## Monday, March 22, 2021

### FREE MATH LESSON - “Escape Room Expressions Freebie | Distance Learning”

Do you love using Escape Room activities, but hate the prep? Then look no further, this resource is low prep and highly engaging. It can be used with or without technology and requires no lock boxes or elaborate set ups! Try this FREEBIE out today to see what my Escape Rooms are all about!

**TECH FREE AND GOOGLE FORM VERSION INCLUDED**

Escape room style math review. This escape room will review evaluating expressions and identifying equivalent expressions content, in a fun, engaging way! It covers the 6th-grade CCSS 6.EE.1, 6.EE.2, 6.EE.3, and 6.EE.4.

There are 3 levels of rigorous content they need to work through.

Level 1 (5-digit code)

Students work through questions about evaluating expressions and identifying equivalent expressions. 6.EE.1-6.EE.4

Level 2 (5-digit code)

Students work through questions about evaluating expressions and identifying equivalent expressions. 6.EE.1-6.EE.4

Level 3 (5-digit code)

Students work through questions about evaluating expressions and identifying equivalent expressions. 6.EE.1-6.EE.4

This is a great way to review expressions and evaluating expressions content you've taught in 6th grade or a great way to review previously learned content with 7th graders. Make the days leading up to your assessment fun with this rigorous and engaging math review.

**This resource was featured in the TPT Secondary (6-12) Newsletter!

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