This combining like terms algebra 1 activity is the perfect worksheet alternative to teach students how to distribute and combine like terms. Students have to simplify the expressions and match them to their simplified form. My high school math students loved this math activity last year and I plan to use it again this year!
Practice solving one-step equations with these math center activities. Five activities relating to the concept of one-step equations are included. The activities are perfect for setting up as stations around the room or adding to your math centers. $ Gr 6-8 #mathcenters #onestepequations #mathgames
Distributive Property with Variables- This video demonstrates how algebra tiles are used to generate equivalent expressions using the distributive property. In the accompanying classroom activity, students explore the distributive property. They use algebra tiles to solve problems involving equivalent expressions and compare their solution strategies with the approach demonstrated in the video. Students then solve story problems in which they generate equivalent expressions.
Modeling One Step Equations MatchingHelp students model one step inequality with Algebra Tiles in this matching activity. Students will match the model, algebraic inequality, and the solution together. There are two files--one in color and one in Black and White.Use this as a station for students or as small group instruction.
Independent vs. Dependent Variable Card Sort Activity for Pre-Algebra and Algebra 1 students! Perfect for the unit on introduction to functions and relations and determining the difference between independent and dependent variables--fits perfectly into an interactive notebook!
Independent vs. Dependent Variable Card Sort Activity for Algebra 1 (or Pre-Algebra) students! Perfect for the unit on introduction to functions and relations and determining the difference between independent and dependent variables--fits perfectly into an interactive notebook!
This is a graphic organizer/foldable in the shape of a t-table. The student quickly puts the foldable together with a few cuts and folds, then they cut out the 8 items (domain, range, independent variable, dependent variable, input, output and locations o