This 48-question circuit is perfect to help review for an end of year algebra one exam, or to use as a back-to-school refresher for algebra two. The problems can all be worked without a calculator, bt this does not make them easy! I have based the questions on PARCC and CCSS items.

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Strengthen students' skills with these two placemat activities that include practice solving linear equations with variables on both sides and linear equations involving proportions.

I wrote these circuits to get algebra one students familiar with some of the new ninth grade algebra Common Core State Standards (CCSS). In fact, many of these problems were inspired by the new PARCC assessment items. Students will be highly engaged with the circuit format as they work problems and progress towards deeper fluency and understanding.

These problem cards will provide lots of practice! Here are 48 problems to use to practice multiplying and dividing algebraic fractions with factoring. Simple activity suggestions are included. This set of questions is very versatile and good for use in an Algebra I or Algebra II course. Questions can be sorted to make an easier set or a more challenging one. CCSS A-APR