Evaluating Linear Expressions Cooperative Learning Activity
About this resource :
This game provides students with a fun and collaborative way to practice evaluating expressions by substituting for a variable or variables. You can use only the game cards you need – making it easy to differentiate. Included are both one variable expressions and two variable expressions. Nine total game cards are given. Five one variable with whole numbers, fractions, decimals and integers and four two variable with whole numbers, fractions, decimals and integers.
Two versions are included - both have the exact same questions. One version requires students to roll two number cubes in order to find the expression and variable to substitute they will use and the second comes with a printable spinner.
How to play :
Each pair needs a game board and one spinner or two number cubes. They take turns spinning the spinner or rolling the number cubes to determine which expression they will simplify and which value(s) for the variable(s) they will use to simplify. A student worksheet has been included (whole page and two per page versions) – or you can simply have them use plain paper. CLICK HERE
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6th Grade Math Curriculum Resources Mega Bundle
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