Expressions Activity Bundle - writing algebraic and verbal expressions activities for the middle school math class. Save time planning lessons. Fun, hands-on activities to keep students engaged | maneuveringthemiddle.com
Real-World Algebra Activity. Use A variety on Items around the classroom. Set a variable and a price to represent each item. (You can even allow the students to determine the prices). Have the students shop for items or create a shopping list for them. Students will need to write expressions that match their list, Then solve each expression to determine the final cost. Students practice writing algebraic expressions and multiplying and adding decimals. (Examples are provided on webpage)
This worksheet is two pages of students writing algebraic expressions from word form, writing algebraic expressions ffrom standard form, and finishing with writing word problems for algebraic expressions.
This packet includes two (2) versions of the Algebraic Expressions Scavenger Hunt activity - a total of 24 cards. By having two sets of cards with 12 problems each, your students will have a couple of opportunities to learn and have fun while learning how to write Algebraic Expressions.
Variable Matching Game! An intro to writing variable expressions. Students each got either a written expression or a n algebraic expression. They had 3 minutes to find the student with their matches! Could also be a great centers game! My students LOVED it!! Free printable! Just print and cut (and laminate if you're feeling ambitious haha)
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Writing Expressions Scavenger Hunt: Practice writing algebraic expressions in a fun way!This scavenger hunt includes 10 real world word problems that require the students to write an algebraic expression. My students love scavenger hunts because it gets them up and out of their seats.Post the pages around your room in a random order.