What's in my bag? Simple Algebraic substitution

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A PowerPoint starting with the simple rules of algebraic substitution and finishing with a puzzle where an algebraic code leads to objects found in my bag.

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July 2016
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May 2012
My class loved this, Thanks!!
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April 2012
Great - thank you for sharing
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April 2012
Just what I need. Thanks
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March 2012
Just at the right level for an introduction. Thank you
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February 2012
Just what I was looking for, thanks for sharing :)
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December 2011
Great! I love it! The children in my top set are getting on fine with their work now! I also love how you have done all the effects!
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November 2011
Great introduction to substitution with a top set. They were very inventive with their own!
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November 2011
Thanks. With some adaptation students "won" items like chocolate, pen, ruler and most amusingly a potato. Caused a lot of laughter and enjoyment.