Algebraic Thinking: A (Differentiated) Balancing Act

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Equations need to be balanced on either side of the equal sign! Balancing equations is a difficult concept for students to master. These worksheets are a great supplement to an Algebra lesson/ unit.


Each practice page gets slightly more difficult, so this is perfect to differentiate among your students or work through each page as a class.
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Balancing Act: A Differentiated Algebraic Thinking Packet by Sandra Dobrin is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International License.
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