### My Favorite Unit to Teach – Linear Functions

My favorite unit to teach is Linear Functions. Not sure why…I just think y=mx+b is a fun equation. I always tell my students that I am going to get a y=mx+b tattoo on my forehead as soon as …

### Solving Equations Mnemonic Device

Math Dyal: Solving Equations Mnemonic Device

### FREE Solving Multi-Step Equations Stations Maze Activity

Stations mazes are great because they get students up and moving around the room. They also encourage students to check their work carefully since an incorrect answer will eventually send them back to a problem they have already solved. Successfully completing the maze requires students to slow down...

### **Free Math Resource** Parts of an Equation

Use this beautiful wall chart poster to introduce the important parts of an equation to your students. Download today and enjoy! Also follow us to get instant notification on special product announcements from MathEdge! and Literacy and Math Ideas! Also available: Parts of a Math Expression!

### Solving Multi-Step Equations "Pinch Cards" by Mathtechy

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### Systems of Linear Equations Freebie

Encourage solving linear equations by starting out with logic puzzles! Here is a set of 5 systems of linear equations puzzles to print.

### Equation and Inequality Memory

In 6th grade, we are nearing the end of our three algebra units. For us, that means we have had lots of practice writing and solving equations. Recently, we have moved on to writing, solving, and graphing inequalities! To help practice equations and inequalities I decided to create some memory games for my students to use during math centers. I started with five different Equation Memory games - each focusing on a different type of equation (addition, subtraction, multiplication, division…

### Solving Equations Mnemonic Device

This phone was a great addition to our interactive notebooks and helped students remember the steps for solving equations. When you pass them out, be prepared for students to put them to their ear and actually try to make a call - oh teenagers! I have included two versions, the simple one shown above and one that gives the details of each step. I love sending students back to this page when they need a reminder later in the school year or when we do multi-step inequalities. Download pdf of…

### Multi Step Equations INB

While looking for a document, I found that I have created MULTIPLE foldables over the same concept. My first foldable that I created over solving equations is pictured below... You can find the original post here: Solving Equations Flip-Book I decided to create the following foldable last spring to use this school year. However, I did not use these foldables this year. The resource Algebra 1 teacher did use them this school year though! So, at least it was used somewhere. :) Sooooo.... below…

### Math Equals Love | Math Teaching Blog by Sarah Carter

Math = Love: Combining Like Terms and the Distributive Property Interactive…

### Solving Equations Graphic Organizer

This graphic organizer can be used as a classroom poster or added to an interactive notebook. Helps students who struggle with what to do next in the process of solving equations with variables on both sides and distributing. Happy solving from the missjudemath! TPT store.

### Hands-On Equations class sets for teaching linear equations concretely

Order your Hands-On Equations class set, verbal problems book and interactive application to teach your students (3 - 8) algebraic linear equations concretely.

### 4 Common Misconceptions and Solutions for Solving Linear Equations

Do you have Algebra students struggling with solving linear equations? Read about 4 common misconceptions and solutions to aid in student understanding. Ideas include undoing the operation versus combining like terms, zero solution versus no solution, and more. By Free to Discover.

### Math Equals Love | Math Teaching Blog by Sarah Carter

Math = Love: Algebra 1 Interactive Notebook Entries over Functions, Relations, and Slope