## Solving Equations work booklet

### A free booklet on solving equations with worked examples, problem solving and questions for students.

Print the first two pages double-sided and fold down the centered dotted line to create a booklet.

The booklet covers several types of equations including:

One-step equations.

Two-step equations.

Equations with the variable on both sides.

Equations with fractions.

Setting up and solving equations from worded questions.

Problem-solving questions.

There are worked examples and then questions for the students to try.

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## Algebraic Fractions Puzzle

A range of differentiated algebraic fractions to be simplified and arranged as a puzzle.

An engaging way to have your students practice simplifying algebraic fractions.

A few of my other resources you may like:

Multiplying Binomials by expanding brackets Bingo! activity

Factoring Simple Quadratics Bingo!

Factoring Harder Quadratics Bingo! activity

Back to school first lesson warm-up math game

Factoring Quadratics coloring activity

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## Sine Rule FREE worksheet: Finding Missing Sides

A simple one-page worksheet with solutions on finding the missing sides in non-right angled triangles using the sine rule.

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## Combining Like Terms

A FREE & engaging classroom game on combining like terms that you can download now.

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## Martin Luther King Day FREE Puzzle

Martin Luther King Day FREE Puzzle designed as a classroom activity.
Students cut out the jumbled puzzle pieces and put together by matching MLK facts with their answers to form a hexagonal puzzle.

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## Free Math Teaching Resources

If you are a math teacher and would like to access some free teaching resources (including games, puzzles, and activities) then scan the QR code on the left (or alternatively use this link: FREE MATH RESOURCE) to be sent a free resource of your choice.
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