Algebra Lessons

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AIP friendly cupcakes that taste like REAL CAKE!!! Gluten free, grain free, egg free, dairy free...
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Algebra Simplified
Spice up humdrum Algebra practice with the element of Hangman. Know at a glance if students completed the activity correctly with messages. Met diverse student needs effortlessly with the multiple levels of the same practice provided in the resource.
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Solving Equations.
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A LOT of teachers have been pinning this game to teach number sense.
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Factoring with Algebra Tiles
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Factoring with Algebra Tiles
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Child’s Mathematics Skills - Big Ideas Math Answers
Patterns, Algebra, and Functions
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Using the area model for #multiplication with base-10 blocks to lay a foundation for #algebra.
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Algebra tiles, Core 5, Da Vinci Innovation Academy, Hawthorne, California
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Integers Unit - Adding Subtracting Multiplying & Dividing Integers
FREE Model the use of algebra tiles to show the value of integers and basic integer operations using this five section guided activity. Students can work whole group, individually or ideally in guided math groups with the teacher.The activity includes not only arithmetic calculations, but also number line use, modeling, and word problems so that the integers can be introduced in context! 6-7
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Solving One Step Equations Graphic Organizer
This organizer allows students to explore three different ways to solve one step equations. Students are asked to draw a math model using algebra tiles, write out the steps for solving, and solve using the traditional method. You can customize this organizer by filling in your own equations.
a table that shows the steps to solve an expression in addition and subtraction
Using algebra tiles on an expression mat to represent zero. Laying a foundation to solve equations.