Each student will be given a handout, either “Partner 1” or “Partner 2.” You may choose to have students pair up to begin, or solve first and then find someone who is the opposite to compare answers after. Once all six expressions are simplified,
Have students solve inequalities and match the solutions to the graphs! This can be used as a scavenger hunt and is also great for a station.
Choose between inequalities with or without decimals to fit your students' needs.
Students choose any five colors that they would like. All like terms will be colored the same color. For example, all terms with 'x' may be colored yellow, all 'y' terms blue, and so on. When finished, it will read "I ❤ MATH." Now it can be hung up
Each one-step equation has a match of the correct value for the variable. The document has the correct value to the right of the equation. I printed it out on colored card stock ahead of time so students would not recognize the matches if they were
This assignment is mostly to practice writing ratios in all three ways. I teach an extended class so I made an additional handout for them that includes more baked goods and a longer written response. Answer sheets are included for both!
This document includes two different boards and three different sets of cards. One board offers decimals in the expressions, the other is just whole numbers. Groups will need one board and one of the sets of cards. The cards will be drawn for the
Students take turns solving dividing decimal problems and shading in the correct answer on a game board. If they are incorrect, they do not get to shade anything in. The student with the most shaded in at the end of the game is the winner!