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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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Variables and Expressions
Interactive Notebook Pages
Student Activity and Exit Slip
Students work to create algebraic expressions from word phrases, understand what a variable is, and how to use substitution to find a solution to an expression. Interactive notebook pages for students help make con

Also included in: 6th Grade Math Skills Bundle- Guided Notes and Activities

Just print and use these detailed sketch notes focusing on the definition of a variable and expression and simplifying expressions with substitution. Perfect for ISN's!
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-Variables and expressions definitions notes and examples
-Evaluating variables and expressions practice
-Answer keys f

Substitution in expressions and equations can be fun! I absolutely love (and always have!) algebra, but some students get nervous when they need numbers mixed with letters. Our students need practice substituting and evaluating expressions and equations because it's a new skill!
You will need at

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This is a set of 20 cards to practice the skill of substituting values for variables in order to evaluate an expression. There are 20 cards total, 4 of which include integers. This would be great to use after the concept has been introduced, or in the upper grades as a refresher at the beginning of

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This NO PREP activity allows students to practice evaluating variable expressions using the given values! They will have a blast trying to solve the mystery emoji by following the color key. Check out the preview for a more detailed view.
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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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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

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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This lesson is a fun and visual way to learn about variables, expressions, and equations. Students will create and then solve several equations based on illustrations in a puzzle. Following, they will substitute the value into the puzzle to see if their solutions are correct.
The puzzle d

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This animated PowerPoint shows how to make a foldable on evaluating variable expressions. It includes the steps to substituting in the correct numbers for the corresponding variables and then simplify using the correct order of operations. These interactive notes are engaging for students to fill ou

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Students will roll the dice to substitute for x and y values on 15 variable expressions. This can be played with a variety of dice to vary the difficulty. I have included several templates for dice if you need them. Here are the directions on the page:
For each round, you will have a referee. Each

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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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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

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 set of 24 task cards reviews the concept of solving variable expressions! Students will substitute 1 to 3 variables in an expression and get an answer using order of operations. Print and laminate the cards for future use! Task cards are a great way to review and practice concepts in a group or

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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.
-Product contains 6 Ideas on how to use this work

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

Test covers variable expression, properties, evaluating using substitution, order of operations, distributing - 30 questions.
15 Multiple choice/15 Free response

This video lesson is perfect for sub plans, class activities, remedial help, or flipping your class. This lesson reviews how to evaluate variable expressions. In particular, your students will review.... * What a variable and coefficient are * How to evaluate variable expressions by substituting t

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In this Board Session students will…
-reduce some ratios
-fill in a table using a function rule, then graph on a
grid & find slope
-use proportions to alter a recipe
-substitute into a variable expression, then simplify the expression
-solve 1- and 2-step equations mechanically, and me

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