Combining Like Terms
Engaging teaching ideas, strategies, activities, and games to help students learn how to combine like terms and solve in mathematics. Supports 6th grade, 7th…
This collection of 5 Valentine's Day themed activities will get your students engaged practicing a variety of foundational math topics. Review proportions, distributive property, combining like terms, adding integers, & order of operations and have Valentine's month fun!
This simple game makes great guided practice with combining like terms in the interactive notebook. This is the 1st guided practice we do when learning about solving multi-step equations. Check out the whole interactive notebook unit for solving multi-step equations in this post!
Combining Like Terms Activity: Students will be using one variable, two variables, and one of the mazes has negative numbers as they practice combining like terms. It is great for differentiation, stations or centers, partner work, or homework. After using these 3 mazes students will be more familiar with combining like terms.
Using these combining task cards is a great alternative to math worksheets & can be used for a range of interactive activities. Students will get practice combining like terms with distributive property, combining like terms with positive and negative integers, and combining like terms with confidence!
Print and go resources to spice up your combining like terms unit. A great variety of resources for learning, practicing, and reinforcing. Includes inquiry discovery activity, foldable for interactive notebook, task cards, and math games & activities to use in partners, stations, and more. Great addition to the middle school math classroom.
Combing Like Terms - EXCELLENT video lesson with 33 Example Problems. This online lesson covers adding and subtracting coefficients across expressions, using the distributive property to simplify equations and create equivalent algebraic expressions, and much more. Perfect for high school and middle school math courses. Check out this algebra lesson today! #algebra #teachingresources