Simplify Expressions: Mixed Practice and Review Coded message (7.EE.A.1.)
is a fun way to review simplifying expressions by combining like terms and using the distributive property. Students solve problems to finish a code of letters and then use the code to find a message. Two different messages and codes are included in this set. Simplifying expressions are part of the common core standard: 7.EE.A.1.
NOTE: There are not problems for all 26 letters. Each page contains 10 - 14 practice problems.
Linear Expressions Resources Include:
- Simplify Expressions Math Detective Activity
- Identify Equivalent Expressions Puzzle Activity
- Combine Like Terms Paper Chain Activity
- Simplify Linear Expressions Coded Message Activity
- Simplify Expressions Distributive Property Interactive Notebook
- Simplify Expressions Combining Like Terms Interactive Notebook
- Write Equivalent Expressions Task Card Activity
- Write Two Variable Expressions Task Card Activity
- Write Variable Expressions from Word Problems Task Activity
- Simplify Expressions Combine Like Terms Task Card Activity
- Simplify Expressions Distributive Property Task Card Activity
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