This is the perfect way to review your expressions and equations unit!
Students will love this Jeopardy-like game to review all Common Core Expressions and Equations standards. Categories include evaluating expressions, reading and writing expressions and equations, equivalent expressions, write and solve equations, write and solve inequalities and vocabulary. Points range from 100 - 500, which reflect the increase in difficulty.
Evaluate expressions – these questions focus on using exponents and the order of operations, occasionally substituting an amount for a variable
Read and write expressions and equations – these questions focus on writing equations and expressions based of both basic phrasing and real-world situations
Equivalent expressions – these questions focus on combining like terms and using algebraic properties like the distributive property
Write and solve equations – these questions focus on finding the value of a variable in an equation, sometimes from a given equation and sometimes from a real-world situation
Write and solve inequalities – these questions focus on creating inequalities based on given situations, determining possible values for inequalities, and graphing inequalities on a number line
Vocabulary – questions about variables, constants, coefficients, expressions, equations, properties, and independent and dependent variables