Math Lesson Plan: Algebra Simplifying Trail

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Treasure hunt - students have a handout full of algebra questions they have to answer and to find the answers around the classroom/corridor/school and write the corresponding symbol.

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January 2016
69 can also mean a sex position of two people. I would change a few symbols
July 2014
fun might be a little time consuming once having figured the answer then decode the answer and put it together but still very fun for the kids
July 2013
I think my students will really enjoy this. Thanks.
June 2013
Nice activity, but I think it is more challenging if the mathematical sentences are harder.
May 2013
The answer is "Simplifying algebra is easy." It's a fun drill activity, but I prefer more actual problem solving.
November 2012
I really like this lesson, but agreed I need the answer key. Once I have it, I will definitely use it!
October 2012
I love this lesson for decodeing but I need to have an answer key.
September 2012
My students really enjoyed this! Thanks
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June 2012
Fantastic resource! Thanks for sharing
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May 2012
Brilliant!!! Kids who are normally off task really enjoyed this! Loved the way the questions got harder and harder but they managed it! Thank you for sharing your hard work.
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April 2012
Great - thanks for sharing.
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March 2012
This looks excellent. Much appreciated that you've shared it. Thanks
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March 2012
Brilliant resource! I look forward to you making more! It is resources like this that should win prizes.
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March 2012
Love this. Thanks!
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November 2011
I am using this resource again this year. Has been a success inthe past and I am now adapting it for use on the Promethean board for team discussions. Originals are laminated as suggested so have been used by others in the dept. Thanks for this resource