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This packet was designed to help implement interactive notebook activities in the Algebra 1 classroom. The following topics are presented in the scaffolded notes which can be added to math journals:

Expressions vs. Equations

The Equal Sign/Writing Equations

The X-Value that Makes the Equation with Addition True (Matching)

The X-Value that Makes the Equation with Multiplication True (Matching)

Equivalent Equations

Practice with Combining Like Terms to Solve Equations

The Addition Principle for Equations (Adding a Positive Number to Both Sides)

The Addition Principle for Equations (Adding a Negative Number to Both Sides)

The Addition Principle with an Extra Step

Using the Addition Principle to Get the X-Terms on One Side of the Equation

Combine Like Terms on Both Sides of the Equal Sign Before Using the Addition Principle

Using the Addition Principle Twice to Get the X-Terms on One Side of the Equation

Simplify Before Using the Addition Principle

Distribute and Simplify Before Using Addition Principle

Review of the Different Types of Problems Involving the Addition Principle

The Division Principle for Equations

The Multiplication Principle for Equations

Using the Division Principle

Using the Multiplication Principle

Using the Addition and Division Principles to Solve Equations

Using the Multiplication and Addition Principles to Solve Equations

Interactive Math Notebook Foldable Activities and Quick Checks for Understanding are included to help your students review and reflect on the topics introduced.

These activities will help with structured note-taking, reflection, and review. They can be used for introduction of topics or to reflect/review what you have covered in class discussion. The problems listed in this activity packet build nicely on each other if introduced in the order that they appear. Our students enjoy filling them out and organizing them in their math journals so that they can refer back to them throughout the year. These activities are a great way to promote writing in math. Teacher keys are included for reference for the scaffolded notes and quick checks for understanding. **This zip folder contains non-editable PDF documents.

We also have**Introduction to Algebraic Equations Student Practice Pages** if you would like extra practice pages for the topics covered in this unit.

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Expressions vs. Equations

The Equal Sign/Writing Equations

The X-Value that Makes the Equation with Addition True (Matching)

The X-Value that Makes the Equation with Multiplication True (Matching)

Equivalent Equations

Practice with Combining Like Terms to Solve Equations

The Addition Principle for Equations (Adding a Positive Number to Both Sides)

The Addition Principle for Equations (Adding a Negative Number to Both Sides)

The Addition Principle with an Extra Step

Using the Addition Principle to Get the X-Terms on One Side of the Equation

Combine Like Terms on Both Sides of the Equal Sign Before Using the Addition Principle

Using the Addition Principle Twice to Get the X-Terms on One Side of the Equation

Simplify Before Using the Addition Principle

Distribute and Simplify Before Using Addition Principle

Review of the Different Types of Problems Involving the Addition Principle

The Division Principle for Equations

The Multiplication Principle for Equations

Using the Division Principle

Using the Multiplication Principle

Using the Addition and Division Principles to Solve Equations

Using the Multiplication and Addition Principles to Solve Equations

Interactive Math Notebook Foldable Activities and Quick Checks for Understanding are included to help your students review and reflect on the topics introduced.

These activities will help with structured note-taking, reflection, and review. They can be used for introduction of topics or to reflect/review what you have covered in class discussion. The problems listed in this activity packet build nicely on each other if introduced in the order that they appear. Our students enjoy filling them out and organizing them in their math journals so that they can refer back to them throughout the year. These activities are a great way to promote writing in math. Teacher keys are included for reference for the scaffolded notes and quick checks for understanding. **This zip folder contains non-editable PDF documents.

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