Next, we glued in our first pocket of the year. I pre-printed the steps for evaluating expressions on the pocket. Super proud of how it turned out!

Inside the pocket, we put four practice problems that we completed. See all those lovely parentheses?!?

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- Evaluating Expressions Question Stack Activity – Advanced
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- Evaluating Expressions Question Stack Activity – Basic
- Evaluating Expressions Sorting Cards Activity
- Algebraic Oath Cards

Unknown

Tuesday 14th of August 2018

I am a student that received that same homework and I ended up with only 4 that evaluate to 36. ?

rokershner

Wednesday 20th of September 2017

Girl! Did you get OK Teacher of the Year or not!!! I can't stand the suspense! :)

Mary Anne Hardy

Wednesday 20th of September 2017

I absolutely LOVE the parenthetical promise sheet! I covered evaluating expressions in my honors algebra one yesterday but I printed this out and used it today as my lesson opener to emphasize this important fact! Thank you so much!

Unknown

Tuesday 19th of September 2017

Loving your blog! I actually used this with my algebra class today. Plus the exponents with a negative that you had posted previously. Wonderful resources. Thanks so much!