Algebra activities

Make learning algebra fun and interactive with these engaging activities. Discover top ideas to help students grasp algebraic concepts and improve their problem-solving skills.
Translating Algebraic Expressions ⋆ Algebra 1 Coach Algebra Lessons, Teaching Algebra, Algebra Worksheets, Maths Algebra, Pre Algebra Activities, Algebra Problems, School Algebra, Math Tasks, Teaching

Rather than using a boring old Translating Algebraic Expressions Worksheet to teach this lesson we made a Variables and Expressions Game that requires students get a grasp of Translating Algebraic Expressions if they want to win! First you will need to download the Translating Algebraic Expressions Activity by clicking

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Do you have students who struggle to "get it" in your algebra class? I've been there! The ideas and resources in this post work for special education algebra students and students who need some convincing that algebra is cool. The post includes links to a solving equations graphic organizer, quick check algebra templates, algebra pennants, math cheat sheets, partner math activities and an algebra 1 word wall. All of the algebra teaching ideas in this post are teacher tested and kid approved…

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Teaching in Room 6: Zippin Down the Freebie Trail Sixth Grade Maths, 5th Grade Maths, Multiplication, Grade 6 Math, 5th Grade Math, 6th Grade Worksheets, Printable Math Worksheets, Math Practice Worksheets, Middle School Math

Hi everyone! Welcome to the next stop on the Bunny Trail. (and if you missed the other stops this week, click on the bunny below to go to the beginning!) This post will be short and sweet, as today is moving day in my household (yay!!!) and my keyboard is packed away (thank goodness for touch screens!) I have a fun little math page for you today. It is a "secret code" page, where the students use order of operations to solve the puzzle. My students always enjoy these, and I thought yours…