This color-by-number worksheet covers the Properties of Quadrilaterals by asking students to problems involving parallelograms, rectangles, squares, rhombi, kites and isosceles trapezoids. When they find their answer, they look in the solution box to find the corresponding color to complete the Wintery Picture!
A quick and easy way to help students recognize patterns in numerical sequences. Minimal set-up required! Easy to understand rules for game play. An excellent choice for math stations! Includes: 12 pairs of "Sequence and Rule" cards Printable backing for
This bundle includes many resources and materials to teach simplifying expressions and properties of numbers. Included is a ZIP folder with 13 files (many of these are in PowerPoint or Word and duplicated in PDF Format). The bundle includes a foldable for
A Test to Determine Prime or Composite QR CODE TEKS 5.4A
Is it Prime or Composite? Here is a simple test to determine if a number is prime or composite! Students will be given a simple test to test if a number is prime or composite. I use this test to help my students learn properties of composite numbers as well as prime numbers.
Algebra Word Wall, Walls that Teach, 100+ Concepts
Properties of Real Numbers introduces students to the differences and similarities in three sets of numbers in the number family: Real Numbers, Integers, and Whole Numbers. Understanding those differences and similarities, students learn to graph those number
Properties of Numbers Cut-and-Paste Matching Quizzes: 2 Versions
This is a coloring activity for a set of 12 problems on identifying Algebraic Properties of Numbers. Properties included: Commutative for add. and mult., Associative for add. and mult., Distributive, Identities for add. and mult., Symmetric, Reflexive, Inverses of add.
Has teaching properties of real numbers for common core become a struggle? I have found this activity useful in helpful students cement their learning. Thorough understanding Properties of Numbers helps provide a sound basis for a student's Algebraic development.
Big Ideas: Multiplication can be decomposed into simpler facts using the distributive property. An area model can be used to support the reasoning for decomposing factors to find unknown quantities. This lesson builds on students' work with equations and the properties of operations. In this task, students must redesign seating in a football stadium to include two sections within each stadium based on the number of rows and seats in each row (arrays). Students decompose sections (arrays) ...