Identifying Parts of an Expression Guided Notes with Doodles | Sketch Notes


Make identifying parts of an expression fun with this 12-page packet of self-contained lessons! It includes guided notes with doodles, practice worksheets, mazes, color-by-number and doodling activities, and real-life applications. This is a vocabulary-heavy lesson where students learn about terms, variables, coefficients, constants, factors, products, and quotients.

Why you'll love this

This product contains scaffolded notes to help introduce the topic, three different activities (maze, doodle/color by number, regular worksheet) to practice, and a real-life application page to connect math to real life. Students will learn about the different parts of algebraic expressions and how expressions are used in computer programming to design websites. This product is part of the Expressions Bundle: Read, Write, Evaluate Expressions!

It's print-and-go and artsy. If your students love color by number, color by code, or sketch notes, they'll love these lessons.

What's included... (12 pages total)

✅ Guided Notes on Parts of an Expression (2 pages)

✅ Practice Problems (1 page)

✅ Maze: Check for Understanding (1 page)

✅ Doodle Math: Solve problems to unlock doodle patterns to finish a Doodle Math art piece - a fresh twist on color by number or color by code (1 page)

✅ Real Life Application (1 page)

✅ Answer Key (6 pages)

Great for…

⭐ Introductory Lessons

⭐ Graphic Organizers

⭐ Scaffolded Notes

⭐ Interactive Notebooks

⭐ Review Lessons

⭐ Class Discussions

⭐ Extra Practice

⭐ Homework

Standards covered...

6.EE.A.2b Identify parts of an expression using mathematical terms (sum, term, product, factor, quotient, coefficient); view one or more parts of an expression as a single entity.

Reviews for my other products…

⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Karen S. - “Just a good fun activity during the holidays for practicing skills! Great product!”

⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐️ Christine M. - “I put this out as an extra credit assignment for my 8th graders at the end of the square and cube roots unit.  The students who chose to do it seemed to enjoy the "doodle" part because it was different than a typical color by number task.  Thank you!”

⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Carly S. - “My students really loved this and it worked really well in my classroom!”

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