# One step equations

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One Step Equations Doodle Notes …

One Step Equations Trashketball involves students solving one-step equations (no integer calculations involved) and shooting baskets. There are 5 rounds in this game with 5 questions in Rounds 1-4 and 10 questions in Round 5. $ gr 5-8

FREE ONE STEP EQUATIONS RACE GAME -

One Step Equation Scavenger Hunt **QR Codes Optional!** from 4 The Love of Math on TeachersNotebook.com - (10 pages) - Scavenger Hunt (QR Codes optional) on solving 1-step equations

ONE-STEP EQUATIONS GAME - Play against another player to score baskets. Solve one-step addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division equations. Each correct answer results in a basket!

This is a highly engaging, competitive and interactive activity that will help reinforce understanding of how to solve one step linear equations. This can be done as an individual or a grouped activity and is a great way of getting the pupils out of their seats.

Algebra 1 lesson on solving one-step equations. Introduces the idea of using a balance scale to visualize equations. Make sure to do the same thing to BOTH sides of the equation when solving for x.

4mula Fun! :): One Step Equations Anchor Chart

Today I’m writing about a simple idea that makes 2-step equations easy for kids – a box “trick”. Students obviously have already learned how to solve one-step equations before being introduced to two-step equations, so I introduce 2-step equations by giving students a simple one-step equation. The only difference is that I use an index …

ONE-STEP EQUATIONS GAME - Play against another player to score goals. Solve one-step addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division equations. Each correct answer results in a goal!