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20 Task Cards to help your students review writing an expression from a real-world situation and substituting variables when given an expression.
The student will write an open sentence to represent a given mathematical relationship, using a variable; and solve an open sentence when given the val

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Students can often substitute for variables into algebraic expressions, but once you throw decimals, fractions, or exponents into the mix, it makes for a challenge. This set of 24 task cards focuses on JUST that! The first 16 are challenging practice, and the last 8 are even MORE challenging so it

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Students identify equivalent expressions and solve equations by substituting variables. Scaffolded lesson provides for classroom differentiation. Can be used as a lesson leader, guided practice, independent practice, for cooperative learning and math centers, or as an assessment. Use with smartboar

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Deductive Algebra (Beta 51 Lesson DRAFT):
Unit 1, Lesson 4: Substituting for a Variable and Evaluating
This is a lesson draft linked to online practice (mcpeak.co). When the final version of this lesson is released with online solutions, those resources will be automatically available as a free upd

Four days worth of Expression Warm-Ups (12 Problems and 1 Reflection) using substituting to solve for expressions. Students will practice plugging integers into expressions using letters. Then, use order of operations to finish solving. Get your class ready for the day with this set of Bell Work l

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Students can work together practicing substituting variables with this winter riddle. It is Common Core aligned with standard 6.EE.2c.

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This rock, paper, scissors game is great for a lesson on teaching students how to substitute numbers in for variables in expressions, and then simplify the math expression using the correct order of operations. A bonus set of fill-in-the-blank student notes on substituting variables is included. The

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This worksheet offers practice substituting for variables to evaluate expressions. Negative numbers are included.

Interactive notes for Google Classroom that can be used when teaching substitution of variables within expressions. Notes can be modified to fit your teaching style. Students are able to interact with the notes as well as complete practice problems to check for understanding. Notes can be attache

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Substituting Variables into Algebraic Expressions Self Checking Worksheets
-2 Differentiated Versions: The first worksheet is easier than the second. Each worksheet contains "2 Rounds." The first round is positive and the second round is negative.
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Fun way for students to practice substituting variables.

Bingo game for practicing order of operations, evaluation, substitution of variables. Bingo board included. One set of problems on order of operations, evaluation, substitution (range 1 to 25) and three sets of problems on order of operations with signed integers, with results in range -12 to 12. Ed

6th Grade Math Curriculum Common Core BUNDLE!! In this BUNDLE there are over 80 different math resources that are NOT just worksheets for your 6th grade (or even 5th or 7th!) math classroom! All of these activities are easily adaptable for the 21st Century classroom and lend themselves PERFECTLY

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Evaluating Linear Expressions Cooperative Learning Activity
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This game provides students with a fun and collaborative way to practice evaluating expressions by substituting for a variable or variables. You can use only the game cards you need – making it easy to differentiate

Expressions and Variables Task Cards include questions on topics such as recognizing variables, constants, and coefficients, substituting for variables, and simplifying and solving expressions and equations. These cards are great for classroom stations, seat work, early finish work, and test review!

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Expressions, Equations, and Inequalities: Mathematical Tasks
One of my favorite activities to use in my class are Mathematical Tasks. I use these Mathematical Tasks for partnering activities, group work, stations, independent practice, assessment prep, or in my centers. Included in this set are 10

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Order of Operations Student Activity GameThis is a fun and meaningful activity to keep students engaged while they practice their skills with order of operations.Order of operation skills include:~parentheses and brackets~exponents~substitution with a variable~multiplication, division, addition, and

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I love bundles! I bundled all 7 of my Mathematical Task resources into one handy file. By buying this bundle you will save $5.00.
One of my favorite activities to use in my class are Mathematical Tasks. I use these Mathematical Tasks for partnering activities, group work, independent practice, as

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This activity will get your students out of their seats and working cooperatively in small groups. They will use their knowledge of order of operations and substitution for variables in order to solve problems.
This is one of my favorite activities to do as a review & as a way to deepen student

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Also included in: Maze Review Game Bundle

This PowerPoint game focuses on substituting for variables and simplifying expressions, as well as solving one step equations with addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division.
Before rating, please contact me at stscott@ek12schools.com if you find an error and I will quickly fix and resend

Interest = (Principal)(Rate)(Time)
This is a simple formula for simple interest! The common core standards puts this skill in 7th grade (7.RP.A.3), but students that have a handle on basic percent and substituting for variables can do this and have FUN! I use it in 8th grade for a great end of year

In this activity students will use their knowledge of variables, substituting variables, and order of operations when practicing these real-world formulas that involve temperature, area, perimeter, speed, distance, time, and density.
These practice problems involve adding, subtracting, and multipl

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Trying to give your students practice substituting for variables in a formula, especially with geometric concepts?
This activity provides 12 trapezoids (6 with whole number dimensions, 6 with rational number dimensions) in a fill-in-the-blank style activity. This will get your students in the habit

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