Commutative Property Teacher Resources
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In this equations and inequalities learning exercise, 9th graders solve and complete 14 different multiple choice problems. First, they name an example of the commutative property of addition. Then, students use the distance formula to determine the value of a variable given the distance and rate. They also find the width of a rectangle given its perimeter.
Third graders work with fact families using the commutative property, arrange arrays with manipulatives, and multiply and divide symbolically with numbers.
Seventh graders explore the concept of properties. In this properties instructional activity, 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.
Students identity properties of addition and multiplication. In this addition and subtraction properties lesson, students explore commutative, associative, and distributive properties as they design posters that feature the properties and examples of them in use.
Students explore the concept of addition and multiplication properties. In this addition and multiplication properties lesson plan, students create a foldable with the properties commutative, associative, identity, and distributive written in four quadrants. Students put examples of each property in the corresponding quadrant. Students use twelve tiles to explore the concept of dividing by zero. Students divide the twelve tiles into various size groups.
Pupils explore the concept of the associative, commutative, and distributive properties. In the associative, commutative, and distributive properties lesson plan, students discuss real world examples of each property. Pupils demonstrate each property using note cards with numbers on them.
Third graders review the commutative and associative property in mathematics. Using a worksheet, they work together to identify the patterns between the 32 triangles. To end the lesson, they create their own array and exchange it with a partner.
In this addition property worksheet, students complete problems involving the associative, commutative, and identity properties. Students complete 6 problems.
In this addition properties worksheet, students complete problems involving the commutative, associative, and identity properties. Students complete 5 problems.
Learners illustrate multiplication problems using Unifix cubes. Some very nice attachments are present in this tasty lesson plan which uses baked goods to illustrate an array.
Learners study the commutative and multiplicative properties and play a multiplication game. In this multiplication lesson students find products of factors containing 6 or 7. Learners practice with the commutative property, multiply by 1 and 0, practice multiplication facts of 6 and 7, and create learning tool for multiplication.
I love lessons that use everyday objects. Using dice, scrap paper, and buttons learners create random number sets, chart the number sets made, and then use the commutative property of addition to create joining sets. This is a good instructional activity which really conveys the concept.
Youngsters find sums by adding equal sets. They also explore commutativity and record known facts on a personal addition chart. Learners find the sums of two one-digit numbers and explore the commutative property of addition. This excellent plan has many terrific activities clearly described, terrific worksheets, and an excellent assessment plan at the end. Wonderful!
In this commutative property worksheet, students use two number cubes to prove that changing the order of factors does not change the product. Students roll the cubes, record the factors, multiply them in any order, multiply them in reverse order and then record the products. Students repeat seven more times and answer the questions.
In this commutative property of addition worksheet, students complete a set of 10 problems using the commutative property with 1-digit numbers.
The commutative property of multiplication applies not only to whole numbers but to fractions as well. Connor and Makayla explore and discuss the idea that 2/3 x 3 is the same as 3 x 2/3. Your 5th grade class will connect with learning through the visual models in the commentary section that provide possible solutions. The activity is ready to implement and would work well in a class with cooperative groups. To extend the learning, teachers could generate similar questions to have students generate their own visual model.
Middle schoolers identify and use the commutative properties of addition and multiplication.They demonstrate associative properties of addition and multiplication, and practice the distributive property of multiplication over addition.
Students observe and complete various math problems involving the commutative and associative properties of multiplication. They observe the teacher solve examples of each property, and complete two worksheets.
Third graders investigate the commutative properties of multiplication and focus upon the setting of cubes in the correct patterns to solve problems. They differentiate between numbers that have multiple factors and prime numbers. Students arrange the cubes in arrays.
Fifth graders examine multiplication. They construct arrays to demonstrate specific multiplication facts. They identify examples and non-examples of arrays. Students use counters to model the commutative property of multiplication.