The Two-Step Equations Matching Game is labeled on the instructions sheet as a partner activity, but it can be used for individual practice or enrichment, a partner or group activity, or you can use one of the suggestions listed for how to use the activity "outside the box" a little. Or, with some imagination, you can probably think of lots of ways to use this activity that doesn't follow the rules I follow. I say be daring. Why not?
Anyway, the basic premise is pretty simple, but it is a real challenge for students who are just learning how to do one-step and two-step equations. They are given several cards with nothing but one variable, two-step equations on them. They are also given a stack of "Step Cards" and "Answer Cards" that they must match to the "Equation Cards." You will see how it works pretty quickly if you look at the Preview of this resource. I used this activity this past year with two regular Math 1 classes and an OCS class, and I used it for multiple days in each, and it did wonders for a large number of them. I hope it works just as well for you. Thank you for your business should you choose to give this a shot. I really don't think you'll regret it.