This can be done independently or with a partner. Teachers will need to spend some time cutting out the shapes in order to complete this, but it should not be difficult. It could be done as a station, so you wouldn't have to cut out many. Also, as long as the students do not write on the shapes, they are certainly reusable. The shapes have equations (one and two step) on one side of the shape and are supposed to find the shape that has the answer and line them up. Basically, it's a puzzle made of triangles and quadrilaterals! This is a good activity to be done in partners, groups, stations, as a game, or as independent work!