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This ready to use product is a quick, fun way to have your students practice identifying equivalent expressions. Students will be given 27 different expressions to simplify using The Distributive Property and combining like terms. Positive and negative numbers are used so students need to have an u

This task is delivered in PDF format, ready to print.
Aligns with the following Common Core standards:
6.EE.3: Combining Like Terms in Algebraic Expressions
6.EE.3: Distributive Property in Algebraic Expressions
6.EE.4: Identifying Equivalent Expressions

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Make expressions concrete and real for your students with these task strips! Editable for your convenience!
One way to help your students understand factoring & distributing is to show them what it REALLY means! Using area to find equivalent expressions gives them a visual model to understand

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Equivalent Expressions, Distributive Property, Order of Operations
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This activity is good for helping students who are working on equivalent expressions that involve Distributive Property. This can be used in a unit where the topic is being newly introduced, or as a way to refresh students who have learned it previously.
Students are required to match 14 sets of

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These PowerPoint notes introduce the idea of using the Distributive Property and area models to write and understand equivalent expressions.
They help students to see how using a number in parts (breaking into smaller pieces) can help them to multiply or divide in their heads more quickly.
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I use fortune tellers (sometimes called cootie catchers) to help students review content, to prepare for tests, and to introduce new topics.
This fortune teller helps students review the following properties:
• Associative Property of Addition
• Associative Property of Multiplication
• Commutative

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This product is both a lesson and a collection of 3 worksheets that target writing equivalent expressions. There is a strong emphasis on using the distributive property to write equivalent expressions. The tutorial shows how to create both numerical and algebraic expressions by applying properties

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A quick five question assessment on using the distributive property to find an equivalent expression with variables. Must also combine like terms to ensure answer is in simplest form.

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This unit includes 15 different activities, lessons, worksheets, and quizzes I have created for teaching the expressions and equations unit from the new common core math standards for 6th grade.
Topics covered in this unit include:
Writing Expressions
Simplifying Expressions
Coefficients
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Prepare your students for their end of unit exam with this review game. This covers all standards covered in the number sense strand, and scaffolds questions from basic to advanced levels.
* Editable * Answers Included
25 total slides covering:
~ Computing with rational numbers
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Silent Shuffle is a fun review game that gets everyone up moving and solving!! The way it works - on each desk around the room, put one of the given EXPRESSIONS UNIT problem task cards.
Starting at their own desk, students will solve the problem-showing all your work on their activity sheet. After

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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This set of 24 task cards covers writing equivalent expressions using the distributive property, identifying equivalent expressions, and applying the distributive property to an algebraic expression. These task cards are aligned with common core standard 6.EE.3. This packet also includes a recordin

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Equivalent Expressions Color by Number:
(part of the Equivalent Expressions Mini-Bundle)
In this color by number, students find equivalent expressions by factoring simple expressions and by using the Distributive Property. Students then color with the color indicated in the box for that question.

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Equivalent Expressions Matching, Practice Sheet, and Exit Tickets:
(part of the Equivalent Expressions Mini-Bundle)
The matching activity included here is a quick, interactive way for students to practice identifying equivalent expressions.
There are 18 sets of cards, which can all be used togethe

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Your students are going to enjoy generating equivalent expressions in this common core focused cut and paste activity. They will be required to use properties of math, combining like terms, and factoring to find three expressions that all have the same value. Once done, they will evaluate the expr

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Distributive Property and Combine Like Terms Hurdles. My students love these competitive hurdle-style events! 6 levels of practice get progressively more difficult - perfect for differentiation! In order to move to the next hurdle, students must answer all correct. This will make test prep and r

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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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Use this distributive property matching card game to help your students visualize how the distributive property works with multiplication. Students will match multiplication expressions with cards that show equivalent expressions using the distributive property. Each card shows an array to help st

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In this Equivalent Expressions color by number, students find equivalent expressions by factoring simple expressions and by using the Distributive Property. There are a few problems that require students to combine like terms. Students then color with the color indicated in the box for that question

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I created this Triangler Puzzle game for my common core math stations.The focus is on equivalent expressions created with the commutative, associative, distributive, and identity properties, as well as combining very simple like terms (no exponents).
It is great for stations as it can be easily di

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Students will enjoy solving tangram puzzles by matching equivalent algebraic expressions. Students will gain practice combining like terms and using the distributive property to identify equivalent expressions. This activity includes ten different puzzles. This activity is highly engaging for stu

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You will download 30 distributive property of multiplication task cards for 5th grade, 6th grade and special education math students to examine an equation on each task card and identify the missing number using the distributive property to create equivalent expressions. Ideas for distributive prope

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This product has 5 activities that align with CCSS 7.EE.1 and 7.EE.2.
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1. Title Page
2. 1st Activity - Handout of Vocabulary Terms
Students will fill in the proper term as the teacher reviews or introduces terms that students must know to be successful in working with e

Equivalent Expressions Practice Worksheets
This product includes four resources for equivalent expressions. Students are asked to determine equivalent expressions, apply the distributive property and to provide the perimeter of shapes given an expression side length. The first activity asks stude

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A fun game to practice finding equivalent expressions! Students will play while simplifying expressions to find matches! The cards have one variable expressions and students will use the distributive property and combining like terms to find matches!
Record sheet, answer sheet, and directions fo

Expressions unit focuses on the properties of operations and numbers and helps students understand how to generate equivalent expressions through prime factorization, order of operations and the following properties of operations: commutative, associative, distributive, identity, and inverse.
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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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TEKS Aligned: 6.7D (Readiness Standard): The student is expected to generate equivalent expressions using the properties of operations: inverse, identity, commutative, associative, and distributive properties.
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Practice combining like terms with these equivalent expressions task cards. These middle school math task cards include integers and variables to help students simplify expressions. The distributive property is used at least once in each set. The expressions use integers and use numbers that could

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Are you introducing your students to the Commutative, Associative, and Distributive Properties of Addition and Multiplication? Then this is the introductory bundle that you need :)
Turn a boring topic into a crystal clear, easy-to-understand, and fun set of activities!
With this 6-Activity Bundle

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This powerpoint allows students to practice using the distributive property to create equivalent expressions. It also includes slides that have students finding a common factor between the terms to restate the expression.

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This puzzle will help reinforce the distributive property and combining like terms to create equivalent expressions. Students cut out the puzzle pieces and match equivalent expressions. They can then color and glue the puzzle in their math notebook.
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This is a great distributive property resource for review, centers, group work and for interventions. The activity requires sorting distributive property expressions with equivalent expressions as they are simplified. Students are required to cut and paste pieces into a sorting matrix.
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Includes: 2 Graphic Organizers, Greatest Common Factor and The Distributive Property, Sample Problems and Task Cards
***No Prep Product***
Do your students struggle to find the connection between Greatest Common Factors and the Distributive Property. This resource walks students through the proce

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These cards provide an engaging way for your students to become familiar with the distributive property.
Includes instructions, 12 cards and recording sheets.
Recommended use:
* Print cards on cardstock
* Laminate
* Cut in half horizontally (see preview for example)
* Have students work to match

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This activity was designed for an 8th grade math class, but is better aligned to the 7th grade standards. This 2 page pdf contains 4 sets of 6 cards each, for a total of 24 cards. The 6 card sets are all equivalent expressions which simplify to the same binomial expression. There are 4 different

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This is a set of cards I designed to use with Common Core 6 math. My students are working on evaluating algebraic expressions with coefficients, and then factoring out a coefficient from expressions. We have been building equations with a hands-on kit and the students are familiar with using a shap

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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 t

Time to Tile: Distributive Property is a hands-on activity that takes students’ thinking beyond procedures and rote memorization. This engaging resource activates critical thinking and problem solving skills, all while building a true understanding of the distributive property and the ability to id

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This product includes three different cut-and-paste activities focused on distributive property to write equivalent algebraic expressions. Three different levels of questions gives you more options in the classroom to help with differentiation. The first activity uses integers, while the second an

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Interactive notebooks are a great way for students to create their own learning! This set includes:
*Foldables for the commutative, associative, and distributive properties...both with and without pre-made notes! This makes it easy for you to choose what is best for YOU!
*One page of Doodle No

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This review game is a Power Point presentation with 29 slides. It covers two of the standards for the 6th grade Expressions and Equations strand of the Common Core. It is also aligned to my Expressions and Equations Unit notes set.
This jeopardy review game is aligned to
CCSS.Math.Content.6.EE.A

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There are two versions included in this product. Version 1 uses only the distributive property of a single digit number to a binomial. Version 2 uses the distributive property and combining like terms. The student will match the non-simplified expression to its equivalent simplified expression.
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Practice combining like terms with these equivalent expressions task cards. These middle school math task cards include natural numbers and variables to help students simplify expressions. The distributive property is used at least once in each set. The expressions use natural numbers that could b

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This station/game includes 18 equivalent expressions problems in an "I Have Who Has" format. It makes a great whole group station. Just laminate and cut out the cards. Be sure that all of them are distributed to the students in the group. One student begins by reading the "Who has...." question from

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This Power Point note set includes 51 slides and covers 2 of the standards for the 6th grade Expressions and Equations strand of the Common Core. This unit is one unit in the Expressions and Equations bundle notes set. This unit has a student I can statements sheet to record their understanding of e

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No prep! Here are notes, in class practice pages, homework assignments, study guide, review game, and a quiz for number properties, distributive property, and combining like terms. Perfect for daily use, sub plans, or intervention. Aligned to 6.EE.3 and 6.EE.4, but great for 7th and 8th grade review

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This "scavenger hunt" activity targets a portion of the 6.EE.3 standard of generating equivalent expressions using the distributive property. Hang 8 artifact posters around the room (or prepare them for a station/center) and have students copy down each expression. Students then simplify them by com

These equivalent expressions math stations are perfect to develop a deep understanding of adding expressions, subtracting expressions, and expanding linear expressions with rational coefficients. Students will combine like terms and simplify expressions all while problem solving.
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