Few topics in middle school math are as challenging, or as important, as Expressions and Equations. Using the Always, Sometimes, Never method to practice expressions and equations will make a huge difference in success.
With this resource, your students will use Always, Sometimes, Never Proofs to practice expressions and equations with letter variables through engaging and hands-on Google Slides activities. They will use interactive digital tools (Google Slides) to build student engagement and generate meaningful math discussions.
(Common Core Standard 6.EE.A.2,3,4,5 and 6)
You’ll also save time by using the pre-made activities. And the completed activities make for a great formative assessment or an artifact for student portfolios.
Low Floor, High Ceiling Math Task
Supports Deep Conceptual Understanding
Aligned to Standards (6.EE.A.2,3,4,5 and 6)
Promotes Student Discourse
Minimal Prep Time
Easy to Edit and Create More Activities
These Equations with Shape Variables activities contain everything you need to teach this lesson with minimal prep time:
Editable Google Slides activity – added to your Google Drive
Practice problems with manipulatives that are ready to go
Video: How to edit Google Master Slides