# 6th Grade Common Core: 6.EE.2

Common Core Identifier: 6.EE.2 / Grade: 6

Curriculum: Expressions And Equations: Apply And Extend Previous Understandings Of Arithmetic To Algebraic Expressions.

Detail: Write, read, and evaluate expressions in which letters stand for numbers.

21 Common Core State Standards (CCSS) aligned worksheets found:
Complete the tables by substituting different numbers for variables.

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Evaluate each expression; Substitute numbers for variables to solve.

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Students will find the value of a variable when 2 variables are given.

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Learn to identify constants, variables, expressions, and equations.

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Students will solve for one of the two missing variables.

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Determine which algebraic equations are true, and which ones are not.

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Write simple expressions in algebraic form with a variable

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Another worksheet in which students are required to find the value of the variables.

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Print out this worksheet and have your students match the two-step algebraic expressions on the left to the correct situations on the right.

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Write an algebraic expression to math each given phrase.

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Determine the value of the variable in each equation. The equations all include the number 2,024.

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Write algebraic expressions based on the situations given.

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Cut out the squares and square roots and glue them next to their equivalent number.

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Write an expression with a variable for each situation.

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Students will evaluate expressions with one and two variables with values for the variables given.

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Find the value of the variable in each algebraic equation. Each problem includes the number 24 somewhere in it.

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On this worksheet, students will use variables to write algebraic expressions to represent the 10 situations described.

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Why did the scarecrow win the Nobel Prize? Solve basic algebraic equations to find out. (example: 27 + x = 39)

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Here's another fortune teller game that requires players to find the squares of certain numbers. Color, cut, fold, and play!

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