About this resource:
Mad Math Match can be played individually, in pairs or in groups.
Each student, pair or group playing will receive a Mad Math Match board and a set of matching tiles. I print the tiles on colored paper and pre-cut them. The teacher designates an appropriate amount of time (usually between 1-5 minutes depending on the topic) to place the correct classification on top of each space on the game board. At the end of the designated time, game boards are checked for accuracy.
3 versions of this game are included that increase in difficulty. The same set of matching tiles can be used for all three games!
Game 1: Solving Systems by Graphing
Game 2: Solving Systems Using Substutition
Game 3: Solving Systems Using Elimination #1 (no multiplication needed)
Game 4: Solving Systems Using Elimination #1 (multiplication needed once)
Game 5: Solving Systems Using Multiple Methods
Answer keys included!
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