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# Solving Systems of Equations with Substitution Bundle

8th - 11th
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1. A combination of over 100 printable and digital Algebra 1 resources are included in this bundle! Includes a wide variety of resources: fun group activities, Google Drive activities that are graded automatically, printable task cards, self-grading Boom Cards, QR code activities, study guides (great
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### Description

Working on solving systems of linear equations with the substitution method with your algebra students (in-class or with distance learning)? This bundle includes 4 activities to help with your lesson plan!

The following activities are included in this bundle:

The printable study guide is great for whole-class instruction or students can fill it out on their own by following along with my FREE online lesson. It has lots of great examples and the online lesson has a practice quiz with instant feedback!

The task cards are available in printable form or as digital, self-checking Boom Cards. Students LOVE getting immediate feedback on their answers and teachers love that they're graded automatically!

Last, this bundle includes a fun activity and 2 versions of an easy-to-grade assessment. In the activity, students must solve systems of equations to fill in the missing words in a funny poem - seems silly but is a great motivator for students!

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### Standards

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Solve systems of linear equations exactly and approximately (e.g., with graphs), focusing on pairs of linear equations in two variables.