FREE Middle School Task Cards ~ Combining Like Terms www.homeschoolgiveaways.com Help your children learn how to combine like terms with these free task cards!

FREE Middle School Task Cards ~ Combining Like Terms www.homeschoolgiveaways.com Help your children learn how to combine like terms with these free task cards!

Combining Like Terms "Doodle Notes" - Coefficient, Constant, Term, Variable, etc. - Students identify like terms with matching doodle patterns

Combining Like Terms "Doodle Notes" - Coefficient, Constant, Term, Variable, etc. - Students identify like terms with matching doodle patterns

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To give my students some practice on combining like terms, I assigned them to work through a combining like terms maze in their groups.  I f...

To give my students some practice on combining like terms, I assigned them to work through a combining like terms maze in their groups. I f...

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Try something new! Combining Like Terms with GOOGLE Slides, Paperless and NO Prep for you. - Fun and Easy to Use Drag & Drop Math. On each of 21 slides your students solve the problem, then drag the fun numbers and symbols onto the answer box. Interactive, Challenging and very engaging for your students.

Try something new! Combining Like Terms with GOOGLE Slides, Paperless and NO Prep for you. - Fun and Easy to Use Drag & Drop Math. On each of 21 slides your students solve the problem, then drag the fun numbers and symbols onto the answer box. Interactive, Challenging and very engaging for your students.

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 negatives and more terms to combine.

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 negatives and more terms to combine.

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