Engage students at centers or in partners with this Equivalent Expressions Paper Chain Activity
. Students use combining like terms and the distributive property to find equivalent expressions. The solution leads to the problem on the next link. My students LOVE this activity.
Answer key included.
A great addition to your middle school math curriculum
and for differentiation.
Also available in money-saving bundle of Paper Chain Activities for 6th grade math concepts.
Linear Expressions Resources Include:
- Simplify Expressions Math Detective Activity
- Identify Equivalent Expressions Puzzle Activity
- Combine Like Terms Paper Chain Activity
- Simplify Linear Expressions Coded Message Activity
- Simplify Expressions Distributive Property Interactive Notebook
- Simplify Expressions Combining Like Terms Interactive Notebook
- Write Equivalent Expressions Task Card Activity
- Write Two Variable Expressions Task Card Activity
- Write Variable Expressions from Word Problems Task Activity
- Simplify Expressions Combine Like Terms Task Card Activity
- Simplify Expressions Distributive Property Task Card Activity
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