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Pages
2 Pages
Subject
Math, Algebra, Games
Languages
English
Product
Digital
Grade
8th, 9th, 10th
Resource Type
Activities, Math Centers, Worksheets
Standard
Common Core Mathematics Standards

Description

Have you ever played the New York Times game, "Connections"? This worksheet combines this premise with math to put an exciting spin on learning.

Students will solve or simplify the sixteen problems. Then they will inspect the answers and try to find similarities. The sixteen answers can be grouped into four smaller sub groups ranging in difficulty from easy to tricky to find (yellow, green, blue, purple). Each group will have a distinct trait that puts them in this group.

Students can check to make sure a group is correct before trying to find another group. If they guess wrong, they check off a mistake box. Student should try to get all four groups with the least amount of mistakes!

How this activity can be used:
Classroom Activity: Use it as an engaging group activity in math class to foster collaboration and critical thinking among students.
Homework Assignment: Assign it as homework to reinforce concepts taught in class and provide extra practice with equations and pattern recognition.
Math Centers: Incorporate it into math centers or stations for students to work on independently or in small groups.
Test Preparation: Use it as a review tool to help students prepare for an upcoming test.
Enrichment Activity: Offer it to advanced students as an enrichment activity to challenge their problem-solving abilities.
Substitute Teacher Plans: Include it in lesson plans for substitute teachers to ensure students have a meaningful and educational activity to work on in your absence.
Home- Schooling: Use the worksheet at home for additional practice.
Assessment Tool: Employ it as a formative assessment to gauge students' understanding of equations and their ability to recognize patterns and group related concepts.
Have you ever played the New York Times game, "Connections"? This worksheet combines this premise with math to put an exciting spin on learning. Students will solve or simplify the sixteen problems. Then they will inspect the answers and try... more
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