# Simplify each expression

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Help Oobie find his MP3 Player. Simplify each expression to determine if the given answer is correct. If it is color in the block, and simplify neighboring blocks. You may only move horizontally and vertically.

Students will practice simplifying expressions by distributing and combining like terms with this pyramid sum puzzle activity.

Multiplying: Expand each expression then evaluate Simplify each expression. Simplify each expression. Power to a Power Expand each expression a...

Warm Up Simplify each expression by combining like terms. 1. 4x + 2x 2. 3y + 7y 3. 8p – 5p 4. 5n + 6n 2 Simplify each expression. 5. 3(x + 4) 6. –2(t.

Math Teachers Got Problems is providing you with an engaging and fun way for students to practice simplifying expressions by combining like terms. The activity requires students to simplify each expression to determine what fun facial feature to add to each Emoji.

The expression word scramble is a fun way to practice the distributive property and combining like terms. Students will need to simplify each expression in order to determine equivalent expressions. Each group of equivalent expressions forms a word. The words can then be rearranged to form a sentence.

Fun activity! Exponent Hurdles Task Cards: Practice with simplifying exponents (multiplying/dividing powers, using zero & negative exponents, and using the Power to a Power Rule.) Common Core Standard 8.EE.1 is the focus of this activity. Here's how you can use this in your classroom: 1. Task card activity. Instructions/descriptions of cards included in the preview. 2. Review stations/test review 3. Differentiation. As students progress through each "hurdle," the problems get more…

Students will practice simplifying expressions by combining like terms in this fun matching activity! Students will cut apart 20 cards, simplify each expression, and make matching sets of cards that simplify to the same expression. The expressions are of varying difficulty - expressions with integers and multiple variables and exponents are included.

⚡Presentation "Multi-Step Equations We must simplify each expression on the equal sign to look like a one, two, three step equation."