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This download is perfect for the classroom that has different type of learners at different learning levels. All the material you get will help you differentiate in your classroom when you are teaching distributive property. The worksheets have 18 problems. Great for substitute work, independent practice, homework, math center, or differentiated instruction, indoor recess, or extra credit.
With this download you get an animated video, 3 worksheets, a common core practice worksheet, and a poster of the skill the students will master.
The animated video is ideal for your visual learners, RSP students, and English Learners. There are no words to read so students will be able to focus on the animation and sounds that explain the new skill. The video is 2 minutes, which allows for multiple viewings during your lesson. The video is suited for your intervention and remediation students.
Worksheet 1 is a fun puzzle worksheet that will have students simplifying expressions and matching the correct answer to be given a clue of what to draw in a grid. If all the answers are correct they will reveal a surprise picture. This worksheet is suited for your core group and GATE/Honors students.
Worksheet 2 is a practice worksheet in which students will have a bank of answers at the bottom of the page to help them self-assess as they do work. This worksheet will give you the flexibility to work with intervention groups because students will not have to ask you if they are doing the work correctly. This version is suited for intervention group.
Worksheet 3 has the same problems as worksheet 2 but it does not have the answer box available. This version can be used with your core group and high achieving students.
Worksheet 4 is a common core practice worksheet that will challenge your students. Students will have to use mathematical reasoning to explain key questions about the distributive property. Students will have to draw, explain, reason, and show proof of their mastery of this skill.
The mini poster will tie in the video with the new math skill the students have acquired.
Answer key is included for all the worksheets.
Prior knowledge needed:
* Multiplying Integers
New Skill Needed
*Distributing an integer into a binomial