Students cut out the cards and place them in the appropriate place in the table to match the description, inequality, graph, and possible solutions.
Teachers can use the letters assigned to each card as a quick way to verify the correct placement
This puzzle is a fun way for students to practice solving one-step equations. Students cut out puzzle pieces, solve each equation, and match the equation to its solution. They can then color the pieces and glue the completed puzzle in their math
A fun way to help students reinforce the skill of solving one-step inequalities. Students cut out the geometric shapes, solve each inequality, and match the inequality with the solution. The puzzle pieces could be laminated for repeated use or
This puzzle will help reinforce the distributive property and combining like terms to create equivalent expressions. Students cut out the puzzle pieces and match equivalent expressions. They can then color and glue the puzzle in their math
This geometric design puzzle is a fun way for students to review evaluating algebraic expressions. There are 18 problems, with and without exponents, to help them review this skill. Students cut out each shape and match the expression to its
This card sort activity will help students review the formulas for finding the area of squares, rectangles, parallelograms, triangles, and trapezoids. Students cut out the cards containing the figure, a description, a formula, or the area. They
This activity includes guided notes explaining the three representations of a Direct Proportion: equation, table, and graph. The card sort activity can be used to reinforce this concept as students match the five sets of descriptions, equations,
When completed, students can use the Area Flipbook as a reference to find the area of rectangles, parallelograms, triangles, and trapezoids. Students often struggle with finding the area of composite shapes, so the Composite Shape handout has two
This geometric design puzzle is a fun way for students to review the order of operations. Students will cut out puzzle pieces and match the expression to its simplest form. They can then glue the puzzle to a sheet of paper and color the design.
This puzzle is a fun way for students to review solving one-step equations with integers. Students cut out each piece and match the equation with its solution. They can then color the design and glue it in their math
This puzzle is a fun way for students to review finding the GCF of two numbers. Students cut out each puzzle piece and match the pair of numbers to their greatest common factor. They can glue into notebook and color for added fun.
This cut and paste activity has students cut out the nets of the three-dimensional figures covered in 6th grade. Students glue nets by one face to the form provided so the three-dimensional shape can still be created after gluing.
The 4 pages of
This box plot card sort offers a fun way for students to test their knowledge of the minimum, maximum, median, range, and interquartile range of a box plot. Students cut out the graphs and numbers and then glue them in the appropriate place on the
This card sort activity provides students with practice identifying the mean, median, mode, and range of a line plot. Students cut out line plots, measures of center (mean and median), mode, and range and glue them in the appropriate place on the
This puzzle is a fun way for students to review solving 2-step equations. Students cut out each puzzle piece and match the equation to its solution. They can glue into notebook and color for added fun.
This Expressions Vocabulary Game is a complement to the FREE Study Guide, Quiz, and Answer Keys. It is designed to be played with the class (like Bingo) to review math vocabulary related to the 6th grade unit over expressions. It includes 30 cards
A fun way to review vocabulary, this 3 x 4 puzzle includes vocabulary terms with which students entering 8th grade should be familiar. It includes the following terms: equation, integers, coefficient, intersect, similar triangles, direct
This package includes three review activities for 6th grade math: solving one-step equations, graphing on the coordinate plane (all 4 quadrants and quadrant I included), and finding the GCF and LCM. Each activity has a winter
A fun way to review vocabulary, this 3 x 4 puzzle includes vocabulary terms with which students entering 6th grade should be familiar. It includes the following terms: composite number, denominator, difference, divisible, equivalent fractions,