# Writing Algebraic Expressions

Get your students successfully understanding and simplifying ALGEBRAIC EXPRESSIONS word problems with these PROBLEM SOLVING GRAPHIC ORGANIZERS. These graphic organizers help students organize their thoughts, infer solutions, & communicate their thinking. Perfect for math homework, math stations or math assessments. Topics: Evaluating Algebraic Expressions, Writing Algebraic Expressions, Simplifying Expressions, Factoring Algebraic Expressions Middle School Math Common Core 6EE1, 6EE2, 6EE3…

ALGEBRAIC EXPRESSIONS Mazes, Riddles & Coloring Pages (Fun Activities) Have your students apply their understanding of ALGEBRAIC EXPRESSIONS with these fun activities including a maze, riddle and coloring activity. Topics Covered: ✔ Evaluating Algebraic Expressions ✔ Writing Algebraic Expressions ✔ Simplifying Expressions ✔ Factoring Algebraic Expressions Middle School Math Common Core 6EE1, 6EE2, 6EE3, 6EE4

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Variable Matching Game! An intro to writing variable expressions. Students each got either a written expression or a n algebraic expression. They had 3 minutes to find the student with their matches! Could also be a great centers game! My students LOVED it!! Free printable! Just print and cut (and laminate if you're feeling ambitious haha)

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Writing Algebraic Expressions Task Cards-Fall Theme! Enter for your chance to win 1 of 2. Writing Algebraic Expressions Task Cards-Fall Theme- CCS: 6.EE.2a (13 pages) from Mrs. Mc's Shop on TeachersNotebook.com (Ends on on 10-09-2016) Writing Algebraic Expressions Task Cards and Recording Sheets 40 task cards to give your students practice in "writing expressions that record operations with numbers and with letters standing for numbers". ( CCS: 6.EE.2a).

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Using items around your house, create a âstoreâ and set up expressions to represent the cost of the items.

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Writing Algebraic Expressions Task Cards and Recording Sheets 40 task cards to give your students practice in "writing expressions that record operations with numbers and with letters standing for numbers". ( CCS: 6.EE.2a) Included are the student sheet and answer key.

LOVE this idea for teaching translating expressions into words....post different expressions around room, give each group diff color marker and have them write unique translations for each. Genius way to make this lesson more fun!!

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