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This game can be played in small groups or partners. One student rolls a dice and all students place that number on their board. The object is to get the largest answer. Students must use their knowledge of the order of operations to solve the problems.

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Exponents "I Have, Who Has" Game

Exponents "I Have, Who Has" Game by Mrs E Teaches Math | Teachers Pay Teachers

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Exponents "I Have, Who Has" Game

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Kids Love Choice {in Math Class}

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Kids Love Choice {in Math Class}

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Equation Top-it: Multiplication

Equation Top-it: Multiplication! Students practice solving multiplication equations while playing this math game. Great for upper elementary and middle school classrooms. Works great as a math center and comes with a beginner and difficult set to help differentiate!

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Interactive Math Notebook for Middle School Algebra

Equations and coefficients interactive notebook foldable activity! Printables, definitions, sample problems, and step by step instructions are included!

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Math = Love: Printable Parts of the Coordinate Plane Magnets

Printable Parts of the Coordinate Plane Magnets

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Stations. For middle school math, like pre algebra/algebra.

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Marvelous Math Stations

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Playing Uno - The combine like terms version - iPads in Middle School Math

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Great strategy for teaching substitution in algebra... from Middle School OCD: Five for Friday and Substitution Post-its

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Five for Friday and Substitution Post-its

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