Writing Algebraic Expressions

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Writing Algebraic Expressions Math Game

Students will practice writing algebraic expressions. This engaging math game will help students grasp basic algebra skills. In this interactive math lesson, students will accomplish the following tasks:

* Choose the phrase that matches the algebraic expression.

* Choose the algebraic expression that represents the situation in a word problem.

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Common Core Standard Alignment

Algebraic Thinking and Operations

Interpret and Write Numerical Expressions

Students should be able to demonstrate proficiency in writing simple expressions that record calculations with numbers. Students should also be able to easily interpret numerical expressions without evaluating them.

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