# Algebra4All

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Use this color by number activity for homework, center work, or for extra credit. Includes problems with both adding and subtracting integers. Way more fun than "another worksheet". Perfect to leave with a substitute or for those last few days
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6th, 7th, 8th, 9th
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\$1.00
468 ratings
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This is a new take on an old favorite. This game for two players has students taking turns drawing lines on a grid. Each time a player closes a box with the fourth side, the player takes the box, and goes again. But in this game, the box contains
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387 ratings
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Don't let the cute froggie fool you. Translating algebraic expressions can be tough.. Get your students to "hop to it" with this quick and easy BINGO game. Includes 40 different student game cards along with 24 calling cards and suggested
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\$3.00
148 ratings
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Giant review of the "main ideas" from Algebra 1. Perfect for going over the concepts "one more time" at the end of the year. Formatted into 3 matching columns. * Column 1 - Gives you a problem to review with the class. * Columns 2 & 3 -
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\$6.00
221 ratings
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Let your students create cute turkeys for your classroom while they practice plotting points in four quadrants. Perfect for homework, or to leave for a substitute, or to give for extra credit. This turkey has lots of points to keep your little
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6th, 7th, 8th, 9th
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\$1.00
159 ratings
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Are you looking for a fun and interesting application of compound inequalities to get your students thinking and applying the skills you have taught? In this activity students must graph and write compound inequalities to match parking signs. In
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\$3.00
150 ratings
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This is my favorite, favorite, favorite review activity for solving equations!!! Partners work side by side with different, but similar worksheets. Partner A has all of Partner B's answers on the back of his or her worksheet. Partner B has all of
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156 ratings
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It's teacher vs. students...and this time, "The battle begins at sea!" More than just drawing lines or plotting points...this time students have taken over an island...it will take you and your Navy to return them to school. But the students are
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114 ratings
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We all know students need to keep practicing, but they can only play so many games of war. Get your students adding and multiplying negative integers with a new, fun game of BUMP! Students take turns rolling dice with all negative integers, then
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6th, 7th, 8th, 9th
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\$1.00
129 ratings
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Get your students motivated to practice simplifying radicals with this quick and easy BINGO game. Includes 40 different student game cards along with 24 calling cards. After playing this game, your students will struggle less when required to give
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\$3.00
92 ratings
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12 pages of interactive guided notes to introduce function rules and their graphs to your students. These "fill-in-the-blank" notes have pre-printed graphs for your students side by side with questions and guided practice sets to make learning
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\$3.00
155 ratings
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Even older students have a hard time staying focused as the holidays approach. Bring a little Christmas cheer to your Algebra classroom by using these holiday themed worksheets as you review for end of semester final exams. Includes FIVE pages of
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77 ratings
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25 pages of interactive guided notes on linear equations and their graphs. These "fill in the blank" notes represent over 12 years of experience in teaching students about linear equations. Includes many common core type thinking activities. I
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\$5.00
150 ratings
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Teaching students to solve inequalities can be tricky business. Helping them truly understand the solutions is even trickier. Here are 22 pages of interactive guided notes to lead your students to proficiency on understanding and solving
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\$5.00
132 ratings
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Unit 2 includes 20 pages of interactive guided presentation notes on Solving Equations in one variable and the corresponding Word Problems. The notes included here are for Unit 2 only. Hopefully, you already tried out my ***FREE*** Unit 1 Guided
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\$5.00
145 ratings
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A very easy and quick game for 2-3 players to develop a strong understanding of integers on a number line, and a perfect intro game for learning to add integers. Students must have the ability to think in terms of forward and backward direction
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\$2.00
101 ratings
4.0
A collection of five speed drills for operations with integers. Twenty problems each. Two identical drills per page, ready to print and cut apart to save paper. * Adding Integers * Subtracting Integers * Adding and Subtracting Integers *
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120 ratings
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Thirteen worksheets on Solving Equations and Word Problems. These are the exact homework worksheets I give my own students following each lesson from my Algebra: Unit 2 Guided Presentation Notes also available here on TPT. The worksheets are for
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\$3.00
126 ratings
4.0
Roll the die, pull a card, solve the inequality, do you risk your treasure! In this game students send one "runner" at a time down the path to the temple. Along the way, they solve one-step inequalities, then risk their treasure in an all or
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6th, 7th, 8th, 9th
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\$3.00
88 ratings
4.0
By popular demand, here is a partner review activity for solving inequalities!!! Partners work side by side with different, but similar worksheets. Partner A has all of Partner B's answers on the back of his or her worksheet. Partner B has all of
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\$1.00
97 ratings
4.0
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14 years of helping students conquer their fear of Algebra. I have taught Algebra to mainstream, reluctant, and struggling learners, to RSP, and to remedial students with great success. I love that I have the opportunity to share my guided notes, activities, and games with the world through TpT!

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