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Includes 48 task cards where your students express the sum of each pair of numbers as a product of the greatest common factor of the numbers and another sum in color and black and white. This is a bundle of my GCF and Distributive Property Task Cards and my GCF and Distributive Property - Advanced
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Includes 24 task cards where your students express the sum of each pair of numbers as a product of the greatest common factor of the numbers and another sum in color and black and white. Save \$\$\$ by purchasing the BUNDLE. The set includes the following: pg. 1: cover page pg. 2: Thank you page p
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Also included in: GCF and Distributive Property Task Cards BUNDLE

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This task was developed based on the mistakes that I saw when my sixth graders were factoring two addends. Error analysis is an excellent strategy to help students better understand concepts and to support analytical thinking. This task requires students to find and describe errors and to correctl
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Includes 24 task cards where your students express the sum of each pair of numbers as a product of the greatest common factor of the numbers and another sum in color and black and white. This set uses much larger numbers than the other set. I made it as a challenge for my students who mastered the
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Also included in: GCF and Distributive Property Task Cards BUNDLE

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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
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This product can be used to guarantee that you work with all your students until they fully understand the concept! Each assessment is similar but different so you are assessing the exact same concept. This product can be used to assess, remediate/reteach, assess again, remediate/reteach again if ne
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Also included in: Multiple Assessment Forms Bundle for 6.NS.1-7

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This FREE product is a PowerPoint I created to teach pulling out the GCF with the distributive property. After finishing the PP, I have students practice with multiple problems. After solving each problem, the students will construct an area model (array) as shown in the PP. These are constructed
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Notebook pages for Greatest Common Factor, Greatest Common Factor with the Distributive Property, Least Common Multiple, Prime and Composite, and Prime Factorization. I created these new types of notes for my student's Interactive Notebooks, because I was tired of the hassle of the pages with flaps.
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Nothing like a good criminal investigation to liven up math class! CSI: Algebra is a collection of nine different algebraically inspired mathematical puzzles with a little international pizazz. The nine puzzles intend to target specific Algebra 1 units and add a little flair to the ordinary challen
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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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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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This is a great flippable/foldable for any interactive math journal. As easy as the distributive property is, students struggle with remembering the rules and formats. This foldable will simplify the process and ensure that they are distributive property professionals in no time at all. This great f
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Looking for engaging notes that maximize class time and retention? Discover & Doodle pages are research based and combine words with visuals that boost student recall of information. They help students see what is important and visualize mathematical connections. Print full size for a binder,
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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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This PowerPoint Presentation is an interactive, "Jeopardy"-style review game. It includes problems of varying difficulty involving Greatest Common Factor, Least Common Multiple, and the Distributive Property. I use this in my classroom as a fun review activity after students have learned the mater
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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: 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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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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Here is a set of notes for 6th grade Common Core Number Sense #4 dealing with the greatest common factors, least common multiplies, and distributive property. I am going to Interactive Notebooks this year so I made the pages small enough to be trimmed and pasted into composition notebooks. This is
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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 22-slide PowerPoint presentation demonstrates how to use common factors and the distributive property to change an expression. Addition problems involving whole numbers are changed into a multiplication problem which is the product of the greatest common factor of the addends and the sum of two
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Someone has murdered Mr. Stribute! Engage your students in factoring algebraic expressions using the GCF and distributive property! Students will play this clue game by matching each sum with its equivalent product. In this new twist on task cards, you will remove 3 in the beginning of the game, and
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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 and variables. For example: 24x + 18y = 6(4x + 3y) This activity aligns with CCCS 6.EE.A.3.an
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Use distributive property to remove parenthesis. Identify all the factors of a number. Use the GCF to factor each expression.
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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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Also included in: Equivalent Expressions BUNDLE

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