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I Have, Who Has - Translating Words into Math/ Writing Expressions and Equations product from KlaRenays-Shop on TeachersNotebook.com

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This activity will help students learn the different ways of seeing and reading algebra equations. They must match the numerical equation to the correct way of saying the equation out loud.

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Variable Matching Game! An intro to writing variable expressions. Students each got either a written expression or a n algebraic expression. They had 3 minutes to find the student with their matches! Could also be a great centers game! My students LOVED it!! Free printable! Just print and cut (and laminate if you're feeling ambitious haha)

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LOVE this idea for teaching translating expressions into words....post different expressions around room, give each group diff color marker and have them write unique translations for each. Genius way to make this lesson more fun!!

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Expressions Activity Bundle - writing algebraic and verbal expressions activities for the middle school math class. Save time planning lessons. Fun, hands-on activities to keep students engaged | maneuveringthemiddle.com

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$2 The purpose of this foldable is for students to list and organize symbols (mult & div only), words, and phrases for each of the operations (addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division). I use this when tranlating phrases into algebraic expressions.

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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...

A super easy formative assessment idea to use with ALL of your students at once! -Young Teacher Love Blog

Using items around your house, create a âstoreâ and set up expressions to represent the cost of the items.

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