This set of 20 digital task cards (What are Boom Cards?
) is a great way to help students practice solving two-step equations. Solutions are positive and negative integers and the equations require students to use a combination of addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division to solve.
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Boom Cards work on just about any device that can access the internet. They're self-checking and you can even track student progress through Boom Learning! Plus, they're paperless. No printing or laminating required - less prep work for you! You can assign Boom Cards to individual students, groups of students, or use with a Smart Board for the whole class.
Don't miss the accompanying lesson on solving two-step equations
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"With your Teachers Pay Teachers purchase, users new to Boom Learning get a three-month free trial of student progress reporting for up to 150 students. Your trial includes the ability to make up to 5 free DIY decks. You may upgrade or cancel at any time. Boom Cards play on modern browsers (released in the last three years) on interactive whiteboards, computers and tablets. Boom Cards apps are also available. Not sure if your browser is modern enough? Try a free Boom Cards deck first. When you redeem your purchase, Boom Learning opens an account for you if you do not already have one. If you do not subscribe at the end of your trial, you will be able to continue using Boom Cards with the Fast Play feature. Fast Play does not track individual progress. If you do not subscribe we will delete your student records 3 months after the expiration of the trial to protect student privacy."