No prep! This fun partner game is a great way to get students to practice identifying the parts of an expression. Players take turns connecting dots to close boxes. To claim the box, they must correctly identify the underlined part of the expression inside. There are 24 problems total, and an answer key is included. Aligned to 6.EE.2b, but great for 7th and 8th grade review, too.
More Parts of an Expression Activities:
Parts of an Expression Bingo- 6.EE.2b
Puzzle Pack: Identifying Parts of an Expression- 6.EE.2b
See my other Boxes Partner Games:
Exponents Boxes Partner Game-6.EE.1
Distributive Property Boxes Partner Game-6.EE.3
Combining Like Terms Boxes Partner Game-6.EE.4
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