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# Understanding Algebraic Expressions Using Google Slides

Students will practice recognizing and evaluating algebraic expressions with this worksheet alternative using Google Slides.

## Description

Do your students need practice understanding and translating algebraic expressions? This engaging digital resource will give your students practice writing and evaluating algebraic expressions with a variety of activity types. Give your students a break from pencil and paper with these interactive Google Slides with moveable pieces.

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Whether you’re looking for additional practice or reviewing for a test, this Google Slides activity offers opportunities for engaging digital practice in translating algebraic expressions.

✅ What’s Included:

Don’t let algebraic expressions be a daunting task any longer. Say goodbye to traditional pencil-and-paper worksheets and hello to paperless practice that saves time and engages students with technology.

Never worry about having enough materials!

• Your students will have exactly what they need to complete the activity delivered to them in the Google Slides.
• You don’t have to distribute, organize, or store worksheets.
• No waiting in line to make copies!

NOTE:

• You will need a free Google account to access these files.
• Students will need to work in “edit” mode to use the movable pieces.

THIS RESOURCE SUPPORTS THE FOLLOWING TEKS:

TEKS 5.4B – represent and solve multi-step problems involving the four operations with whole numbers using equations with a letter standing for the unknown quantity

WHAT OTHER TEACHERS ARE SAYING…

⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ “This was a great activity for some extra practice following a lesson. My students love the drag and drop feature which allows even struggling students to think critically and choose the best answer. ” – Sarah R.

⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ “My students loved the activities.  It kept them engaged.  I would definitely use this again.” – Angela M.

⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ “I used this with my son to learn about algebra.  The first slide helped him get a better understanding of the math signs and matching them to words.  The additional slides helped in his understanding of his initial learning of algebra.  Great source, highly recommend it!   A mom of a child who is on the autism spectrum. ” – Eda-Liza G.

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Permission for single classroom use only.

SKU# 557267

Type
Subject
Math Skill
Holidays