Help your students practice solving literal equations in a fun, self-checking coloring activity that is perfect for fall and Halloween! This product includes 12 self-checking problems that instruct students how to color ("carve") their pumpkins. This is perfect for an Algebra 1 or Algebra 2 class. This would also be a perfect for a sub day and could even be used as a homework assignment! This activity is also great for a Halloween math day!
***NEW as of 10/9/2018!***
This activity includes now includes a second, modified version which can help you accommodate to the needs of all students in your classroom. Some of the problems are the same between the two versions, but the more challenging problems from the original set have been swapped out for easier ones that can help reach all learners in your classroom! Check the preview to see the included problems.
TIP: I really struggle at drawing/coloring, so what I do is trace the shapes (eyes/nose/mouth) onto the coloring page! It works great!
Want to make your own? Get the editable template here!
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These are some of my favorite products! They walk students step-by-step through any problem, giving them the independence and confidence to be able keep going on their own.
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