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Equation Algebra Sort! My 6th grade students really loved sorting these equations based on their solutions and then unscrambling the funny words and phrases on the back! Equations include addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, and two-step equations.

Equation Algebra Sort! My 6th grade students really loved sorting these equations based on their solutions and then unscrambling the funny words and phrases on the back! Equations include addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, and two-step equations.

One Step Equations Doodle Notes

One Step Equations Doodle Notes

One step equation equation notes that the students can decorate and color while they are completing the work. Two pages included, one that fits into a

Solving One-Step Equations Maze from Ayers Math Flares on TeachersNotebook.com -  (5 pages)  - Help the mice find the correct path to the cheese by solving one-step equations.

Solving One-Step Equations Maze from Ayers Math Flares on TeachersNotebook.com - (5 pages) - Help the mice find the correct path to the cheese by solving one-step equations.

One Step Equations Trashketball involves students solving one-step equations (no integer calculations involved) and shooting baskets. There are 5 rounds in this game with 5 questions in Rounds 1-4 and 10 questions in Round 5. $ gr 5-8

One Step Equations Trashketball Math Game

One Step Equations Trashketball involves students solving one-step equations (no integer calculations involved) and shooting baskets. There are 5 rounds in this game with 5 questions in Rounds 1-4 and 10 questions in Round 5. $ gr 5-8

Have your students apply their understanding of ONE-STEP EQUATIONS with these ERROR ANALYSIS activities. Giving students opportunities to identify and correct errors allows them to show their understanding of mathematical concepts. Perfect for math homework, math stations, & math assessments. Topics include: Solving & Writing Addition Equations & Subtraction Equations ✔ Solving & Writing Multiplication Equations & Division Equations Middle School Math Common Core 6EE5, 6EE7, 6EE9

ONE-STEP EQUATIONS Word Problems - Error Analysis (Find the Error)

Have your students apply their understanding of ONE-STEP EQUATIONS with these ERROR ANALYSIS activities. Giving students opportunities to identify and correct errors allows them to show their understanding of mathematical concepts. Perfect for math homework, math stations, & math assessments. Topics include: Solving & Writing Addition Equations & Subtraction Equations ✔ Solving & Writing Multiplication Equations & Division Equations Middle School Math Common Core 6EE5, 6EE7, 6EE9

ONE-STEP EQUATIONS GAME - Play against another player to score goals. Solve one-step addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division equations. Each correct answer results in a goal!

ONE-STEP EQUATIONS GAME - Play against another player to score goals. Solve one-step addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division equations. Each correct answer results in a goal!

One Step Equations Interactive Notebook Page and Worksheets from Math Central on TeachersNotebook.com -  (4 pages)  - Awesome Interactive Notebook page for One Step Equations and worksheets too!

One Step Equations Interactive Notebook Page and Worksheets from Math Central on TeachersNotebook.com - (4 pages) - Awesome Interactive Notebook page for One Step Equations and worksheets too!

One-Step Equations Quiz Quiz Trade Game from EduGuru on TeachersNotebook.com - (12 pages) - One-Step Equations Quiz Quiz Trade Game supports students to share their knowledge and understanding and at the same time allow the opportunity for the teacher to assess student progress!

One-Step Equations Quiz Quiz Trade Game from EduGuru on TeachersNotebook.com - (12 pages) - One-Step Equations Quiz Quiz Trade Game supports students to share their knowledge and understanding and at the same time allow the opportunity for the teacher to assess student progress!

ONE-STEP EQUATIONS GAME - Play against another player to score baskets. Solve one-step addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division equations. Each correct answer results in a basket!

ONE-STEP EQUATIONS GAME - Play against another player to score baskets. Solve one-step addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division equations. Each correct answer results in a basket!

One-Step Equations Quiz Quiz Trade Game from EduGuru on TeachersNotebook.com -  (12 pages)  - One-Step Equations Quiz Quiz Trade Game supports students to share their knowledge and understanding and at the same time allow the opportunity for the teacher to assess student progress!

One-Step Equations Quiz Quiz Trade Game from EduGuru on TeachersNotebook.com - (12 pages) - One-Step Equations Quiz Quiz Trade Game supports students to share their knowledge and understanding and at the same time allow the opportunity for the teacher to assess student progress!

One Step Equations - Partner Perfection: These differentiated, self-checking worksheets contain 4 sets of 15 one step equation problems for a total of 60 problems! There are two versions of the worksheets - one with columns 1,2 and one with columns A,B.

One Step Equations Differentiated Self-Checking Partner Worksheet

One Step Equations - Partner Perfection: These differentiated, self-checking worksheets contain 4 sets of 15 one step equation problems for a total of 60 problems! There are two versions of the worksheets - one with columns 1,2 and one with columns A,B.

Solving One – Step Equations has never been this much fun! On each of twenty –four slides your students solve the equation by dragging the fun numbers and symbols onto the workspace. Each variable, exponent, and symbol (like + or -) has its own color helping students understand additive and multiplicative inverses in a new innovative way.

Algebra One Step Equations Interactive with GOOGLE Slides Drag & Drop

Solving One – Step Equations has never been this much fun! On each of twenty –four slides your students solve the equation by dragging the fun numbers and symbols onto the workspace. Each variable, exponent, and symbol (like + or -) has its own color helping students understand additive and multiplicative inverses in a new innovative way.