## Algebra Planet Blaster

Students solve one and two step equations and shoot at the planet with the correct answer.

## Algebraic Symbolism

Students have to match the words with the equation.

## Battleship Equations

Students play Battleship against the computer. In order to "hit" the enemy's ship, the student must correctly solve an equation.

## Connect Four with Algebra

This is a partner game the students can use to solve equations. Sixth grade only needs to work with one step equations, two step equations, and the distributive property.

## Equation Buster (one step)

This activity has students practice identifying what step they have to do to be able to solve the equation.

## Equation Buster (two step)

This activity has students practice identifying the two steps in order that they have to do to solve the equation.

## Equation Match

This matching game has students solve equations and match them to another equation that's answer will be the same.

## Escape Planet X

This has students practice putting words into equations. For each correct answer, they earn a piece of the rocketship so it can take off.

## Hoop Shoot (one step)

This website allows students to practice solving one step equations involving addition and subtraction in the top version of the game and the bottom version uses multiplication and division.

## Hoop Shoot (two step)

This game allows students to practice solving two step equations.

## Late Delivery

Students use substitution to solve the given equations and must select the mail with the correct answer.

## Math with Kiwi

Students solve multiple choice questions that require students to solve for a variable in an equation.

## Rags to Riches

This "Millionaire" style game has students combine like terms and solve for the variable.

## Study Stack Matching

Students match one step equations with their answers.

## X Equals Combined Version

This game has students practice finding each step in a two step equation.

## XP Math (addition equations)

Students race a timer to see how many addition equations they can solve before time runs out.

## XP Math (division equations)

Students race a timer to see how many division equations they can solve before time runs out.

## XP Math (multiplication equations)

Students race a timer to see how many multiplication equations they can solve before time runs out.

## XP Math (subtraction equations)

Students race a timer to see how many subtraction equations they can solve before time runs out.

## XP Math (two step)

Students race a timer to see how many two step equations they can solve before time runs out.