This activity is a fun way for students to practice their skills at solving literal equations. Students can work individually, in pairs or in groups (your choice). I recommend printing/copying the activity onto colored paper. Students will cut out all of the squares and solve each problem located in the top of each box. They then find the solution in the bottom of one of the other boxes. After finding the solution, they solve the new equation in the top of that box. They can glue or tape each square to a piece of construction paper so that all of the squares are pasted in order. If done correctly, the last square should bring them back to where they started. Challenging, fun and a great way to display student work when students have finished!