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Hands-on, fun learning with the distributive property! Keep your students engaged with these fun activities while they’re practicing the distributive property. This product includes 2 activities – 1) a “create your own” distributive expression practice where students build dice and then roll a pai

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Looking for a fun interactive teaching idea for the distributive property? Well look no further as Distributive Property of Multiplication Task Cards, for CCSS 3.OA.5, will serve as an exciting lesson plan for 3rd grade elementary school classrooms. This is a great resource to incorporate into your

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This puzzle is an engaging way for your students to practice the distributive property of multiplication over addition and subtraction!
This puzzle is pre-jumbled so it requires no cutting by the teacher! Pass worksheets out to students, and they can carefully cut out their own puzzles to complete

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Small-group algebra activity requires students to use the Distributive Property to cut and sort three sets of rectangles into complete equations.
Contains 72 rectangles in all, plus answer keys. Three sets of varying difficulty makes this activity easy to differentiate.
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This is an activity that I created based upon a teaching method that I employ to assist my students in understanding how to apply the distributive property. Frequently when I teach my students how to use the distributive property with just multiplication techniques the students often obtain an inco

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Each student receives four puzzle pieces to solve. In groups of four, they combine their 16 pieces to make one big 4x4 square puzzle.
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In this activity, students will practice showing the distributive property by matching a fact (such as 54 X 2) with 2 equations using the distributive property, such has 2 X (50 + 4) and (2 X 50) + (2 X 4). Just laminate the sheet on colored paper, cut out the cards, and have students race individua

Distributive Property Puzzle: My students love these puzzles! I put them in pairs and they work together to compete against other groups to see who will finish their puzzle first! Middle schoolers LOVE competition! This is a fun and education way to promote competition in your classroom! Included: ↳

This activity allows students to explore the distributive property while working in a group.

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This pair of games is a fun way for your students to learn about distributive property. This is intended to be used as a game for the whole class, in math centers, small group instruction, or cooperative learning activities. They will have fun and practice a tic tac toe game and a maze.
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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!**
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Looking for a fun interactive teaching idea for the distributive property? Well look no further as Distributive Property of Multiplication Game Puzzles, for CCSS 3.OA.5, will serve as an exciting lesson plan for 3rd grade elementary school classrooms. This is a great resource to incorporate into you

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In this hands-on activity, students practice solving equations using the distributive property and combining like terms. This activity promotes active engagement and mathematical discussions as students work together to match their problems and answers and solve the puzzle. If they solve the problem

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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Distributive Property of Multiplication - 3.OA.5
Common Core Math Practice & Assessments
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Explanation Page with Examples
72 Commutative Flash Cards to Match
Leveled Assessment with Answer Key
4 Problems on Each Page
3 Levels of Assessment/Practice
Common Core Standard Poster

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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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This pack is a series of games to help students practice how to use the distributive property. This is intended to be used as review games for the whole class, in math centers, small group instruction, or cooperative learning activities.This distributive property activity pack includes a cootie catc

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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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"Write-Around" is a strategy I enjoy using when Algebra becomes "multi-step"! Groups of no more than 5 students are given these sheets such that every student starts with a different problem. Each student only solves the NEXT step of the problem, passing the paper on to the next person to complete

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Included in this zipped file are two sets of 30 distributive property task cards. The first set is a basic version where most problems consist of something similar to this: 2(2x+6). The second set has more difficult problems such as: 3(2x+7)-7(14-8x). This group of cards will give your students mult

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This puzzle is an excellent way for your students to practice simplifying expressions that involve the distributive property and combining like terms!
The puzzle should be cut out prior to handing out because the original version also serves as the key! Use the puzzles as you see fit in your classr

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This teacher directed hands-on activity was created to provide students with a concrete way to practice decomposing numbers in multiplication.
This packet uses the first factor as the number to be decomposed. Students are familiar with forming 3 groups of 5 in multiplication and by decomposi

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This cooperative learning activity provides students with the opportunity to practice simplifying expressions using the distributive property. Students are grouped with a partner and take turns solving the problems and coaching one another.
This resource provides four option

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This two-page student worksheet helps students learn about distributive property while creating equivalent expressions and understanding the role of GCF. Students fill in the missing columns and get practice in all areas of distributive property and generating equivalent expressions. This activity

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