Writing Equations from word problems, Matching equations and word problems.
Set of Question Cards and Answer Key (one per group)
Transparency or Dry Erase Markers
Player A chooses an envelope. On the outside is a problem situation. Inside the envelope are 3 questions and 3 expressions. Players should match each question to the corresponding expression needed to solve it, then check the answer key. If all 3 are matched correctly, the player earns 5 points. If only 1 is matched correctly, the player earns 2 points.
The player with the most points at the end of the game wins.
Or you could set up a station: Easy to set up for a math station or center, just print off question cards, 8 total. Place in sheet protector. Print enough recording sheets for each student.
Example:Roger plans to drive from his sister’s home near Dallas to his home in San Antonio. He leaves at 4:00 p.m. and travels at an average rate of 65 miles per hour. Match each question to its corresponding equation.
How much time, t, in hours, will have passed by the time Roger has traveled 200 miles?
How much time, t, in hours, will it take Roger to reach his home 282 miles away?
What is the distance, t, Roger will have traveled in 3½ hours?
Key is included for your ease. Very low prep and easy to grade, recording sheet included so students will be able to keep answers neat. Low prep and easy to store for next school year.