In this fun NO Prep Google® slide activity your students will practice combining like terms to simplify expressions as they climb four of the most famous towers in the world. Each tower has ten problems for them to complete. They enter their answers on the interactive Google slides, while enjoying a world class view. The text boxes are preset with fonts and colors, just click & type the answers.
More engaging and forgiving than paper and pencil, your algebra students will enjoy simplifying expressions by combining like terms. As a bonus, they will also learn about five world class towers.
Since we have all experienced a bad tech day, I have also included a B/W printable version, just in case.
Easy to follow illustrated directions for you and your students are included as well as an answer key.
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Note: You and your students must have access to the internet and have individual FREE Google Drive Accounts to use this resource.
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✓ Completely paperless, no printing, no lost assignments, and NO PREP for you.
✓ Students work directly on their own pages or work collaboratively - your choice!
✓ Students can submit work digitally and you can give feedback promptly
✓ Increases student engagement and can be accessed from anywhere
✓ Students can organize their materials in their own Google Drive. Great for Review!
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