Use this FREE resource as a tool to help students practice using variables in…
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PEMDAS is an acronym for Order of Operations. The arrows and color coding teach students that Multiplication and Division go left to right as does Addition and Subtraction.  Interactive Scaffolded problems introduce and review Parentheses, Exponents, Multiplication, Division, Addition, and Subtraction.  Several Emoji Challenges provide students the opportunity for critical thinking and problem solving.  Student solve for variables represented by emojis.  Google Slides resource Google…

PEMDAS is an acronym for Order of Operations. The arrows and color coding teach students that Multiplication and Division go left to right as does Addition and Subtraction. Interactive Scaffolded problems introduce and review Parentheses, Exponents, Multiplication, Division, Addition, and Subtraction. Several Emoji Challenges provide students the opportunity for critical thinking and problem solving. Student solve for variables represented by emojis. Google Slides resource Google…

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Independent variables vs Dependent variables: Find pairs that match in order to complete this sentence: "______ depends on _______"

Independent variables vs Dependent variables: Find pairs that match in order to complete this sentence: "______ depends on _______"

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This bundle allows students to practice algebra skills in a creative and fun way! They will have a blast trying to solve the mystery emojis by following the color key. Use the final products as a classroom / hallway display for all to enjoy and admire! Skills include - combining like terms, integers, perfect square roots, identifying slope, and evaluating variable expressions.

This bundle allows students to practice algebra skills in a creative and fun way! They will have a blast trying to solve the mystery emojis by following the color key. Use the final products as a classroom / hallway display for all to enjoy and admire! Skills include - combining like terms, integers, perfect square roots, identifying slope, and evaluating variable expressions.

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