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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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Do your students need more practice using the Distributive Property? Use these worksheets to help them master using the Distributive Property to write equivalent expressions. Worksheet #1 has students multiply to write simpler expressions. Worksheet #2 requires students to find a common factor bef
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Independent Practice from my Factor Algebraic Expressions Using the Distributive Property Bundle Pack
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Equivalent Expressions using the Distributive Property - Solve & ColorThis color and solve activity is a fun and engaging way for students to practice factoring out and distributing in to create equivalent expressions. Students must distribute in to create an equivalent expression and factor ou
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Includes Guided Practice, Independent Practice and Exit Ticket
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Exit Ticket from my Factor Algebraic Expressions Using the Distributive Property Bundle Pack
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Guided Practice from my Factor Algebraic Expressions Using the Distributive Property Bundle Pack
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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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This worksheet contains 20 problems for students to factor an algebraic expression and does contain integer coefficients. Students are also asked to write down if there are "extra" answer lines. By doing so the students must know when they have all the answers and is intended to be initial exposure
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The distributive property is one of the most challenging concepts for students to grasp. This activity helps make the distributive property more concrete as students are required to write expressions for the area of rectangle. Students must write their expressions in 3 forms: Factored Form, Expand
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This worksheet contains 9 problems, each with multiple parts, for students to find the missing factors for an algebraic expression. This assignment does contain integer coefficients. You may also be interested in: Introduction to Factoring Using the Distributive Property Factoring Using the Distri
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This worksheet contains 13 problems for students to begin factoring an algebraic expression. Students are also asked to write down if there are "extra" answer lines. By doing so the students must know when they have all the answers and is intended to be initial exposure for Smarter Balanced testin
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Included is a 2-page assignment with 18 problems that help students practice rewriting addition expressions using the distributive property and greatest common factor. The directions ask students to find the GCF using the ladder method, then use the GCF and the factors of the numbers to rewrite the
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Looking for step by step instructions for interactive note booking for teaching factoring expressions using the distributive property? This file is exactly what you need! There are complete instructions for notebook organization and how students use a self assessment stop light graphic organizer to
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This factoring and distributive property matching column worksheet is a great way to get students to see their inverse relationship. The two matching columns use the same expressions so students can easily practice going back and forth between factoring an expression and using the distributive prop
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This PowerPoint presentation guides students through finding the prime factorization of monomials with factor trees, finding the GCF of two monomials using factor trees and factoring expressions using the distributive property. Vocabulary includes prime numbers, prime factorization, Greatest Common
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Students will factor expressions using the distributive property to complete this maze!
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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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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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Students find 20 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.A fun, different kind of practice:) Great for centers, homework, a fun day or a sub day!There are 2 answer keys -
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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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Students find 20 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.A fun, different kind of practice:) Great fo
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There are so many ways you can incorporate these colorful expression task cards into your math classroom. Whether your students are moving around the room in a scavenger hunt, playing scoot or at a math station they are sure to have fun simplifying, expanding and factoring expressions. This set of
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