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Use distributive property to remove parenthesis. Identify all the factors of a number. Use the GCF to factor each expression.

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 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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Also included in: Equivalent Expressions BUNDLE

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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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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 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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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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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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Using the GCF to factor an expression with numbers and variables. This worksheet uses fluency and concept development.

Get your students successfully simplifying expressions using the DISTRIBUTIVE PROPERTY with this PowerPoint Presentation. This lesson starts with an engaging problem of the day, followed by a mini-lesson and guided practice questions. The lesson concludes with a lesson quiz and exit ticket to assess

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Also included in: FOUNDATIONS FOR ALGEBRA Mini-Lessons & Guided Practice -Algebra 1 Back to School

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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.
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Introduction to Factoring Using the Distributive Property
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This is a graphic organizer to be used as notes or a reference sheet on how to use the distributive property and to factor an algebraic expression. Definitions are also provided for algebraic expressions, terms, coefficients, and factors.

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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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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

Bundle for Grade 7 Model Curriculum Unit 2
Everything needed for unit 2. Copy and go! These activities are hands- on, get students moving and making, study guides and foldable items, and display items. Student generated data for review games Great for interactive notebooks!
Topics covered: Inverse

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Includes Guided Practice, Independent Practice and Exit Ticket

Exit Ticket from my Factor Algebraic Expressions Using the Distributive Property Bundle Pack

Guided Practice from my Factor Algebraic Expressions Using the Distributive Property Bundle Pack

Students will factor expressions using the distributive property to complete this maze!

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Help students to make connections between distributive property and geometry through the use of area models (area of rectangles). Using visual models to demonstrate the distributive property helps struggling learners understand conceptually. Algebraic thinkers need visual models to help them make

This is an GROWING bundle of task cards, puzzles, and games for the second half of the school year.
Once you purchase this download, you will be receiving free updates to re-download the bundle when I update it. As I add more files, the price will increase. The earlier you buy, the more you will

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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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