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JJResources

Algebra

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This Algebra Math Mystery is a fun way to review skills working with exponents, expressions, like terms and equations. Engage and motivate your students during math time with this fun algebra activity! (GRADE 6 US Common Core Aligned) Students have to use their algebra skills to discover what the aliens are planning to turn all of humankind into! There are 5 clues to crack to solve the mystery: Clue 1: Solve for the Variable (Exponents) Clue 2: Evaluate Variable Expressions Clue 3: Simplifying Algebraic Expressions Clue 4: Add and Subtract Like Terms Clue 5: One-Step Equations Pack also includes a mystery declaration sheet, answer sheets, elimination guide and awards. Great activity for algebra review. Available for other grades with different skills/levels of difficulty. Please email me on jjresourcecreations@gmail.com for assistance. *US spelling used. Please email me on jjresourcecreations@gmail.com if you would like adjusted to suit UK/AUS spelling. Mrs J. © 2015
Shape Algebra
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talktokt3

Shape Algebra

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4 differentiated sheets for varying abilities. Find the value of each shape and then the total of each column/row.
Writing Algebraic Expressions Notes
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katembee

Writing Algebraic Expressions Notes

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Writing Algebraic Expressions Notes and Activities, Common Core Standard: 6.EE.2, 6.EE.A.2.A Everything you need to introduce and practice writing algebraic expressions. Included in this product: -Writing Algebraic Expressions Notes Guided Notes -Writing Algebraic Expressions Notes Practice Page -Writing Algebraic Expressions Frayer Models for Vocabulary Practice -2 different warm-ups (2 per page) -2 different exit slips (2 per page) -Worked out Answer keys
Algebra worksheets
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krisgreg30

Algebra worksheets

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11 different worksheets that each have a different algebraic activity. These include: calculating answers when given what each letter represents; having to work out what each letter represents with various degrees of challenge; having to come up with numbers to make a number sentence make sense; simplifying equations and solving a puzzle of shapes and what each one is worth.
Video Tutorial: What Are Algebra Tiles?
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EdMDeleon

Video Tutorial: What Are Algebra Tiles?

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Video Tutorial: What Are Algebra Tiles? In this tutorial, learn the basics of what algebra tiles are and how they are used. Use this video segment when first introducing algebra tiles. See a preview here: http://www.media4mathplus.com/Preview/23422/Video-Tutorial--What-Are-Algebra-Tiles? For more math resources go to http://www.media4mathplus.com.
Algebraic Fractions
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dmartin55

Algebraic Fractions

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A set of seven lessons (over 80 slides) covering adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing algebraic fractions. The power points can be used on their own to introduce and provide practice examples on algebraic fractions. They can also be used to provide revision notes or help for pupils who have been absent from class.
Algebra Bundle
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Elsie99

Algebra Bundle

Algebra Bundle Maths GCSE Revision This is a mega pack of algebra worksheets. All answers are included. If bought independently , these 5 resources would cost £15.00, but I am offering them in this bundle for £11.50, a saving of 23%. Included in this bundle are: ** Algebra Substitution** 70 questions on algebra substitution on 7 worksheets. This pack includes questions on common algebra mistakes with powers and brackets, as well as other mixed questions. Algebra – Expanding a single bracket Expanding algebraic expressions with a single bracket. Includes 4 differentiated worksheets and a mixed test worksheet. GCSE Maths Algebra Expanding and Factorising This pack includes 60 questions on expanding and factorising algebra. It is made up of two separate worksheets/tests - one for factorising and one for expanding. A full answer key is included for each test and can be used by pupils to self-mark. The questions for each test are mixed and include: Factorising single brackets of various difficulty Factorising quadratics Factorising the difference of 2 squares Expanding single brackets of various difficulty Expanding multiple single brackets Expanding double brackets Expanding a bracket squared Simplifying algebra expressions Algebra – Factorising using a single bracket Factorising algebraic expressions using a single bracket. Includes 4 differentiated worksheets and a mixed test worksheet. Word Problems involving formulas Word problems involving using formulae/rules. 10 questions, each with 4 parts. Pupils are given a rule to use to calculate prices for a certain number of hours or days. They are also asked to write the rule as an algebraic equation for each question. To buy these items individually, please go to Maths Shop
introduction to algebra
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danadockaglory

introduction to algebra

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A lesson to introduce algebra. Starting off with basic code breaking then leading onto basic substitution with balancing weighing scales.
Algebra - Connect 4 Game
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bios444

Algebra - Connect 4 Game

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Connect 4 in a row game. It includes 3 game boards and 3 x 16 problem cards. Game Directions: - Turn game cards upside down on table. - Take turns flipping cards over one at a time. - Solve the problems using scratch paper. - Find the answer on the game board and place your counter on the answer. - The first person with four in a row wins! The answer key is included. You can download FREE similar Connect 4 Game example here: 3-Digit and 2-Digit Subtraction - Connect 4 Game!
Algebra
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shahira

Algebra

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a wide range of questions on algebra applied in real life situations to enable the students to grasp the topic better and to apply their knowledge in real life. it is very good as a plenary or a starter activity to recap on the topic
Algebra Booklet for Year 7 Students
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crdraper

Algebra Booklet for Year 7 Students

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This booklet is an introduction to algebra. A booklet containing seven lessons for a year 7 class. I have included a second file that is identical but with the "Year 7" removed for those who want to use this with other year groups. However this is an introductory unit so does NOT include expanding brackets, factorising, quadratic equations or graphing. This is NOT fully differentiated. However, a file has been included with the booklet I used for my higher ability students, where some questions have been changed. This is very similar to the other booklets with only a few questions changed and one exercise added. Two versions have been included, one using the word "maths" as in the UK and Australia and the other using the word "math" as in the US. Please note that this resource does NOT include answers.
Algebraic starters
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sbinning

Algebraic starters

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A collection of algebraic starters including: solving equations and double inequalities with unknowns both sides, fractions, single brackets; expanding single & double brackets; factorising single brackets with multiple terms, the difference of 2 squares; indices; solving single inequalities and drawing on number line.
Algebra
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NextWeekSorted

Algebra

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This algebra worksheet helps children to practise substituting, writing algebraic expressions and solve equations in algebra. It is suitable for children in Year 5, Year 6 and Year 7. It would also make a really great homework activity.
GCSE Algebra Revision
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GCSE Algebra Revision

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Two lessons, including worked examples and practise questions. Topics: 1. Solving Equations 2. Substitution into Expressions 3. Simplifying Expressions 4. Expanding Brackets 5. Factorising Expressions For more Maths resources visit www.themathsgeezer.co.uk
CSI Algebra - Writing and Using Formulae
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CSI Algebra - Writing and Using Formulae

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Here's a real life CSI application of algebra for your students.... Students have to solve a murder investigation using formulae (writing and substituting). They have to gather evidence at three locations: the crime scene, mortuary and forensic laboratory. Once they have collected their evidence, they examine a suspect list to identify the murderer. Crime scene – The suspect has left muddy boot prints at the crime scene. Students have to measure the boot print and step length to determine the suspect’s height. Mortuary – Students have to determine the time of death using body temperature. Forensic Laboratory – The victim died from chronic arsenic poisoning. Students have to determine for how long the victim was poisoned for. Answers included. Here are some other crime scene activities you may be interested in: Crime Scene Algebra - Using Formulae and Linear Regression Crime Scene Algebra - Using Formulae & Quadratic Equations