Equation break-down poster

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### Look what I found!

Hi friends! I have been MIA for a while...my weekend getaway in the mountains was just perfect. Lots of hiking and relaxing and soaking in that mountain air. I am enjoying a happy mix of relaxed summer brain and planning for August...I have lots of half finished resources on my computer and in my head haha. Today I found THIS little gem at Walmart and snagged it right away!! The cards have numerals, number words, dice, fingers, and tallies. (I might have to make a set of colored 5 frames to…

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### Algebra Simplified

Spice up humdrum Algebra practice with the element of Hangman. Know at a glance if students completed the activity correctly with messages. Met diverse student needs effortlessly with the multiple levels of the same practice provided in the resource.

Using the area model for #multiplication with base-10 blocks to lay a foundation for #algebra.

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Created for K-5 learners, Kidspiration 3 uses the proven principles of visual learning to strengthen reading and writing skills and build conceptual understanding in math.

### Addition of Polynomials Gizmo : ExploreLearning

Add polynomials using an area model. Use step-by-step feedback to diagnose any mistakes.

Using algebra tiles on an expression mat to represent zero. Laying a foundation to solve equations.

### Binomial Multiplication Part One and Two—Dynamic Algebra Tiles

This movie demonstrates how to implement an activity from the Dynamic Number Project (http://www.dynamicnumber.org). With funding from the NSF, KCP Technolog...

### Solving One Step Equations Graphic Organizer

This organizer allows students to explore three different ways to solve one step equations. Students are asked to draw a math model using algebra tiles, write out the steps for solving, and solve using the traditional method. You can customize this organizer by filling in your own equations. The...