Algebra if-what task cards require students to solve two problems to come to an answer for the question asked as there is a part one ("if") and part two ("what") to each card. Integers, fractions, decimals, absolute value, order of operations, powers and square roots are a part of the process using inverse operations to solve for the variable.
This set of Hands On Equations Posters illustrates the terms and vocabulary used in teaching Hands On Equations. This set includes 3 full sets - each with a different border style in black and white. Color borders can be provided upon request. We have used these posters in our own classrooms and our students love them.
FREE! Students will be divided into groups of 2-3 (can be done individually, or in larger groups, but 2-3 is what I recommend. Each group should be given each page of dice (there are 2!) and at least one recording sheet. Students will first cut out and put the dice together (glue or tape works well!).
A printable set of a range of one-step equations for simple and basic algebra. There are 9 equations for each operation of addition, subtraction, multiplication and division (36 equations in total). Great for displaying and activities alike! Visit our TpT store for more information and for other classroom display resources by clicking on the provided links.
This is a cumulative project that is differentiated by product. The students will show their knowledge of translating verbal phrases into algebraic expressions using clue words. (See my free clue words document.) They also will show their knowledge of commutative and distributive properties using combining like terms, steps for solving equations, and strategies for translating word problems into algebraic equations.