Algebra CLUE Solving Equations review game

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1. ***** Click here for a video demonstration of Algebra Clue. ***** These activities are ideal for end-of-the-unit or end-of-the-year exam review for each of the major units covered in first-year algebra: *solving linear equations *solving linear inequalities *solving equations and inequalities *grap
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2. This bundle contains everything you need to teach students how to solve linear equations. It covers all of the following topics: These notes cover the following topics: *one-step equations *two-step equations *multi-step equations (with distribution and/or combining like terms) *equations with vari
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3. This file contains one review game/activity for each of the following Algebra 1 topics: *Solving linear equations (Algebra Clue) *Solving linear inequalities (City Blocks) *Graphing linear equations (NumeriQuest) *Systems of linear equations (Jeopardy) *Exponents (Maze) *Polynomials (What's Yo
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***** Click here for a video demonstration of Algebra Clue. *****

This activity is ideal to review the unit on solving equations. It will get your students out of their seats and working cooperatively in small groups. They will use their knowledge of solving linear equations in order to solve problems. Every correct answer helps eliminate suspects, locations, or “weapons”– just like the popular board game.

This is one of my favorite activities to do as a review & as a way to deepen students’ understanding of concepts that they learned in a unit. This activity is one that the students actually enjoy. If I put the same questions on a worksheet, I might hear groans. Instead, they see this as a game, and they work hard to solve the mystery.

All you have to do is post the questions around the room, assign students to groups, & give them their answer sheets. The next thing you know, you have a classroom full of actively engaged students who are working together to solve problems. Sound too good to be true? Try it, and you will become a believer, too!

***** Click here for a video demonstration of Algebra Clue. *****
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