**UPDATED** This worksheet now includes a reflection page!
Students look at the work completed for seven two-step or multi-step equations and try to find the mistakes. They describe the errors made and solve the problem. Some problems have more than one error.
These equations do NOT include variables on both sides.
This can be used as two separate warm-ups or, copied double-sided, they can be given for homework.
Once finished, students can complete a half-page reflection summary, describing common errors and how they can be prevented, as well as assessing what (for them) was easy and difficult about this type of assignment.
These types of worksheets are great for partners or small groups. Students quickly realize these are common errors, and many students have made the same mistakes before.
Students like having the opportunity to "grade" someone else's work!
Answer key included.
This activity would work well after students complete the following notes and practice:
Solving Multi-Step Equations - Interactive Notes, Worksheet and Assessment
This worksheet is part of the following bundle:
Equations - Lessons and Activities Bundle
Here are more of my equations activities and lessons:
One Step Equations - Interactive Notes and Assessments
Solving One-Step Equations - Worksheets with Word Problems
Stations Activity - Writing and Solving One and Two-Step Equations
Equations (Variables on Both Sides) - How Many Solutions? Notes and Worksheet