Do you find that your students struggle with the most basic Algebra concepts? Are you often re-teaching integer operations or exponent rules? Then this lesson bundle is for you!
This collection of resources is intended to supplement any early Algebra curriculum (whether Pre-Algebra or Algebra 1). Several important concepts are covered, providing lessons to teach in a way that makes sense so that students retain more.
- Integer Operations
- Absolute value
- Order of operations
- Distributive property
- Algebra vocabulary
- Evaluating and simplifying expressions
- Solving linear equations
This huge collection includes inquiry and problem based lessons to guide students to a conceptual understanding.
In addition, it includes fun and unique skills practice pages, such as challenge mazes and correcting the mistake.
And finally, it includes an extensive problem based project to continue to make sense of linear equations in a real world context.
Your students will love getting creative as they design their own amusement park!
In addition, this resource is full of teaching tips so you can teach with confidence, as well as answer keys to make it easy and low-prep to use!
NOTE: This bundle includes 2 products, meaning there are 2 pdf files to download. Be sure to download and save both files after checkout.
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