Detailed instructions on how to teach the Distributive Property of Multiplication using the popular Angry Birds game.  Incorporate art into math class!  Joy of Teaching - http://www.mrsjoyhall.com

Detailed instructions on how to teach the Distributive Property of Multiplication using the popular Angry Birds game. Incorporate art into math class! Joy of Teaching - http://www.mrsjoyhall.com

FREEBIE: Distributive Property of Multiplication (3rd Grade Math)

FREEBIE: Distributive Property of Multiplication (3rd Grade Math)

This post describes how using the distributive property of multiplication (with a bit of scaffold) can help your struggling students master their multiplication facts. Grab some free printables on this post!

Multiplication Facts Strategy for Upper Grades {Freebies

This post describes how using the distributive property of multiplication (with a bit of scaffold) can help your struggling students master their multiplication facts. Grab some free printables on this post!

This product helps you teach the concept of Area using the distributive property of multiplication. I have found that students are more successful with this complex concept if they have repeated practice over several days. The one or two days provided in core math curriculum is insufficient for students to gain a working understanding of the Area using distributive property concept.

This product helps you teach the concept of Area using the distributive property of multiplication. I have found that students are more successful with this complex concept if they have repeated practice over several days. The one or two days provided in core math curriculum is insufficient for students to gain a working understanding of the Area using distributive property concept.

Distributive Property of Multiplication

Distributive Property of Multiplication

Find the area of irregular shapes using the distributive property of multiplication can be taught with a hands on approach.  In this lesson, I show how I had the students cut apart an irregular shape to find the area of regular rectangles and then add the areas.  But what happens when tiles or squares are not present?  Can the student reason through the process and find the area of irregular shapes?  Come read about it on my blog!

Find the area of irregular shapes using the distributive property of multiplication can be taught with a hands on approach. In this lesson, I show how I had the students cut apart an irregular shape to find the area of regular rectangles and then add the areas. But what happens when tiles or squares are not present? Can the student reason through the process and find the area of irregular shapes? Come read about it on my blog!

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