# Math - Equations

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First grade is a very important year where students are building a strong foundation in their journey for mathematical proficiency. One of the most

Do you need a fun way for students to practice solving equations with minimal prep? The Solving One- and Two-Step Equations with Integers Scavenger Hunt Game gets students up and moving around while practicing math. In this game, students use the answer to one problem to find another problem hanging...

This set of matching cards requires students to write a one step inequality from a word problem, solve the inequality, and graph their answer on a number line. There are 12 problems, each with 4 cards, for a total of 48 cards to cut out and sort.Important InformationThere are no "flips" required to...

UPDATED 11/30/17: A sixth station was added! Station #6 has 8 task cards reviewing multistep equations (variables on one side only). This activity contains task cards for SIX stations. Students will do the following: Station#1: Solve 10 one-step equations* Station#2: Write and solve 6 one-ste...

This set of matching cards requires students to write a two step inequality from a word problem, solve the inequality, and graph their answer on a number line. There are 12 problems, each with 4 cards, for a total of 48 cards to cut out and sort.All problems use the same numbers so students can't j...

*Now includes both printable and digital GOOGLE Slides versions for distance learning.Students match graphs to their correct 2-variable inequalities in this hands-on, low-prep activity. Inequalities are written in both standard form and slope-intercept form. This activity is great as a review or as ...

Your students will practice solving equations while having fun putting together a puzzle based on their answers OR you can cut up the rectangles and have the students match the problem with the answers!Includes: 16 equation problems (Note: the problems are the same for each activity.)These problems ...

Your students will practice solving equations while having fun putting together a puzzle based on their answers OR you can cut up the rectangles and have the students match the problem with the answers!Includes: 16 equation problems (Note: the problems are the same for each activity.)These problems ...

This set includes 2 pages for interactive notes, five worksheets, and three exit slips. Note pages: Students explore and discover the rule of multiplying and dividing an inequality by a negative number Practice worksheets: Each worksheet has problems for which students solve, graph, check thei...

I have NEVER been happy with how I've taught compound inequalities in the past. I've never really given my students as reason for why we need to even deal with compound inequalities in the first place. Here's the foldable I ended up creating for my Algebra 1 students this year: On the outside of the foldable, we did one example of an AND inequality and one example of an OR inequality. Before doing these examples, I had the students do a "Stand Up If..." activity. Stand up if you are wearing…

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Save some time with these solving one step equations guided notes that focus on solving equations with positive rational numbers. Emphasis is placed on making sense of the equation. These notes also include substituting to determine if an equation is true or not. These notes are aligned to the 6th g...

In this activity 32 task cards are placed on every desk in the room. Students move around, writing and solving the inequalities on the cards. Once solved, students find the graph of the solutions on their recording sheet. Each task card has a simple picture in the corner. Students draw the pic...

Write and solve one-step equations from real world word problem solving scenarios. Thirty-two rigorous task cards have students practice writing and solving one-step equations with a variety of numbers: integers, fractions, and decimals. The numbers have been selected so that students must use the i...

Two-Step Inequalities Math LibIn this activity, students will practice solving two-step inequalities and identifying possible solutions as they rotate through 10 stations. The answer at each station will give them a piece to a story (who, doing what, with who, where, when, etc.) This is a much more ...

This is a fun and engaging way for your 5th, 6th, or 7th grade math students to practice the distributive property and combining like terms. The problems have positive numbers only and are aligned …