Equivalent Expressions Color by Number (Valentine-theme)

Equivalent Expressions Color by Number (Valentine-theme) In this Equivalent Expressions color by number, students find equivalent expressions by factoring simple expressions and by using the Distributive Property. There are a few problems that require students to combine like terms. Students then color with the color indicated in the box for that question.

Equivalent Numerical Expressions Puzzle

Students use their understanding of equivalent numerical expressions to complete this 20 piece puzzle. Students will match numerical expressions (addition only) with an equivalent expression that uses parenthesis. The expressions are mainly positive integers with a few decimals and fractions. Cut out the puzzle beforehand and put pieces in a baggie. This is a great activity to follow a lesson on equivalent expressions!

Simple Equivalent Expressions Activity {FREE}

This is such a fun and simple way for kids to practice simplifying and evaluating expressions. Encourage algebraic thinking and build a foundation for solving equations with this FREE equivalent expressions activity.

Common Core Math Stations and Games - Equivalent Expressions Triangler

COMMON CORE MATH STATIONS AND GAMES - EQUIVALENT EXPRESSIONS TRIANGLER - TeachersPayTeachers.com

Simple Equivalent Expressions Activity {FREE}

This is such a fun and simple way for kids to practice simplifying and evaluating expressions. Encourage algebraic thinking and build a foundation for solving equations with this FREE equivalent expressions activity.

Simple Equivalent Expressions Activity {FREE}

Online middle school This is such a fun and simple way for kids to practice simplifying and evaluating expressions. Encourage algebraic thinking and build a foundation for solving equations with this FREE equivalent expressions activity.

Equivalent Expressions

A fun game to practice finding equivalent expressions! Students will play while simplifying expressions to find matches! The cards have one variable expressions and students will use the distributive property and combining like terms to find matches!

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