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Get these fun area worksheets for your students to enjoy. It's a mystery picture activity that you can use as quick assessment, math center activity, homework or general practice.
To uncover the mystery pictures, they must first correctly answer the problems. Then, they have to match their answers

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This is a quick worksheet that reviews the Distributive Property. Students draw an area model to multiply 7 x 15 two ways.
Go Math Lesson 2.5
CC.4.NBT.5

This stand alone lesson uses the rectangle area to model products of one, two a three digit whole numbers. In addition, factored form and expanded form are introduced here.

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Practice worksheet that has students using area models to distribute variable expressions. Students will both expand and factor expressions. The area of two rectangles is seen as both a product and a sum. Students will start to see these as equivalent expressions. Can be used for independent, group,

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Students will practice writing equivalent expressions using area models. Students will also draw area models to match given expressions. This sheets meets the CCSS 6.EE.A.2B and 6.EE.A.3

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This CCSS aligned division packet includes 16 practice sheets filled with practice division 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: 4th Grade Math Practice Sheet BUNDLE: All 4th Grade Standards

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 Bundle: Practice Sheets, Assessment, & Learning Posters

This CCSS aligned multiplication packet includes 21 practice sheets filled with practice multiplication problems (for 2-digit factors), 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

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Also included in: 4.NBT.5 Bundle: Practice Sheets, Assessment, & Learning Posters

This unit contains material you can use to help you review, assess, or teach how to find whole number quotients of whole numbers up to 4 digit dividends and 2 digit divisors using strategies based on relating multiplication to division, place value, distributive property, area models, and partial qu

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This power point helps students apply their knowledge of the Distributive Property to finding the area of large rectangles and/or split apart rectangles.
The power point with full animations. These animations help the teacher teach this tough concept step-by-step, and it allows the students to se

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This is a two page worksheet for students to practice using the box method or distributive property to solve 2-digit x 2-digit multiplication equations. The worksheet includes the boxes for students to write in. This can be used as homework practice after using the Flip and Multiply game in the clas

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Help your students develop a concrete understanding of the Distributive Property and combining like terms with these discovery worksheets. First, students use area and length models to find the area of a rectangle as a sum and as a product, resulting in the discovery of the Distributive Property.

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Practice sheet for finding area using the distributive property. Gives a model for each problem and guides students through the steps of distribution, progressively giving less scaffolding with the last problem.

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Teach to the new common core with these in depth distributive property and combining like terms worksheets. IT includes visual models to develop conceptual understanding of these concepts. Worksheets are detailed. Also, includes folding notes and very practical applications of these concepts. I

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This is a double set of task cards designed to support Common Core 5.NF.B.4, which is multiplying mixed numbers using the area model. There are 28 task cards in 2 separate decks (total of 56 cards). They use the identical models, but are labeled differently to meet the needs of different students.

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This is your chance to have high-quality practice sheets using the distributive property! This set includes 2 example pages of how-to-use the distributive property using area, 2 practice pages breaking apart multiplication equations, and 3 practice pages breaking apart area models. It also include

1. These Lesson Plans explain that rectangles can be tiled to model the distributive property of multiplication. The distributive property is a strategy that is used in the third grade to assist with the learning of the more "difficult" multiplication facts.
For example: (7 x 8) = (7 x 4) + (7 x

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I have created 2 worksheets where students have to determine which equation can be used to find the area of a given rectangle (5 problems)and which area model goes with a given equation 4 problems). I have also included an answer document.

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This 6 problem worksheet will help your students gain a better understanding of the Distributive Property.
Each expression can be represented in words, expanded form and with an area model.
It could be used for notes, guided practice or homework.

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Teaching distributive property of multiplication can be taught in two lessons. I teach them to write the multiplication problem in a Distributive property form and solve them mathematically. We spend the next day rewriting each problem in the distributive property and solving them using the area mod

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Included is a worksheet for students to practice solving division through the use of area models, the distributive property, and long division.

Area Model Multiplication Worksheets-Instructions on how to do Area Models. -Times Tables - 50 mixed multiplication problems at different levels to prepare.-Multiplication Strategies - Decompose using distributive property to make harder math facts easier. Ex. 6x9 = (3x9) + (3x9).-Third grade: area

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“Can you do addition?” the White Queen asked. “What’s one and one and one and one and one and one and one and one and one and one?”
“I don’t know,” said Alice. “I lost count.”
- Lewis Carroll
Through the Looking Glass
This quote reminds us that students can often lose their place and get lost in Ma

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Multiplication and division using area models understanding distributive properties and using related facts to connect both skills. A simple and easy way for your students to understand . They will love it. Have Fun!!!!

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