Two-Step Equations: Students demonstrate their understanding of solving two-step equations by showing the work
to connect each of the twelve problem with their given solutions. This self-checking exercise
provides students with immediate feedback. You can also pair students for this activity and when a student discovers that their work did not lead to the correct answer, instruct them to ask their partner to find the mistake in their work which will add an error analysis
element to your lesson.
Also take a look at my other Solving Two-Step Equations Resources:
Solving Two-Step Equations Granny Squares Coloring Activity
Solving Two-Step Equations Task Cards
Two-Step Equations: Coloring Activity
Need resources for the next lesson too? Click to view my Multi-Step Resources.
Solving Multi-Step Equations Task Cards
Solving Equations with Variables on Both Sides Task Cards
Solving Equations (Two-Step, Multi-Step, Variables on Both Sides) Puzzle
Solving Equations Notes Foldable for Interactive Notebooks
Literal Equations Coloring Activity
Thanksgiving Solving Equations Coloring Activity
CHRISTMAS Solving Equations Coloring Activity
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