Commutative Property of Addition Teacher Resources
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Commutative Property - B: Order Does Not Matter
In this addition instructional activity, students solve 26 addition problems with 4 addends each. Students use the commutative property of addition to change the order of the addends and to find the sum. The problems are in horizontal format.
3rd - 5th Math
Hands-on learning in math is essential to all learners, especially youngsters. In a math learning activity, young mathematicians use dominoes in order to discover the commutative property of addition. Fact families and doubles facts can also be introduced.
1st - 2nd Math CCSS: Designed
Solve for Unknowns Using the Commutative Property of Addition
What is the commutative property and how do you use it? Find out how to solve for unknowns using this very special property of addition. Excellent visuals and real-world stories are used to define the commutative property in a way that third graders will understand.
4 mins 3rd - 4th Math CCSS: Designed
Addition and Subtraction Number Stories
Addition and subtraction with an environmental twist. The class will compose addition and subtraction stories using an attached Sea Animal Graphic. They will use the identity property of addition and subtraction to compose their stories and must write their number sentences both vertically and horizontally.
Commutative Property for multiplication
Sal uses both the commutative and associative properties of addition to solve one equation. He demonstrates that using either property will yield the same answer. This video is very well done. Sal establishes strong examples to show both properties and how they work.
3 mins 6th - 8th Math
Arithmetic Commutative Property of Addition 1 Worksheet
Skills and drill practice may not thrill your class but as they say, practice makes perfect. They solve 16 single digit addition problems that require them to use the commutative property. Additional instructional activity are available through this site from grades 1 through Geometry!
1st - 2nd Math
How Do You Add and Subtract a Bunch of Numbers with Different Signs?
So you have an expression of positive and negative numbers and you want to add and subtract them. Do you do the operations in order that they are written? Do you combine some? Do you move them around? Do you change their signs? The instructor will show you how to change signs and move numbers around to compute this expression.
3 mins 6th - 12th Math
First graders use various models to learn the Commutative Property of Addition. In this Commutative Property instructional activity, 1st graders use other students, counters, balances, and dominoes to apply the addition property. Students solve addition sentences using the property and complete measurement problems with the property.
Student study addition properties. In this addition properties lesson, students use multiple methods to solve various types of problems. Students illustrate and describe in various ways the Commutative Property of Addition. Students create posters in small groups that combine number sentences and illustrate the Commutative Property.
3rd - 5th Math
Common Core State Standards 1st Grade Math
Here are the complete set of the math practice standards and the Common Core standards for first grade. They cover operations & algebraic thinking, operations in base 10, measurement and data, and geometry. Illustrated nicely with fun kid-friendly graphics.
1st Math CCSS: Designed
Add Up To Four 2-Digit Numbers by Using Addition Facts and Friendly Numbers
Learning to recognize friendly numbers is a big step in developing fluency with addition. Looking at multiple real world examples, the instructor models how to rearrange addition number sentences and use friendly numbers to quickly and accurately find sums of multiple addends.
5 mins 1st - 3rd Math CCSS: Designed