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This includes two quizzes covering the distributive property with retake versions for each.
There are no questions on any quiz that require a knowledge of integers.
The first quiz and retake includes six questions that require students to show their understanding of the distributive property wit

Here is a quick assessment or center that students can use that directly correlates with the 6th grade Math Common Core Standards 6.NS.4. This product contains real world examples for greatest common factor and least common multiple for students to decipher. Enjoy and please don't forget to rate t

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This is a 9-question, quick quiz over the associative property, commutative property and distributive property. There are three of each type of question.
Short, sweet and to the point!
They are formatted 2 to a page to save paper.

This quiz (could also be used as a worksheet) asks students to use the distributive property to expand expressions involving variables. The quiz consists of 5 basic computation questions and 1 word problem. It is a great tool as formative assessment.

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This quiz contains 10 straightforward distributive property problems. Each one requires students to simplify by combining like terms after applying the distributive property. PLEASE VIEW THE PREVIEW TO SEE THE QUIZ BEFORE PURCHASING. This allows you to determine if it fits your class's needs. Thank

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This activity includes 40 quiz questions on simplifying using The Distributive Property. The 40 cards include integer problems and 5 cards where students will need to distribute a negative.

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Quick four question assessment on LCM, GCF and the Distributive Property.
Students will have the chance to show they are able to make simple calculations without a calculator on this supporting standard

Here is a s hort quiz on Expanded Form & Distributive Property.

This is a basic quiz on the distributive property

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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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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These task cards focus on solving area problems using the distributive property of multiplication. A quiz covering area with distributive property is also included. The quiz can be used as a graded assessment, independent practice, or homework. This product is aligned to the Common Core Standards. K

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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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Enjoy a bundle of these two mini unit that includes solving equations using the distributive property and combining like terms. This product includes notes, examples, practice worksheets, and a quiz for each of these units. Answer keys are included!

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This Power Point includes daily Warm-Ups, Interactive Notes, Classroom Practice Problems (to check for understanding), and directions for culminating Classroom Games/ Activities. All of the practice/ examples do not require knowledge of Integers (negative numbers).
I have an Algebraic Properties Fl

This is a 4 part matching activity. Students are given an expression containing the distributive property and one other term that they need to simplify. They simplify the expression and then find its match. In 2 of the sets, they have to simplify the answers as well. Distributing a negative is inc

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Also included in: Back to School Bundle (Pre-Algebra Review Materials)

Multiplication, Arrays, and the Distributive Property Are ALL HERE!
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Concept Posters (1-Multiplication, 1-Array, 1-Distributive Property)
Vocabulary Cards (For study or to use for games like memory or go fish)
Practice Pages (3)
Quiz: On level AND Modified, both with and without t

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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.
Ways to use: Quick qu

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These distributive property guided notes and math stations are perfect to help your students make sense of the distributive property through modeling, discovery, error analysis, puzzles, practice, activities and writing. This product includes:• Multiplication Analysis Notes: Two pages of notes to h

Also included in: Math Stations Middle School Bundle

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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Properties of Multiplication: These cootie catchers are a great way for students to have fun while they practice their math skills. How to Play and Assembly Instructions are included.
Properties of Multiplication Cootie Catchers Contents:
There are 2 cootie catchers in this product, each one hav

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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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Your students will love to quiz each other using these foldable activities on the Distributive Property. Partners sit facing each other while one partner sees the "Distribute that Property" side and the other partner sees the Answer side. Each partner will have a different set of problems to quiz h

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