In this cost to tile worksheet, students calculate how much it would cost to tile 10 different shapes. Students are given the size and cost of one tile and must use it to determine how many tiles are needed for each shape.
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Using Algebra Tiles to Explore Distributive Property
Math is fun with algebra tiles! Young mathematicians explore eight expressions involving the distributive property and use algebra tiles to expand simple expressions. The resource is perfect for both guided and independent practice.
7th - 9th Math
Evaluating and Simplifying Expressions
Discover how algebra tiles help evaluate expressions. Scholars learn to use algebra tiles to substitute values in for variables and evaluate expressions. The included worksheet contains a set of evaluation problems to assess individuals'...
6th - 9th Math CCSS: Adaptable
Solving Equations Using Algebra Tiles
Turn equations into an activity and break out those algebra tiles! The video goes through each problem first with the traditional way of solving equations and then introduces the tiles to solve with the same steps side by side. This...
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Greatest Common Factor Using Lists: Tiling the Kitchen Floor
Use a combination of tiling a rectangle to find area and find the greatest common factor of the lengths of two sides and the area they create. Pupils increase and decrease the sides of the rectangle before answer five questions about...
6th Math CCSS: Designed