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Description: Factor 5 is a quick, fun way to practice pulling the greatest common factor (GCF) from a sum of two numbers. The goal is to leave the answer as the product of the GCF and a sum of two numbers. For example: 36 + 8 = 4(9 + 2)
This activity aligns with CCCS 6.NS.4.
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Description: Factor 5 is a quick, fun way to practice pulling the greatest common factor (GCF) from a sum of two numbers. The goal is to leave the answer as the product of the GCF and a sum of two numbers. For example: 3a + 18 = 3(a + 6)
This activity aligns with CCCS 6.EE.A.3, 7.EE.A.1 8.EE.C.7

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Description: Factor 5 is a quick, fun way to practice pulling the greatest common factor (GCF) from a sum of two numbers. The goal is to leave the answer as the product of the GCF and a sum of two numbers and variables. For example: 24x + 18y = 6(4x + 3y)
This activity aligns with CCCS 6.EE.A.3.an

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This task was developed based on the mistakes that I saw when my sixth graders were factoring two addends. Error analysis is an excellent strategy to help students better understand concepts and to support analytical thinking. This task requires students to find and describe errors and to correctl

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Use distributive property to remove parenthesis. Identify all the factors of a number. Use the GCF to factor each expression.

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Using the GCF to factor an expression with numbers and variables. This worksheet uses fluency and concept development.

This set of task cards provide students with practice solving two- step inequalities.
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• 24 Task Cards (full size & quarter-page)
• Power Point version to play MATHO (Math Bingo)
• Student Recording Sheet
• Answer Key
• 32- Unique MATHO Game Boards
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Description: Factor 5 is a quick, fun way to practice pulling the greatest common factor (GCF) from a sum of two numbers. The goal is to leave the answer as the product of the GCF and a sum of two numbers and variables. This set focuses on factoring out a negative number. For example: -8a - 32b = -8

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This is a graphic organizer to be used as notes or a reference sheet on how to use the distributive property and to factor an algebraic expression. Definitions are also provided for algebraic expressions, terms, coefficients, and factors.

Review of properties and factoring
Great for early finishers or enrichment activities!
Answer to riddle: "It Makes Perfect Cents"

16 task cards, student recording sheet, and answer key.
Task cards skills include- distributive property, factoring, and equivalent expressions

24 Task Cards on GCF, LCM, Distributive Property & FactoringRecording Sheet included

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This is an interactive set of notes for applying the distributive property and factoring expressions. This activity also includes a set of practice problems to check for understanding. It is color coded interactive file that can be copied for each student to use in Google Classroom.

Help students to make connections between distributive property and geometry through the use of area models (area of rectangles). Using visual models to demonstrate the distributive property helps struggling learners understand conceptually. Algebraic thinkers need visual models to help them make

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Using the GCF to factor a problem pertaining to the Distributive Property

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Foldable notes detailing the steps of distributive property and factoring.

Takes students step-by-step through the distributive property of multiplication using a factor of 7. They practice using this property by partitioning the 7 into 5 and 2.

This HUGE (over 300 pages) Algebra bundle contains a full-year of scaffolded notes, interactive notebook activities, and quick checks for understanding for 11 units of study and two mini-units, perfect for Algebra 1 students. There are over 150 scaffolded note activities that contain sample teacher

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This CCSS aligned multiplication packet includes 14 practice sheets filled with practice multiplication problems, example problems, and step-by-step directions. These can be used to introduce a concept, review a concept, or send home as reinforcement for homework. An answer key is provided.
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Also included in: 4.NBT.5 MEGA Bundle: Practice, Assessment, Posters, Matching Cards

This bundled lesson includes a PPT (saved as a PDF) for introducing matching area models with equivalent expressions. In my classroom, I use CPS (clickers) and the students vote on which expression is equivalent to the area model shown. Each area model has a matching addition expression {72+ 81}, ex

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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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Also included in: Equivalent Expressions BUNDLE

Applying the distributive property and the ability to factor are two major skills taught in 6th grade that are necessary for understanding in future math courses. These task cards give your students the practice they need in factoring within the distributive property! These task cards only involve

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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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Also included in: Equivalent Expressions BUNDLE

The distributive property of multiplication state that multiplying two factors together gives the same result as breaking one factor into two addends, multiplying both addends with the remaining factor, then adding both products together.
Why not make this fun and make a connection with mouse ears.

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