# Simplifying algebraic expressions

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Well I am in overdrive right now. My first day of school with students is Monday and I am scrambling to get things organized. The posts you are going to see in the next few days will be all over the place. The one below is an improvement on what I had the kids do last year on like and unlike terms. Sorry about the poor quality of the pictures, my battery was almost dead. Go here to see what I did last year with like terms. The kids wanted to make their own shapes for the like terms and…

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Ok, here are some of the pre-algebra pages I used for both my Foundations and Algebra 1 class. I'm sure most of the ideas came from other people, so don't think I thought these up! I'll provide links to the originals if I can find them. :) Intro to graphing: I love that this says "quadrant" in the order of the quadrants. Inside, a graph with the axes, origin, and several points labeled. Integers: we used manipulatives for DAYS. We played this amazing game of dots, and we made more human…

Students will identify the parts of an expression using math terminology. Students will understand the concept of like terms with the use parallel examples.

Ok, here are some of the pre-algebra pages I used for both my Foundations and Algebra 1 class. I'm sure most of the ideas came from other people, so don't think I thought these up! I'll provide links to the originals if I can find them. :) Intro to graphing: I love that this says "quadrant" in the order of the quadrants. Inside, a graph with the axes, origin, and several points labeled. Integers: we used manipulatives for DAYS. We played this amazing game of dots, and we made more human…

ispeakmath.org6th grade math. Simplifying algebraic expressions. Thanks to Nicole Paris, for her great orangamallow idea! Read more about that here http:...

Ok, here are some of the pre-algebra pages I used for both my Foundations and Algebra 1 class. I'm sure most of the ideas came from other people, so don't think I thought these up! I'll provide links to the originals if I can find them. :) Intro to graphing: I love that this says "quadrant" in the order of the quadrants. Inside, a graph with the axes, origin, and several points labeled. Integers: we used manipulatives for DAYS. We played this amazing game of dots, and we made more human…