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# Solving Equations

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In this fun game, students race against their opponent to solve one step equations. Each student has a set of the same problems, while they share one writing utensil. Players take turns completing problems and rolling a die. One player completes as many problems as they can before their opponent...

Borenson Math provides hands-on products and staff development to enable your students, age 8 and up, to experience success with fractions and algebra.

Solving equations with variables on both sides? Check out these fun boom cards! They're self-checking, digital task cards hosted at Boom Learning. Students type in their answer and get instant feedback! You can assign a deck of Boom Cards to individual students or to an entire class and can even track their progress through Boom Learning. Great algebra online activity!

Today I’m writing about a simple idea that makes 2-step equations easy for kids – a box “trick”. Students obviously have already learned how to solve one-step equations before being introduced to two-step equations, so I introduce 2-step equations by giving students a simple one-step equation. The only difference is that I use an indexRead more about Breaking Down 2 Step Equations[...]

Great way to practice systems of equations with these awesome puzzles!

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

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Solving multi-step equations just got more fun! These puzzles are provided in both paper/pencil and digital format. The digital version is provided in Google Slides. Students will use the solutions to several types of equations to help complete these engaging sudoku puzzles. This product has 4 diff...

Systems of Equations Scavenger Hunt. I think i could adapt this to work for lnhs ;)

Use these lessons to learn how to find the solution for a System of Equations.

Equation Top-it: Two-Step Equations! It is similar to the card game War but students must solve two-step equations to get their solution. Comes with a beginner and difficult set (40 equation cards in each set). Great for middle school math classrooms during algebra units. Works as a math center or as a whole class game in partners.

Emphasize students critiquing work of others as they compare and contrast different methods for solving equations with fractions.

Students find how many solutions exist for a system of equations with this fun coloring activity. Check out all 9 ideas for finding how many solutions, including FREE sorting activity.

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