This engaging puzzle is a unique way to review dividing integers!
Students LOVE puzzles. Compared to a traditional worksheet, a puzzle is MUCH more fun and engaging. Puzzles force our students to think, whether they want to or not!
Not only will your class have fun, but you don't need to prep! Just print and go - Easy! Give yourself a break!
To solve the puzzle, students will simplify each expression and match it with the equivalent answer.
Try using this puzzle in a math station when you are doing rotations. Cut out the pieces ahead of time and laminate them to save time.
The puzzle has three different sized pieces in case you want to make a larger puzzle for collaborative group solving!
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What about early finishers?
This puzzle is great for all skill levels. Early finishers are no problem! The puzzle comes with extra blank triangles. If someone finishes early, give them some blank triangles and have them expand their puzzle with more expressions and solutions!
You could make it into a contest! Whoever makes their puzzle the biggest before time expires is the winner!
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