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10 questions that students must use the distributive property as the first step. Variables are only on one side of the equations. Includes an answer key with step by step solutions with a description of each step. Color coded to enhance understanding.

This Distributive Property Stations activity includes:
*8 station signs, with 2 questions on each sign, to hang around your classroom or in the hallway
*A stations paper with 8 sections, where students can show their work and write the answer
*Answer key!
Station Topics:
*Use the Distributive P

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This is extra practice for the distributive property, and the problems include variables. We used it for an interactive notebook entry, but could be used on its own as well.

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This activity was designed to practice using the distributive property using variables. This can be used in a center as a review for test prep or as a quick assessment on content learned.

I left it as a word document in case you needed to make it easier (or harder) for your class. Borders are from another user.
My students really enjoyed this! (7th grade, CCT classroom)

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Distributive Property (concept & practice): "doodle notes" -
When students color or doodle in math class, it activates both hemispheres of the brain at the same time. There are proven benefits of this cross-lateral brain activity:
- new learning
- relaxation (less math anxiety)
- visual conne

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Algebra Funsheets: Bundle of 15 worksheets combining like terms, distributive, combining like terms with distributive and properties.Worksheet 1: Combining Like Terms Riddle. Single variable expressions.Worksheet 2: Combining Like Terms Riddle. Single variable expressions.Worksheet 3: Combini

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Math stations are not just for elementary school! Keep your students engaged and up moving around the room with this fun way to review the distributive property.
Stations included:
Station 1 – Basic Distributive Property
Station 2 – Distributive Property and Combining Like Te

Do you need a fun way for students to practice the distributive property with minimal prep? The Distributive Property Scavenger Hunt Game gets students up and moving around while practicing math. In this game, students use the answer to one problem to find another problem hanging around the classro

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Set of 3 Distributive Property mazes featuring positive and negative integers in algebraic expressions. Two mazes contain variables and one has no variables - great for reinforcing student learning! Every student is successful and confidence soars! Best of all, NO PREP - just print and you're ready

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Also included in: Middle School Math Bundle of Hands-On Activities

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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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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Create a complete math notebook - full of step-by-step instructions, key vocabulary words, examples, and practice opportunities. These guided notes allow for engagement and interaction during instruction, without having to copy too much down. They also serve as a great way to introduce a concept and

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This maze will help students learn to solve more complex equations that include the distributive property and variables on both sides of the equation.
Students must be able to work with simple fractions.
Answer Key Included.
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Also included in: Algebra Bundle of Mazes (Slope, Equations of Lines, Radicals, Factoring)

Classroom Tested - Student Approved { Just Print and Go }
TpT purchaser feedback:
"I really like the idea of using this type of manipulative with older kids. I think it adds a level of engagement that can be elusive with pen and paper. Nice job!"
"Wish I had you for Algebra all those years ago...

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A pyramid fold-able showing the steps to solve a multiplication problem without variables using the distributive property of multiplication. It is an alternative way to show students the progression.
This activity, along with others, is included in my Distributive Property of Multiplication without

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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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These 24 task cards are excellent for getting your students to use the distributive property! There are 12 task cards with numerical expressions and 12 task cards with variable expressions. I love these task cards! They are great for use in small groups, review, reteach groups, whole class games

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Solving Equations using the Distributive Property {Bunting and Butterflies}
Need a way to review the distributive property? These bright, fun task cards are perfect for scaffolding and differentiating instruction. They work great for centers, independent practice, partner/group work, and Scoot meth

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Distributive Property Fun and Interactive with GOOGLE® Slides , Paperless and NO Prep for you! Easy to Use Drag & amp;Drop Interactivity. Learning the Distributive Property has never been this much fun! On each of twenty –one slides your students solve the problem, then drag the fun numbers

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Also included in: Algebra 1 Bundle of Interactive Activities with GOOGLE Slides™

Algebraic expressions – a key stepping stone toward a complete understanding of algebra. This product is the third of four products that explore the wonderful world of algebraic expressions. The first product, Express Yourself - Part 1: Evaluating Expressions, focused on what algebraic expression

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Do you need a fun way for students to practice solving equations with minimal prep? The Solving Equations with Like Terms and Distributive Property Scavenger Hunt Game gets students up and moving around while practicing math. In this game, students use the answer to one problem to find another probl

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Thanksgiving themed activity of Solving Equations using the Distributive Property with variables on both sides. Includes No solution and infinitely many solutions. Some of the equations require 2 distributions, all require at least one distribution.
Students solve the equations to get an answer to t

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