This is a great foldable for any interactive math journal and focuses on solving algebraic expressions by using an inverse operation. Because this is a tricky concept for kids to remember, this entire foldable is dedicated to this one skill. Students will take notes, draw a model to explain why each method works, and correctly solve problems.
In this activity, students substitute values for variables to solve algebraic expressions. As they work, they solve a riddle. I find this successful in 2 ways - they are having fun AND getting feedback on their work! You could use this in math station work, as a class activity, or as homework!
Do you need a fun way for your students to practice solving radical equations? This scavenger hunt is a great way to get students moving around the classroom and practicing their math skills at the same time! Algebra 2
Two coloring activities. Students practice simplifying algebraic expressions with integers in one activity. Students practice solving algebraic equations with integers (variables only on one side) in other activity. Each activity contains 20 questions. Each activity also includes an extension worksheet for students to delve into the mathematics of simplifying expressions and solving equations. This coloring activity is great to keep students attention before the break, as well as to make…