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Combining Like Terms with Shapes

Combining Like Terms with Shapes
Combining Like Terms with Shapes
Combining Like Terms with Shapes
Combining Like Terms with Shapes
Combining Like Terms with Shapes
Combining Like Terms with Shapes
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Why not try the Combining Like Terms Bundle - 6-in-1 Activity Pack? Your kids will love the variety!

For some students, combining like terms is confusing. With this introductory activity, the topic of like terms is made as simple as possible.

Each term is a set a shapes. Sets of the same shape are called like terms. Simplify each expression by combining like terms.

Use coefficients instead of redrawing all of the shapes.

For example, 3 circles + 2 squares + 1 square + 4 circles = 7 circles + 3 squares

There are no exponents, variables, or coefficients to get in the way of young learners.

Want more? Check out the Combining Like Terms Pyramid or Combining Like Terms Puzzle.

Thanks, and enjoy!
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