# Algebra Activities for Children – Worksheets, Games, Tests

Algebra activities for children in 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th and 7th Grades. Featuring resources include: Algebra worksheets, Algebra games, Algebra tests (quizzes). These resources cover topics in pre – algebra, algebra 1 and algebra 2. Click to get algebra activities below.

## Algebra Games

## Algebra Worksheets

### Algebra

### Algebraic expressions

### Decimals

### Fractions

### Geometry

### Graphing

### Square Roots

### Ratio

### Pythagoras Theory

### Percent

### Number Pattern

### Integers

### Assorted Skills

## Algebra Quizzes

**Algebra Activities for Children from 2**^{nd} to 7^{th} grades

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At low levels, kids are taught elementary algebra which differs from the very abstract form of algebra that is done by professionals within the domain. Most kids wonder how useful algebra is while others simply hate the topic or shy away from it. It is not uncommon to see kids turned off by math problems which tend to contain letters like finding ‘x’ or ‘y’ in equations. A typical example of such problems is when kids are asked to solve for ‘x’ in an equation like 3 + x = 7. Such an equation is simply saying if you add 3 to an unknown number the answer is 7, what number is it. Algebra is useful in everyday life and children should be taught to understand that when telling time, shopping for goods, spending time with friends etc, they are thinking in algebraic terms.

A good introduction to algebra is important else kids will tend to mystify this rather interesting part of mathematics. Kids as early as 1^{st} grade, start solving algebra problems even before realizing it. It is therefore important for teachers to approach the concept with some subtlety.

Math4childrenPlus has identified this challenging area in math and provided an abundance of free algebra worksheets, games and quizzes which suit the needs of all kinds of users. Worksheets and games can help teachers as extra resources for the classroom. These could also aid homeschooling moms who need to give their kids extra home on algebra.