In this match game, students will try to find two expressions that are equivalent. Included in the resource are 8 different sets of expression cards, a blank set so students can make up their own, as well as teacher directions. The original way they are laid out on the page has the equivalent expressions next to its match, but once they are cut up and put into bags they will be mixed up. For you to have an answer key, make sure you save a copy of the full sheet for each of the sets if you want to know the answers. Some sets of the match cards include order of operations problems while others include combining like terms or using the distributive property. Each card is labeled with the set number so if a card gets lost it's easy to return it. The game can be played in groups and I've provided a few different options in the directions.