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This is SUCH a great way to practice equations and algebra. Each number on the clock is represented by an equation. Our students made some unique “geeky” clocks this year.

End of the Year, Culminating Reference Book Project- Math This is a great project for the end of the year. You can either give students designated pages, let them choose their own, or a mix of both! Students will work to create a reference book that they can use in math next year with the important facts that they learned this year. Each page has the same format—steps and examples. There are also blank pages for students to add their own topics and a top 10 list.

Equation Top-it: Multiplication! Students practice solving multiplication equations while playing this math game. Great for upper elementary and middle school classrooms. Works great as a math center and comes with a beginner and difficult set to help differentiate!

Equation Top-it: Two-Step Equations! It is similar to the card game War but students must solve two-step equations to get their solution. Comes with a beginner and difficult set (40 equation cards in each set). Great for middle school math classrooms during algebra units. Works as a math center or as a whole class game in partners.

Cornell Notes on Two-Step Step Equations followed by a maze activity for students to practice. FREEBIE!

This worksheet is intended for use after students have learned the basics of writing equations in slope-intercept form.