Some education standards emphasize representing equations with manipulatives, like algebra tiles. This worksheet is one way to assess whether students understand how to solve a 2-step equation using those tiles. Students simply draw the tiles onto a balance to represent the steps required for solving an equation.
This sheet is doesn't have an equation written in it because you might want to use it multiple times. I have, however, included an example sheet, in case you're curious about what a completed student work would look like.
We used this sheet in class as evidence in student binders that a student could use manipulatives to solve an equation.