Looking for extra practice for solving literal equations or solving for a specific variable in a formula? This worksheet can be a standalone or partner activity. It works great with mini white boards and then recording the answers on the sheet.
Use this Proportional Relationships Foldable to show the relationship between words, tables, graphs and equations of proportional relationships. Works great with an interactive notebook or for a review activity! Glue in on one side of your
Use this card game to supplement teaching 7th grade Math Common Core Standard 7.NS.1 . Students take turns creating and modeling addition and subtraction integer problems to earn their score. The highest score after 10 rounds wins. My students
This set includes 30 unique bingo cards where students are asked to factor monomials, polynomials and solve quadratic equations to cover up the spaces. Simply hand out the cards, cut out the problem cards and you have a full review game to
Use this dice game to supplement teaching 7th grade Math Common Core Standard 7.NS.1. Students take turns creating and modeling addition and subtraction integer problems to earn their score. The highest score after 10 rounds wins. My students loved
This graphing linear equations foldable is a great way to show students how to graph linear functions using the three different forms of linear equations. It has a description of each form and complete steps to finding and graphing two points.
This activity is a great tool to supplement teaching the three ways to solve systems of equations.
You can use this as a pre-teaching tool or summary note review to show the three different ways to solve systems of equations. There is a page to
This is a tic tac toe game to help students practice Solving Systems of Equations. This can be used as a partner warm up or review activity. Students take turns solving a system of equations. If their partner agrees with the answer, they get to
This is a classroom set of Integer Rules with examples to display for your students. This could also be used as a PowerPoint to teach students the rules for adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing integers.
This partner activity helps students understand the importance of the order of operations and its effect on real problems. Students will model a situation and then write an expression to represent it. They are asked to reflect on their answers and
This scavenger hunt covers the three different ways to solve systems of equations: graphing, substitution and elimination. Hang the posters around the room and students will work out 15 problems that lead them back to the poster they started from.
Fun puzzle to practice multiplying powers and products of powers or to review exponent rules. Students look for multiplication problems in the rows of numbers and list them at the bottom of the worksheet. I had my students use highlighters to find
This is an fun activity that allows students to extend their knowledge of integer rules of adding and multiplying integers. In this activity, students need to come up with two integers that can be added and multiplied to produce specific sums and
This puzzle is a great way to get students to show their understanding of point-slope form of a linear equation. They need to match a point and slope to a linear graph to reveal a message. This is a great review activity.