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Systems of Equations Scavenger Hunt
Students will practice solving systems of equations through substitution or elimination through this scavenger hunt activity. Just print and scatter the 12 problems around the room and distribute the recording worksheet to each student. Pair students up and assig

Get students up and moving around while they solve systems of equations. This is a self-checking, 10 problem scavenger hunt.
Post the pages around your room in a random order. The students may start on any letter they choose. They first solve the system on the top of the page. Then, they are to fi

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Scavenger hunts are an excellent activity to get students moving around the classroom while being engaged with the mathematics. In these activities, students use the answer to one problem to find another problem hanging around the classroom. The student worksheets, scavenger hunt problems, instruct

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In this activity students work in small groups to practice solving systems. Equations are set up to solve by elimination, however, substitution could be used if students isolate a variable first. All solutions are integers and there are no fraction coefficients in the equations. The answer to one

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This Solving Systems of Equations Scavenger Hunt was created by PP for use in an Algebra classroom studying how to solve systems of equations problems. This scavenger hunt has problems written in standard form.
The cards all have an “answer” at the top, and another problem at the bottom to con-tin

That's right my first set of bundled activities. I have put together my scavenger hunts that I use with my Algebra I and Algebra II students for you.
1. Solving Systems of Equations by Graphing (8 systems)
2. Solving Systems of Equations using Substitution (12 systems)
3. Solving Systems of Equa

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SCAVENGER HUNTS are a great way to get your students up, moving around, and EXCITED about DOING MATH! They are ready-to-use, highly engaging activities that can be used as either a small group or an individual activity.
Each activity consists of 12 problems that focus on a specific concept. Student

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Let your students sharpen their skills while getting to move! Answers and problem sheets to hang around the room are provided, as well as answer sheets.
Students graph a system of equations to solve it, then find their answer on the next sheet, which is hung around the room. There are 8 problems i

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To survive a zombie apocalypse students must collect supplies from their supply list. Each supply requires students to solve a system of equations or complete a systems application problem. When students complete supply stations they return to the teacher to receive a sign off for correct answers. W

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In this activity, students will start with a problem set (a system of equations) and solve it. The teacher posts 12 problems and answers around the room. When a team finds a solution (ordered pair), they move to that poster. They write down the letter of their solution, and then solve the new pro

This is a fun activity that has students practicing their system of equations skills. The top half of each card is the answer to another problem around the classroom. Students will start at an animal, and will solve the problem on the bottom half of the card. once they have their answer, they wil

This Scavenger Hunt is great for reviewing System of Equations. The best part-- it is self checking!
Students will need a device that reads QR codes (smart phone, tablet, etc.).
Directions are included. Enjoy!

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This set of cards can be used to review the various methods for solving systems of linear equations. This would be a great activity for students in Algebra I or Algebra II. Each card has a problem written in black and an answer to another problem (in a magnifying glass at the bottom right). By

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It includes cards with linear systems of equations (8 exercises) and word problems (3 exercises) about them. You have to follow your own results to get to the next card. Excellent to revise and practice systems of equations and have fun while doing math! Great for 7th, 8th, 9th and 10th grades.

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Systems of Equations Scavenger Hunt
This product is brought to you by Sunny Boy Creations. Get your students actively engaged and moving around the room. Your students will be find the point of intersection when they are given two equations. They may solve these equations using a

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This activity is a Scavenger Hunt covering solving systems of equations by graphing, substitution and elimination It can be used by as few as one student or group and as many as 6 different groups at the same time. This activity will get your students out of their seats and excited about solving s

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This scavenger hunt contains questions covering:
• Systems of equations by graphing. Problems are already in slope intercept form
• Systems of equations using substitution. One of the equations is equal to x or y
• Systems of equations using elimination. The problems are written in standard form. Th

This scavenger hunt covers the three different ways to solve systems of equations: graphing, substitution and elimination. Hang the posters around the room and students will work out 15 problems that lead them back to the poster they started from. You can partner them up for cooperative learning a

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This scavenger hunt focuses specifically on solving systems of equations using either the substitution or elimination method.

This activity reinforces the skill of solving system of equations through elimination, both addition and multiplication. Difficulty in questions increase as the students move through the scavenger hunt. Questions includes questions and answers with fractions.
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* Scavenger Hunt Cards– one

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Students should know how to solve a system using either substitution or elimination or both methods. Suggestion: Allow students to pair up in groups no larger than three as they complete this activity.

This Scavenger Hunt contains questions to allow students to solve systems of equations by graphing them. Other methods can be used, but these questions were designed to be work on graphs that go from -10 to +10.
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What is a Scavenger Hunt?
A scavenger hunt is a more engaging and mobile al

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Systems of Equations.

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A review of Systems of Equations set up as a scavenger hunt

This activity combines the skill of solving systems of linear equations by substitution, elimination and graphing with the classic board game CLUE. Students will use the clues they gather from correctly solving equations to solve the mystery of Who Killed Mr. and Mrs. Y.
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Your Algebra 2 students will practice solving quadratic equations with both REAL and COMPLEX SOLUTIONS by various methods, including square root, factoring, and quadratic formula.
The 12 task cards include integral and rational solutions, real and complex solutions, questions related to finding th

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Use this activity to allow students to solve linear system of equations. In this activity, students work in groups or individuals to solve systems of linear equations in scavenger hunt style!
These cards can be printed four to a page or on a whole page to be posted around the room! The point of a s

Tired of students sitting at their desk working on problems? The Solving Systems by Graphing Scavenger Hunt activity will get students up and moving so much they will forget that they are doing math! Put students into groups of 2-4 students and give them one of the equation from the equation card

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20 system of equation problems with multiple choice answers. Emphasize that students must solve using substitution and show their work otherwise students could potentially work backwards.
I've heard this lesson plan format called a "scavenger hunt" or "trail run". Each problem is hung on the wall

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I use relays to review a lot of different subjects in my Algebra 2 classes. This one reviews Sections 5.4 through 5.8 of the Prentice Hall CA Algebra 2 textbook. It has 20 quadratic equations for students to solve. Some can be factored, but many have irrational or complex solutions.
NOTE: This

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I use Scavenger Hunts to review a lot of different subjects in my classes. I use this one to practice solving rational equations. The problems have a varying degree of difficulty. A couple require solving a quadratic equation. I have an easier review here:

This scavenger hunt provides students with a fun way of reviewing how to solve systems of linear equations. There are a total of 9 problems (3 graphing, 3 substitution, 3 elimination). Includes an example of no solution & infinitely many solutions!
This is a GREAT way to review before a qui

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This is a scavenger hunt that I used to have students practice solving systems of equations. There are 2 per page to save paper but the order is completely random. Students will start at any problem and solve, then they look around the room for their answer (this is self checking because if the a

In this scavenger hunt activity, students will practice solving systems of linear equations using substitution and/or elimination. Post the 16 practice problems around the classroom ahead of time. Students start at different locations around the classroom. Students will show all work in the provi

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This station activity has students solving systems of linear equations by graphing, but substitution, and by elimination. Students complete a station and must find the answer somewhere around the classroom. After finding the answer, students will have a new problem to solve. Students complete a tota

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Systems of Two Equations Scavenger Hunt
In this activity, students will solve systems of equations. This scavenger hunt was designed for students to solve the systems by hand, but they certainly could be solved using a calculator. Students can solve the systems using any method.

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Scavenger Hunts are great fun for students to review a topic. This one has students solving 10 nonlinear systems of equations. Student are to identify what type of graph each equation represents, solve the system, and match a graphic solution of the system.
The Scavenger Hunt also includes instru

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Solving Binomial Radical Equations:
This is a scavenger hunt on solving radical equations with binomials as the radicand. There are 12 questions, a student recording sheet, and an answer key.
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1) Cut each question page in half to separate the question boxes. You will hav

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Scavenger Hunts are a great way to promote active engagement in your classroom! Print the posters and hang them around your classroom, down the hallway, or in another open area. Give each student a recording sheet and let the fun begin! The students will start at any poster by solving the problem

Factoring (and using the Zero Product Property) to Solve Quadratic Equations Scavenger Hunt:
This is a scavenger hunt on solving quadratic equations. There are 10 questions, a student recording sheet, and an answer key.
To play:
1) Cut each question page in half to separate the

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It includes cards with linear equations (5 exercises) and word problems (3 exercises) about them. You have to follow your own results to get to the next card. Excellent to revise and practice systems of equations and have fun while doing math! Great for 7th, 8th grades.

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- Print slides 3 – 12 and tape each problem at a different location in your classroom.
- Starting at any station they chose, students solve the linear system described at that station. Their solution should lead them to the next station where they will be required to solve a new linear system.
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Everyone loves a scavenger hunt!
Included are twelve posters, each one with a system of linear equations on it, as well as a page for students to record their answers. Students can start with any poster, and once they solve the system of equations, their answer will lead them to another poster. Onc

Students will solve 8 problems involving system of linear equations algebraically using either: Substitution method or Elimination method. Then solve graphically for 2 questions. Students will go on a scavenger hunt throughout the classroom to solve problems involving systems of linear equations.

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20 cards to practice solving systems of linear equations.

These 17 activities would make a great addition to your lessons for algebra 1. Topics include: systems of equations, factoring quadratics, exponent properties, FOIL, solving equations, and more! Spice up your lessons at a great price with this MEGA Bundle today!
Activities include partner workshe

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Task cards are fantastic for scavenger hunts, races and differentiation. This ready-to-set use set of task cards is ideal for practice and review of writing linear functions from word problems. Skip the worksheet…but still get the practice. One set of cards has word problems. The o

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Systems of Equations Bundle: Here is a pack of 4 great activities to give your students more practice with solving systems of equations. This bundle includes:
PARTNER PERFECTION SUBSTITUTION: 2 levels of differentiated problems that have matching answers! You can have different level students wo

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This is a collection of 5 great activities to use in an 8th grade math or Algebra 1 classroom. At this price, it's like getting one product free!
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1) Systems of Equations Scavenger Hunt: Instead of just sitting at their seats doing a worksheet, they can

Task cards are fantastic for scavenger hunts, races and differentiation. This ready-to-set use set of task cards is is great for working with systems of equation from word problems. Skip the worksheet…but still get the practice. One set of cards has word problems. The other set of c

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Solve Systems of Equations: Graphing Practice and Review (CCSS.8.EE.C.8a.) is a great way to practice, review and assess students' understanding of how to use graphs to find solutions to systems of equations (CCSS.8.EE.C.8a.). One set of cards has a system of equations. The other

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Get students up and moving around the room or school by using this fun activity. Students can be in groups of 2-4 students for this activity. There are 12 systems of equations that will give students plenty of practice with solving systems.
The answers are provided and solutions go in order fro

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