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Simplify Expressions (Combine like terms and Distributive Property): Math Detective is an engaging way to practice and review simplifying algebraic expressions. Students follow clues to simplify expressions all to solve a mystery that takes students "traveling" around Greece in search of the missi

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Also included in: Algebra 1 Math Detective Bundle for 8 Algebra 1 Curriculum Topics

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This resource helps students understand how to simplify expressions. Students will learn to combine like terms, distribute with algebraic expressions, and factor expressions. Students will also use tables, graphs, expressions and verbal descriptions to represent one function.
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My students were struggling with the difference between combining like terms and the distributive property, so I created this activity to shore up some differences.
First, we did a guided example of each before they took a few minutes to complete an example independently. What followed was a highl

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This resource is a fun way for students to practice their skills in combining like terms using the distributive property. It is includes 10 station cards and the students can easily check their answer when they move to the next card. This allows the student to get immediate feedback on whether or no

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This scavenger hunt allows students to practice with combining like terms and the distributive property. There are 12 cards, a recording sheet for students and an answer key for teachers. Enjoy! **No integers!**
Item also available in my Math Scavenger Hunt - Bundle and Math Scavenger Hunts (Most P

Algebra Funsheets: Bundle of 14 worksheets on combining like terms, distributive and properties.Worksheet 1: Combining Like Terms 1Riddle. Singe variable expressions.Worksheet 2: Combining Like Terms 2Riddle. Singe variable expressions.Worksheet 3: Combining Like Terms 3Riddle. Singe variable te

Looking for a fun, rigorous instructional resource for combining like terms with the distributive property? Why not give coloring pages a try?
This Combining Like Terms Coloring Page will aid in student concentration and engagement, plus coloring has proven relaxation and stress relieving benefits

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This scavenger hunt allows students to practice with combining like terms and the distributive property with integers. There are 12 cards, a recording sheet for students and an answer key for teachers. Enjoy!
Here’s how to play:
- Post the cards all over your room.
- Split students up into groups (

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This pack contains 45 problems that can be used with a regular or RTI class. Use these cards as a Review, Scoot game, Around the Room, or small group math activity.
Skills Include:
Combining Like Terms with Addition and Subtraction
Distributive Property- Using a common factor
Distributive Property

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This is a great powerpoint review that can be used in many different ways! I have used it in my class while my students work out the problems on their individual whiteboards, I have placed the questions on desks for station rotations, and I have screen captured each slide to create a QR Code activit

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There are two versions included in this product. Version 1 uses only the distributive property of a single digit number to a binomial. Version 2 uses the distributive property and combining like terms. The student will match the non-simplified expression to its equivalent simplified expression.
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Students will use the distribution property to help them simplify algebraic expressions and combine like terms. Their answers will be used to color a fun back to school cartoon.

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Looking for a fun, rigorous instructional resource for combining like terms with the distributive property? Why not give coloring pages a try?
This Combining Like Terms Coloring Page will aid in student concentration and engagement, plus coloring has proven relaxation and stress relieving benefits

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This activity includes 24 task cards that cover combining like terms as well as the distributive property. There is no addition or subtraction with negative values. Please check out the preview before purchasing to ensure the difficulty level is appropriate for your students.
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Algebra Funsheets: combining like terms with distributive Riddle Sheet.Not a basic skills worksheetUp to 3 distributive per problem14 problemsTerrible riddleSample problem: 9 – (-2 – 3x) + 4(-x + 6) – x + 12 – 3(2x – 3)A version without the riddle is included. More combining like terms with distr

Want your Algebra 1 students to practice simplifying expressions? This sequencing activity will give your students engaging practice with combining like terms and the distributive property!
All problems in this activity require that students multiply a number by a sum or difference (use the distrib

Simplifying Expressions Using Distributive Properties and Like Terms!
This fun review of Simplifying Expressions includes a fun math fact! Students will simplify the expressions and use their answers to find the corresponding color. Then they'll use the color and theproblem number to color in the g

Great for independent math centers or for a small group, cooperative learning activity. Answers are included!
When having the students work in groups of 2-4 to solve, I have more than one set available so that those who finish earlier can have a second set to work on.
Option 1: I laminate them an

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Whether you are a veteran math teacher or have just been assigned to teach an ACT Prep class, this lesson is for you. It focuses on leading students to solve for variables using basic algebraic manipulation and the distributive property through step by step examples. It is scaffolded to guide part

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Welcome to a flipped classroom video! This video teaches students all about combining like terms and distributive property, and offers practice problems where students can pause the video and try it on their own. My own crazy math humor is added as well and kids love it! I have students watch the vi

This walk around activity is amazing. It keeps ALL students engaged, having fun, while being assessed all at the same time. Students start at any problem and locate the answer on another page which includes a letter which will spell out a riddle at the end. Check out the preview page and how it l

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This worksheet includes two sections. The first asks students to combine like terms. The second asks students to use the distributive property. It is a very simple and straightforward worksheet.

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Great for independent math centers or for a small group, cooperative learning activity. Answers are included!
When having the students work in groups of 2-4 to solve, I have more than one set available so that those who finish earlier can have a second set to work on.
Option 1: I laminate them an

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This is a task card activity to practice using the distributive property and combining like terms.

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