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from Math Geek Mama

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…

Cute idea... good way to get them to learn square roots without them knowing it because they know the numbers under the post its! It is very inexpensive and not at all time consuming to make. The only problem I can think of with this would be the postit notes loosing their ability to stick onto the clock's face.

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Combining Like Terms Math Lib

Combining Like Terms Math LibMath lib activities are a class favorite! In this activity, students will practice simplifying expressions by combining like terms as they rotate through ten stations. This includes simple expressions along with more challenging expressions that have more than one variable and variables with exponents.The answers they get will generate a funny story about their teacher.

from I Speak Math

Simplifying Algebraic Expressions Activity

Simplifying Algebraic Expressions Activity | Combining Like Terms This is an awesome kinesthetic activity with higher order thinking involved.


Journal Wizard: Success!!! Simplifying Algebraic Expressions

from Living Well Spending Less®

Less Closet Chaos {Day 23}

Have nothing in your houses that you do not know to be useful, or believe to be beautiful. William Morris << grew up with this saying


FREE "Express Yourself" puzzle which challenges students to simplify 20 different expressions using the Distributive Property and by combining like terms. Contains fractions and decimals in the expressions. Available along with other products on writing, evaluating and simplifying expressions on TeachersPayTeachers.

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Introducing Exponents (Math Giraffe - The Math Classroom: Blog)

-- a complete, free lesson (with a collection of all the resources you need) -- Grade Level: 5/6 Skills:  understanding & simplifying a basic exponential expression (b^n) Materials: colored pencils,

This FREE set of printable Multi-Match game cards helps students simplify expressions with negative integer exponents. Just print on five sheets of paper and have students cut the cards. Choose from four fun, familiar games for 1-4 players. Also see the bundle of Grade 8 games. ~by Angie Seltzer