# Writing Algebraic Expressions

Practice writing expressions with variables with these printable worksheets and task cards.

## Level: Basic(1-Step; No Parenthesis)

Write algebraic expressions. example: What is the sum of a and 8? - a+8
5th through 7th Grades
Write an expression with a variable for each situation.
Write algebraic expressions based on the situations given.
Match the one-step algebraic expressions with the situations described in words.
5th through 7th Grades
Use these 30 task cards to help your students learn to write algebraic expressions. These cards work well for classroom scavenger hunts, peer tutoring, learning centers, and document cameras.

## Level: Advanced(2-Step w/ Parenthesis)

Write an algebraic expression to math each given phrase.
On this worksheet, students will use variables to write algebraic expressions to represent the 10 situations described.
On this worksheet, students write two-step expressions. Many include variables.
Print out this worksheet and have your students match the two-step algebraic expressions on the left to the correct situations on the right.
6th and 7th Grades
Write an expression for each situation given. This set includes 30 task cards.
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