Commutative Property Teacher Resources
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This presentation covers a lot of ground. Square numbers, metal math computations, commutative property, ordering positive and negative integers, factoring, and real world problem solving are all covered. Use over the course of several days to maximize concept understanding and to avoid confusion.
These fact families need to be completed. Scholars use addition and subtraction to complete four number sentences for each set of three numbers. The sentences are all part of the number set's fact family, and demonstrate the commutative property of addition. They complete eight of these, and four from just a number pair. Next, scholars write out all four complete number sentences to form the fact families for four sets of numbers. Be sure to debrief the connection learners see between addition and subtraction, noting that multiplication and division will look very similar.
In this ELL addition property and subtraction rule worksheet, students read about the commutative and associative properties, then underline the correct term in 7 sentences. Houghton Mifflin text is referenced.
In this commutative and associative property worksheet, students simplify 12 problems. Students then name the property illustrated in 4 problems.
In this inverse and identity properties worksheet, students identify models of the Identity Property of Addition and the Identify Property of Multiplication. They solve simple algebraic equations containing one variable. This one-page worksheet contains 10 multiple-choice problems.
In this multiplication and division rules worksheet, students underline correct terms in parentheses after reading about the commutative, associative, zero properties and property of one. Reference is made to a Houghton Mifflin text.
Young scholars study the commutative and associative properties. In this multiplication lesson, students review the properties and solve several multiplication problems.
Use this rational numbers and their properties worksheet to have learners complete 10 equations and identify the properties they used. They also answer two test prep questions.
In this properties worksheet, students complete 4 matching problems regarding recognizing properties. Students then simplify 10 problems by combining like terms.
Students explore Cuisenaire Rods. In this pre-algebra lesson, students work with a partner to generate addition problems with the sum of ten using Cuisenaire Rods. Students construct examples of the Commutative Property using Cuisinaire Rods.
Middle schoolers review the properties of rational numbers which include the commutative, identity, inverse, and distributive properties. They complete eight equations and identify which property they used.
In this addition property worksheet, students review the definitions for commutative, zero, and associative property. Students then find the sums using the properties for the nine problems.
Practice basic operations for young mathematicians in fun ways! Using two decks of cards (Ace through 10 plus the joker), learners play "memory" by matching numbers that can be added to make 10 and writing number sentences. In another game, scholars examine clear bags with small items to determine how many more would be needed to make 10. They can use missing addend sentences and search for other groups whose bag has the needed amount to combine! A word problem is also included.
In this multiplication properties worksheet, 4th graders identify and demonstrate usage of the multiplication properties. In this problem solving worksheet, the students answer 10 questions. A review of each property, its meaning, and an example of its usage is included on the worksheet.
Learners discover the commutative property. In this multiplication lesson plan, students explore how the commutative property eases multiplication. In a whole class setting, learners evaluate how regrouping the factors can generate an easier multiplication problem.
In this addition instructional activity, students solve 7 problems in which single digit numbers are added. Students learn the zero and commutative properties of addition on this page.
Young mathematicians investigate the commutative property of addition using manipulatives. They show that subtraction and addition are inverse operations.
Isn't it interesting that the commutative property allows you to add the same numbers two different ways, but you still get the same answer? Provide practice with this interesting property of addition with this simple 7 problem activity.
In this addition worksheet, 1st graders solve 5 problems in which picture clues are used to add numbers below 10. Students will discover the commutative property of addition.