Combining Like Terms Differentiated Partner Worksheet

Jul 12, 2022 - These worksheets contain 4 sets of 10 combining like terms problems for a total of 40 problems! There are two versions of the worksheets (easier and harder) that both share the same answer key for easy differentiation! The 1,2 version is slightly harder with the distributive property involving nega...

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It was my second year of teaching 3rd grade when I decided to move towards a math workshop model. My students were struggling with many math concepts and whole group instruction was not helping. The idea of math centers sounds great, but it can quickly get overwhelming. I've listed some problems I faced and also ... Read more

I modified my combining like terms strip activity that I have used for the past two years. This year, I added a box for students to write their simplified

I modified my combining like terms strip activity that I have used for the past two years. This year, I added a box for students to write their simplified

Need extra practice simplifying and evaluating expressions? This simple cut and paste equivalent expressions activity is perfect for early Algebra students.

I modified my combining like terms strip activity that I have used for the past two years. This year, I added a box for students to write their simplified

Act 1 1. How fast was the car going when the speedometer got stuck? 2. Write down a guess. I found this while browsing the Illustrative Mathematics website. It's taken from their “Braki…

Yesterday, I realized that I haven't blogged in over TWO MONTHS! This is just unacceptable :) Here are some ideas for simplifying expressions and two step equations in Algebra 1. The first page was reviewing how to simplify expressions by combining like terms and using the distributive property. I borrowed the steps from another blogger but I cannot remember who. If it was you, please let me know and I will give you credit! It always seems to click with students when food is involved. Who am…

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Combining Like Terms-I like the work "collect". It's like putting them in the same basket or the same drawer.

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Here are the 3-D project photos from this year. I kept only the yellow tower and the red-and-yellow rocket from last year, so everything else on the shelves is new! As usual, they had to calculate volume, surface area, and draw 3-D designs and 2-D nets. Even though concavities were optional, many groups decided to build in concavities into their designs / calculations this year. Afterwards, our tests were not easy, but the kids did quite well! In fact, the student who did the "star" project…

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