Multiplicative Property of Zero Teacher Resources
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Having a good working knowledge of math vocabulary is so important for learners as they progress through different levels of mathematical learning. Here is 125 pages worth of wonderfully constructed vocabulary and concept review cards. This is a fantastic resource that you can use throughout the school year.
- Display cards and change them out as you progress through different topics
- Use the cards as review throughout the year to remind students of past learning
- Laminate the cards and allow students to sort them into topics they definitely understand, somewhat understand, and don't yet understand
In this properties of real numbers worksheet, 9th graders solve and complete 30 different problems that include identifying and using various types of properties. First, they define each property by stating an example for each one listed. Then, students name the property illustrated by each given statement.
Third graders review addition in a race. In this identity property of addition, 3rd graders calculate problems to understand the relationship of zero to any addition problem. Students identify the property of zero.
In this multiplication property of zero and one learning exercise, 4th graders solve the equation problems that multiply by zero and one. Students finish with one multiplication word problem.
In this multiplication instructional activity, students use the multiplication properties of zero and one to solve the six word problems.
For this multiplying by a multiple of ten reteaching worksheet, 4th graders review how to use basic facts and the property of zero to multiply by ten. They apply the algorithm to complete 11 examples including 2 word problems.
Second graders examine the commutative property of addition and the property of zero in addition and subtraction. They complete an asessment worksheet to gain practice reading and working number sentences horizontally and vertically.
What does baking cupcakes have to do with multiplication? Watch this video and find out as your class learns that multiplication is the repeated addition of equal groups. Properties of multiplication are also introduced with illustrations that reinforce their meaning. Includes key vocabulary and a short assessment; making this a great resource to transition young scholars from addition to multiplication.
Knowing the multiplicative properties of 1 and 0 makes life much easier for young mathematicians. Examples are provided in the third video of this series that clearly demonstrate the use of these properties in real world contexts. A Guided Practice video is also included that provides an opportunity for learners to demonstrate their understanding of these special properties. A great addition to an introductory unit on multiplication.
The inverse relationship between multiplication and division guides young mathematicians as they explore the properties of 1 and 0 in the fifth video of this series. Real-world contexts are presented with the help of visual models that clearly explain these special properties of division. The lesson concludes with a summary of four simple rules for young mathematicians to remember when solving division problems. This resource will nicely supplement an introductory unit on division, either as a whole class or independent learning activity.
In this multiply with 1 and 0 learning exercise, students review the two multiplication rules for Property of One and the Zero Property. Students then use both rules to solve the multiplication problems.
Use this test answer key worksheet to have learners make up problems to complete a multiplication answer key. They complete 19 blanks in the answer key and write what property they used.
In this math worksheet, learners solve five problems, identifying each property as it is used. They identify the used property in 9 problems.
Students use paper cups and colored chips to observe properties of operations with real numbers. As a class, students brainstorm and use manipulatives to demonstrate associative, commutative, distributive identity and inverse properties. In groups, they write a "properties poem" and create a slide show explaining the properties. Additional multi-sensory projects are listed.
Here is a complete chapter on graphing linear equations and functions. Learners review graphing points on a coordinate plane, graph lines and functions, and write linear equations.
Kids gain a deeper understanding of mathematical symbols, by playing an interactive game using flash cards. They complete an attached Missing Symbols Worksheet, flash card and an assessment are also included.
In this algebra worksheet, students identify different properties of integers and their operations. There are 30 questions with an answer key.
In this simplifying expressions worksheet, 9th graders solve and complete 19 various types of problems where students select the best choice from each multiple choice item. First, they simplify a number of given expressions by using the order of operations. Then, students determine the property that justifies each expression.
In this properties worksheet, 9th graders solve and complete 29 various types of problems that include identifying various types of properties. First, they give an example of each property named. Then, students name the property illustrated by each given statement. In addition, they evaluate the expression and name the property used for each step.
Students explore the Mayan culture’s achievements in mathematics. In this secondary mathematics lesson, students investigate the Mayan calendar and convert from Mayan numbers to decimal numbers and vice versa. Students add, subtract, multiply and divide in Mayan arithmetic.