I developed this game for my year 9s equation work. I found it very hard to get students to practice solving equations because they found it dry and boring so here comes a game!
The set contains 18 cards.
1. In groups of 2-4, scatter the cards
This is an activity I've used with my year 8s for constructions.
In this lesson, students will revise the ideas of finding angles on parallel lines and construct various shapes (equilateral triangles, 60 degrees, trapeziums) using compass, rulers
Great practice for solving equations involving fractions.
Students solve the equation on a card and the answer of that equation will lead to another card, when all the equations are solved, the cards will be in order revealing a message.
This is an expansion pack for my equation fishing game, adds another 18 cards of harder equations for the brighter kids.
This set can also be used individually. It will suit year 10s as a revision game.
In groups of 4-5, evenly distribute the cards among the students in the group. A student solve the equation on a card on his hand. And the solution of that equation will be on another card. Solve the equation on that card and continue the process.