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An 11 day CCSS-Aligned Expressions Unit - including exponent notation, order of operations, evaluating expressions, properties of operations, and the distributive property.
Standards: 6.EE.1, 6.EE.2, 6.EE.3, 6.EE.4, 6.EE.6
Texas Teacher? Grab the TEKS-Aligned Expressions Unit. Please don’t purc

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This fun graphic organizer activity will help your students combine like terms to simplify expressions. Your students can race to the top of these 6 pyramids by combining like terms along the way. Can they reach the top with the correct expressions? With the included KEY, you can check their prog

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Now includes addition AND subtraction!
Give your students a bit of a variety in the math classroom with this Guess & Match! The game requires students to factor and apply the distributive property to identify equivalent expressions. There are 108 cards for student use (52 matches). There are

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Combining Like Terms guided notes Power Point Lesson
Included:
--43 page Power Point file
--Four page student response packet.
Possible Uses:
*Introducing the topic for the first time
*whole class review
*Independent practice.
*Centers
Interactive Features:
Some slides ask the student to wri

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Give your students a variety of practice with equivalent expressions! Use these activities again and again to keep the content fresh! Please check to see if you own any individual products before purchasing!
Buying in the bundle saves you over 30% when buying each item individually!
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This unit is available as part of the 6th Grade Math Unit Bundle . If you buy the bundle you will save 25% than if you bought each unit individually. If you try this unit and decide you would like t o purchase the bundle, we will deduct the price of the unit from the bundle. We will not be able to d

This set of 24 task cards covers writing equivalent expressions using the distributive property, identifying equivalent expressions, and applying the distributive property to an algebraic expression. These task cards are aligned with common core standard 6.EE.3. This packet also includes a recordin

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This Common Core-aligned pack includes 9 full pages (3 per topic) of practice material for algebraic expressions and equations. Contains over 70 problems, including written response problems. It includes easy to understand instructions and examples that can be used to introduce the concept, review t

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A set of 20 task cards with various expressions that require students to apply the distributive property with variables. It also requires students to work backwards, pulling a common factor out of the coefficients.
This product is included in the Equivalent Expressions Bundle. If you already ow

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Equivalent expressions sure can be tricky sometimes! They disguise themselves as another expression, but it turns out that many of them are the same!
This product gives your students an opportunity to hunt down those sneaky little guys and decide which expression they are the same as. There are 8

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About this resource :
This distributive property resource has two parts. First is a two page distributive property scaffolded worksheet that includes notes, examples, guided practice and independent practice using the distributive property.
Second is a coloring activity that allows the student to

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A fun station activity to get kids moving and working together as they simplify expressions using the distributive property. Students “solve the crime” by rotating through 8 stations and solving one problem that gives them one piece of information about the theft. Multiple choice answers include com

25 problems covering the objectives below. Can be used for review homework or as review work for early finishers. Contains both multiple choice and open ended problems.
6.NS.3 Add and Subtract Decimals -- 2 step WP
6.NS.6 Identify Integers on a number line
6.NS.8 Points on the Coordinate Plane --

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No prep! Here are notes, in class practice pages, homework assignments, study guide, review game, and a quiz for number properties, distributive property, and combining like terms. Perfect for daily use, sub plans, or intervention. Aligned to 6.EE.3 and 6.EE.4, but great for 7th and 8th grade review

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This Halloween themed resource has students match up expressions by combining like terms. A student answer page and additional work page are included. The best part? A template is included so you can create your own cards in place of those included, or make additional cards! T

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Students match expressions with the version simplified using the distributive property to complete each pair. There are 18 pairs that increase in difficulty, making them perfect for centers and differentiation. Both a color and black-and-white version is included. Aligned to CCSS 6. EE.3,, but great

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Combining Like Terms Flash Cards or Task Cards. This is a great independent activity.
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32 cards.
--16 cards ask the student to recognize like terms
--16 cards ask the student to combine like terms.
Flash Cards:
Print the questions and the answers. Copy back to back on color paper. Cut

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This is a set of cards I designed to use with Common Core 6 math. My students are working on evaluating algebraic expressions with coefficients, and then factoring out a coefficient from expressions. We have been building equations with a hands-on kit and the students are familiar with using a shap

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Algebra can be tricky for a lot of students because many tend to freeze when they see letters mixed in a math problem. Many students find that combining like terms can feel frustrating because they don't REALLY understand what is happening. This product gives these students to visually see why ter

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No prep! This fun partner game is a great way to get students to practice applying the Distributive Property. Players take turns connecting dots to close boxes. To claim the box, they must correctly apply the distributive property to the expression inside. There are 24 problems total, and an answer

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An exciting game to get kids up and moving while they practice or review the commutative, associative, and distributive properties. As they solve 12 small sets of problems correctly, students "capture" opponents' flags until all others have been eliminated. Students can play as individuals, pairs, o

30 problems in six formative mini-assessments that cover: using the distributive property to create equivalent expressions with parenthesis, creating equivalent expressions without parenthesis, and also creating equivalent expressions by combining like terms.
These assess every concept found in the

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This worksheet gives independent practice for students adding and subtraction of terms. Variations includes: variables with different exponents, distributive property, multiplying with fractions, identifying numbers of terms and nested expressions. A modified worksheet is included for differentia

2 or 3 day lesson including 19 page PowerPoint slide presentation and 5 page student workbook with assessment. Scaffolded for classroom differentiation and suitable for use with smartboard, projector, computer, pad or as printable. Workbook is great lesson for cooperative learning and math centers.

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Here's a little something that I created for teachers and students. There are poster pieces for the wall, individual cards for students, and a worksheet to practice the properties. Commutative, Associative, Distributive, and Identity Properties with definitions and examples.

This task is delivered in PDF format, ready to print.
Aligns with the following Common Core standards:
6.EE.3: Combining Like Terms in Algebraic Expressions
6.EE.3: Distributive Property in Algebraic Expressions
6.EE.4: Identifying Equivalent Expressions

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This activity gets students out of their seats. Students get to work at their own pace and think it's a game. They are highly motivated to complete a question since they can self check and get immediate feedback.
Students will complete a problem and then look for the answer on top of a different ca

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Kaboom!!! Combine Like Terms Game/Task Cards (6.EE.3)
This download contains a set of 20 Kaboom!!! game cards and 20 task cards to support CCSS 6.EE.3.
Kaboom!!! is a whole class game of skill and chance. Kaboom!!! is my best selling game and the students love the competition involved in this ga

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I created this to help my students practice recognizing the distributive, commutative, associative, and identify properties. We are practicing to review for the EOG.

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The following is a set of 20 task cards on the Distributive Property. This is part of the Common Core Standards for 6th grade: EE.3 and EE.4. The task card set comes with an answer sheet and answer key.

Make expressions concrete and real for your students with these task strips! Editable for your convenience!
One way to help your students understand factoring & distributing is to show them what it REALLY means! Using area to find equivalent expressions gives them a visual model to understand

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This powerpoint allows students to practice using the distributive property to create equivalent expressions. It also includes slides that have students finding a common factor between the terms to restate the expression.

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These 16 test prep task cards are designed to help students review the following:
Generate equivalent expressions using
1. Combining like terms
2. Distributive Property
The cards contain multiple choice questions. A recording sheet and an answer key are also included.
These cards are great for

Why not try the Combining Like Terms Bundle - 6-in-1 Activity Pack? Your kids will love the variety!
This fun graphic organizer activity will help your students combine like terms to simplify expressions. Your students can race to the top of these 6 pyramids by combining like terms along the way.

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A fun game for students to practice the distributive property--both expanding and factoring. Please check out the preview file.

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Here's a little something that I created to expose my students to the different properties. There are also a few word problems for students to review algebraic area.

CCSS 6.EE.3 Distributive Property (Numerical and Expressions) Card Sort
Directions: Students will match the two columns of cards together correctly. Activity can be completed individually, in pairs or groups
The set includes 10 problems.

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Here a little something to help your students practice combining like terms in algebraic expressions.

This PowerPoint contains 10 questions where students determine which expression does not belong. The questions are based on common errors that students make simplifying expressions and applying the distributive property. Please check out the preview file which contains 3 of the ten questions.

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Here's a little something that I created to help my students recognize multiplication and addition usage of the four properties.

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Here's a little something I created to help my students write out expressions in written and numeric forms.

Students will solve a 12 piece equation puzzle that involves simplifying expressions using the distributive property. After being given the start piece, students find the next pieces by applying the distributive property. The completed puzzle is a 3 by 4 piece rectangle.

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Here's a little something that I created to get my students to find equivalent algebraic expressions. A few of these are open ended to get my students to think.

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Here's a little something that I created to help my students visualize the area of rectangles that include variables.

Looking for step by step instructions for interactive note booking while teaching combining like terms? This file is exactly what you need! There are complete instructions for notebook organization and how students use a self assessment stop light graphic organizer to communicate their comprehension

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Use this Common Core resource to help students make connections using distributive properties in expressions: 24x + 18y to produce the equivalent expression 6(4x + 3y). Slide/sheet is set up for students to describe this process sequentially and then space is provided for them to create their own di

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25 problems covering the objectives below. Can be used for review homework or as review work for early finishers.
6.RP.1 Divide Fractions
6.NS.4 GCF Distributive Property
6.NS.6a Points on the Coordinate Plane
6.EE.2a Write Expressions
6.EE.3 Generate expr

This flip-chart was created with Activ-Inspire software. Students will use shapes to represent numbers and variables to combine like terms of expressions and use distributive property. I will email the shapes template to purchasers. Detailed directions are included for the teacher. You are able

This is a fun class game for students to practice the distributive property-both expanding and factoring. Please check out the preview file which contains 2 of the 6 questions. This is a powerpoint file.

With this purchase you will receive a Google Form Quiz on equivalent expressions. The instructions are easy to follow for you to make a copy of the quiz to your Google Drive. Then you can assign to your students using Google Classroom or some other method.
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No prep. No paper. No materials to worry about!
Want a fun way to practice simple distribution (standard 6.EE.3)? Students use distribution to match up equivalent expressions. They drag the circle over its equivalent expression until all circles have been used. You can use this as homework, an extr

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This activity provides students with practice with combining like terms in order to be successful with evaluating expressions. It has been created to use with small groups of students.

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