Solving Multi-Step Equations Dominoes were created by Pupsaroni Puzzles for use in an Algebra 1 or Algebra 2 classroom for the Solving Equations unit. These dominoes could also be used during the EOC Review.
Students take the set of dominoes and match up the problems with the solution. Students will solve problems with addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, like terms, distributive property, and variables on both sides. After all the dominoes are linked together, students can check their work with the answer key by quickly checking the letters in the middle of the domino. Students can start with any domino and the link should lead all the way back around to the original using all the dominoes. This works much like a scavenger hunt or an I have, Who has activity.
The dominoes can have a back printed on them to keep them separated from other activities if so desired. Card stock and lamination make the cards last for several years. Dominoes can also be printed on different colored cards for the different sets to help keep them organized and separated.
Solving Multi-Step Equations Dominoes are a great way to practice problems individually or in groups during class or at home. Students can practice solving multi-step equations. On one end of a domino, there is a problem, and on the other end of the domino, there is a solution. Students link the equation with the solution of that equation.
This activity includes a one page set of 28 dominoes, a page of 28 backs for the dominoes (optional), and an answer key that shows how the problems and solutions link together.
A set is made from one sheet of paper. If printed on card stock and laminated, the set usually lasts for many years. To make a larger set of dominoes, print the page with a poster maker.