Instead we did this.

These are pages 5-6 |

The problems went at the top of the page and each student was given a pink and green piece of paper as well as a pink and green highlighter. We wrote step 1 in the pink box and step 2 in the green box. We worked out the two sample problems showing only step 1 in the pink box and step 2 in the green box.

At the bottom we showed how to check our work. On the right hand side I gave them four problems. They had to highlight the first step in pink and the second step in green. After they found the answer they were expected to show their answer checked next to each problem.

These pages were effective for my students but I think next year I will change it up. I was having a hard time trying to come up with something to do for two-step equations that wasn't a fold-able. I will say I did notice students using the pink and green highlighters on their homework and our other classroom practice.