If your students like to read about daily life situations, please click the PREVIEW.
Hopefully you now realize that these daily life situations can be used in math, when your students and you are discussing how to make or evaluate an expression about sports, money, or food. Then your class may expand with seeing how equations are simply real life problems, which require working backwards, trial-and-error, and/or modeling.
Use the first 16 questions as mini-lessons, daily reviews, warm-ups or exit tickets. The last sheet may be the mini-assessment.
Some questions have several answers, multiple choice, or written response.
Please click the followings for similar concepts.
Opening Up to Math Expressions
Expressions Lead to Equations
On and Off the Line with Inequalities