This is a simple and quick game that can be played after the introduction of simplifying expressions. The game includes 15 question and answer cards and requires partners to match an expression with the correct answer. The partner with the most matches "wins" at the end.
I have included a worksheet at the end for students to keep track of questions and answers and can be used to grade the assignment. However you do not have to use the worksheet it is fairly easy to walk around and check card pairs that are laid out on desks.
This tends to be a fun and competitive game in my classroom. I like to award prizes such as a Hershey Kiss or extra credit points.