Free worksheets for evaluating simple expressions - for prealgebra and algebra

I have just finished making another worksheet generator, this time for evaluating simple expressions (finding the value of an expression) when the value(s) for the variable(s) are given.

This is a skill practiced in grades 6-8, and specifically in pre-algebra and algebra 1 courses.

The worksheets look kind of like this:



Here are some quick links. Refresh the worksheet page to get another of the same kind, until you are happy with the problems & layout.
Level 1: usually one operation, no negative numbers in the expressions
Level 1: usually one operation, variable may be negative/positive integer
Level 1: usually one operation, variables and the constant may be negative/positive integers

Levels 1 & 2: variables have positive integer values
Levels 1 & 2: variables and constants are negative or positive integers
Levels 1 & 2: variables and constant are positive and may have one decimal digit

Levels 2 & 3: variables and constants are positive integers
Levels 2 & 3: some variables and constant may be negative integers
Levels 2 & 3: variables and constant may be negative and may have one decimal digit

Use the generator yourself to create and customize the worksheets as you like.

Enjoy!

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