These maze activities provide a fun and engaging way for students to practice their skills in Combining Like Terms
. You may use these activities for whole class discussion, small groups, pair activities, individual practice, homework assignment, quick assessment, and more!
► What's Included?
- Five (5) different versions of mazes
- Answer Keys
► What skills are covered?
Maze 1 - Combining Like Terms with one kind of variable (x) and constants
Maze 2 - Combining Like Terms with two kinds of variables (x and y) and constants
Maze 3 - Combining Like Terms involving exponents and constants
Maze 4 - Combining Like Terms using the Distributive Property
Maze 5 - Mixed types of problems similar to Mazes 1 to 4
► How to Play?
Students will begin by answering the problem inside the START box. They will follow the path with the correct answer to get to the next problem. They will keep going through the maze until they reach the "END" box.
► You may require students to show their work on separate sheets of paper.
Check out our other Algebra 1 Maze Activities:
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Literal Equations Mazes
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Properties of Real Numbers Mazes
Slope-Intercept Form of a Line Mazes
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