Distributive Property Teacher Resources
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In this adding and subtracting expressions worksheet, students use the distributive property to prove statements true. They simplify given expressions. Students use algebra to find the perimeter of a given figure. This one-page worksheet contains 22 multi-step problems.
In this multiplication worksheet, learners find the product to 7 multiplication math problems involving two-digit numbers. Students utilize the Distributive Property to rewrite and solve 4 math expressions and mental math to solve 5 additional math expressions. Learners evaluate 4 expressions and solve 2 math word problems.
Students watch their teacher perform the calendar trick. In this algebra lesson, students pay attention as the teacher explains the calendar trick and then get into small groups and perform the trick themselves. They solve the equations formed using the inverse.
Definitions and examples of everything related to polynomials. A great review sheet showing the variety of ways in which to solve polynomials. Lots of practice problems to reinforce adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing polynomials.
Review worksheet for simple multi-step equations. Practice using combining like terms, distributive property, variables on both sides of the equation to solve the equations.
Students solve one step linear equations. For this algebra lesson, students use addition, subtraction, division and multiplication to solve linear equations. They practice solving two step equations as well.
Students solve problems using addition, subtraction and multiplication. For this algebra lesson, students apply properties of powers, quotient and other exponential rules to solve problems. They use the negative and zero power to solve problems.
Seventh graders explore the concept of properties. In this properties lesson, 7th graders discuss the various math properties including the commutative, associative, distributive, multiplication properties and so on. Students create foldables with examples of various properties.
In this simple past tense worksheet, students use words and phrases given to form positive sentences in the given tense. Answers may be submitted online for review. ESL appropriate but not exclusive.
In this multiplication mental math worksheet, 6th graders answer multiple choice questions about the commutative, associative and distributive properties of multiplication.
Scholars are introduced to the usage of the Order of Operations. They explore the use of variables and how they are represented by any letter of the alphabet. They then engage in discussion for verbal assessment.
Reinforces the use of the distributive property for the pre-algebra or the beginning algebra pupil. Multiple choice and short answer questions test the use of the distributive property in expressions using solely numerical values or simple algebraic constructs.
Students classify, add, subtract, and factor polynomials. In this polynomials lesson plan, students classify polynomials by creating their own system. During a discussion, the class decides on a common system. They add and subtract polynomials. Students use inquiry learning to use the distributive property to multiply binomials. Each lesson plan includes homework and practice problems.
Pupils practice using the FOIL acronym as a procedure for multiplying two binomial expressions. FOIL occurs by multiplying the First terms, Outside terms, Inside terms and Last terms.
Students participate in an activity to demonstrate the distributive property. They take notes as they observe different methods of FOIL. Afterward, students work on their own, and in groups to determine which method to use and complete problems in class. As a class, students answer questions about FOIL, binomials, and polynomial functions.
Middle schoolers examine equations and identify the property that is exemplified. They select from the commutative property of addition and multiplication, the associative property of addition and multiplication, distributive property, identity property of addition and multiplication and the inverse property of addition and multiplication. This one-page worksheet contains 13 problems.
Seventh graders review different types of equations by playing Math-O. They solve equations, including 1-step equations, 2-step equations, equations with variables on both sides, equations where combining like terms is required.
Middle schoolers review the properties of rational numbers which include the commutative, identity, inverse, and distributive properties. They complete eight equations and identify which property they used.
In this equivalent equations activity, 7th graders learn how to use the distributive property to solve equivalent equations that use like terms. Students then solve twelve equations.
In this distributive property worksheet, students write a four digit number to represent an amount of money. Students then use their number to solve the multiplication problems.