With this interactive Google Slides activity, students practice taking written expressions and translating them into algebraic expressions. Students drag and drop the algebraic expressions below the matching word sentences. This digital edition features six additional questions where students must translate algebraic expressions into words and type their responses. A teacher answer key is included.
Concepts such as the difference between “twice the sum of a number and ten” and “the sum of a twice a number and ten” are practiced, as well as “four less than ten times a number” and “4 less ten times a number”.
Not ready to take the digital jump quite yet? Check out the paper version of this activity here
! It has the same matching questions as this activity, but does not feature the fill in the blank questions.
Google Drive Document:
To get started with this digital edition, both you and your students will need free Google accounts. An internet connection is required. While students can drag and drop images and type in this document (the interactive part!), the questions themselves are not editable. Students work in “edit mode”, so the free Google Slides app is required if using iPads.
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