Solving Equations Foldable... a little wordy but I like the format and the wording of the steps.
Solving Inequalities Match Up - This is a self-checking activity. Students may choose to solve the inequalities independently or with a partner. They have to show their work, and create a grid of answers. They will check their grid against my answer key.
Pairs and Self-Checking
Solving multi-step equations for the interactive notebook
Math = Love: September 2012
My students always have such a hard time writing expressions and equations during our Algebra unit. I've created a card game to help with that! T...
My Favorite Unit to Teach - Linear Functions
This is a fun activity that can make preparing for a state test easy and fun. Students are given an inequality graphed on a numberline. They matc...
Lots of Math Templates on this site!
Solving Equations Tic Tac Toe
Westerville South High School, Westerville, Ohio (Parody of All I Do Is Win by DJ Khaled) (Chorus) All I do is solve solve solve no matter what Got systems on my mind, I can never get enough And every time I step up in the classroom All my students' hands go up! And they stay there And they say yeah And they stay there Up down, up down, up down...
Solving Equations Fortune Teller Packet- An interesting way to incorporate a fun, inexpensive activity just using paper and creating a great way to practice math at all times. This would work best with third grade, 3.OA.3: Operations and Algebraic Thinking: Represent and solve problems involving multiplication and division.
A bunch of linear equations activities
Balancing Equations: Step it Up Want to reinforce new middle school math terms while helping your child solve simple one and two-step equations? The trick is to make it visual. Start with the basics, use colors, and take it one step at a time, and you'll have a math step master on your hands in no time!
Activities: Balancing Equations: Step it Up!