Students match verbal expressions, algebraic expressions, and the visuals of expressions.
There are a total of 16 expressions, each with three pieces to match up. The visual component of an expression allows students another way to analyze and compare expressions.
This activity takes about a period for students to cut out and use. Storage ideas are included if you want to cut it out once and store it for future years (recommended).
I would love to hear back from you to see if this activity worked as well in your classroom as it has in mine.
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