This circuit seeks to be a good review of the course right before Algebra I. Some schools call that pre-algebra, some call it transition to algebra, some teach it in middle school, some teach it in high school. In any case, There are 46 problems of varying difficulty and on many topics for students to work.
Directions: Begin in cell #1. Show the work necessary to solve the problem / answer the question. Circle your answer. Search for your answer and call that cell #2. Continue in this manner until you complete the circuit. NOTE: No calculator is needed for any of these questions. At the teacher's discretion, students may use a calculator.
There are no answer keys included in my circuits since the answers are embedded in the circuit. The only thing the teacher needs to do is work the circuit ahead of the students to make sure all the topics have been covered. Occasionally there might be a topic from a previous course or one that you have not yet taught, in that case you can facilitate the students as they hit that cell, and then they can help each other. Or, you can fill in that cell with the correct answer and they can just advance without doing the work.
If you get stuck on a circuit, or find an error, please do not hesitate to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.