Students will practice solving proportions (including those that result in a simple one-step equation, a multi-step linear equation with variables on both sides, and a multi-step quadratic equation with variables on both sides) with this “Rolling Review” Dice Game activity.

**There are three versions included with this resource:**

• **Version 1: **Simple proportions that result in a** one-step linear equation.
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**Version 2:**Proportions that result in a

**linear equation**with variables on both sides.

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**Version 3:**Proportions that result in a

**quadratic equation**with variables on both sides.

Students are paired up and assigned half of the board. They roll two dice to see which problems they are solving. For example, if they roll a 1 and a 6, then Partner A completes (6, 1) and Partner B completes (1, 6) on the board. Both students should get the same answer. If not, they trade papers to see if they can help identify any mistakes.

Partners switch roles rolling the dice and solving the problems until they have filled the entire board. I have students highlight the problems as they go so they know which ones they have already done.

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**Algebra 1 Curriculum (with Activities)
Algebra 1 Activities Bundle**

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