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Practice your algebraic vocabulary skills.

This old-school Pac Man game practices combining like terms, substitution, and the distributive property.

Translating algebraic expressions into words can be tricky. Use these for extra practice.

Use this dynamic paper to create and print graph paper just right for your algebra needs.

This game is nice for those of you who need a little more practice plotting points.

Use this simple game to practice graphing lines starting with simple ones and gradually increasing to harder ones.

Although this line-of-best-fit application can be used for statistics, it is also a good way to explore graphing lines.

Working on graphing lines in slope-intercept form? This fun game will help with that.

Having trouble with Question #1 on Quiz #1? Try this.

Working on patterns? Try this application with three different dot patterns.

Find patterns in this function machine to stop the creature. This is a good example of how patterns lead to equations.

This mixture application is best for students working with more advanced pre-algebra concepts. It is a great introduction to mixture problems.

Need to work on algebraic word problems? try these.

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This balance- scale tool allows you to enter two different numerical expressions and explore their equivalency. It does not input variables.

This balance-scale tool explores the relationships between different shapes. Itâ€™s a great application to being exploring algebraic relationships.

This balance scale allows the input of variables too. It also helps solve the equation step by step.

See how many one or two-step equations you can solve in one minute.

With this simple game you can practice solving basic equations and equations with variables on both sides.

This game helps practice translating verbal expressions into algebraic ones and then solving for the missing number. Try the harder levels that use all operations and negative numbers too.

This fun puzzle will get you thinking about solving systems of equations with three variables. However, it is presented in a way pre-algebra students can understand.

Did you like playing Connect Four as a kid? Try is again by first solving algebraic equations.