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Using Commutative Property Addition Worksheet, students write provided equations to show that numbers can be added in any order.
Using this Mama Mia Commutative Property Addition Activity, students practice the Commutative Property of Addition by writing equations in any order.
Using Adding In Any Order Worksheet, students add two numbers in any order by using pictures to write two different equations.
Using Commutative and Associative Properties Worksheet, students solve the addition equations below by applying the commutative and associative properties.
Using Why Does it Work Addition Subtraction Strategies Activity, students explain why addition and subtraction strategies work, using place value and the properties of operations.
Using Commutative Property of Addition Activity, students match the popcorn cards to the matching popcorn container to show examples of the property.
Using Penguins Multiplication Division Properties Activity, students explain why multiplication and division strategies work.
In this 3.OA.5 Third Grade Common Core Lesson, students apply properties of operations as strategies to multiply and divide.
Using Why It Works Explaining Addition and Subtraction Worksheet, students solve the addition and subtraction equations below by applying the properties.
Using Property Monsters Math Properties Activity, students sort equations into types of properties to build their understanding of order of operation.
In this 1.OA.3 First Grade Common Core Lesson, students discover that you can add in any order and get the same sum each time!
Using If I Know This Then I Know Addition Worksheet, students solve the addition equations below by applying the commutative property.
Using Using Strategies to Solve Equations Worksheet, students solve the addition equations using words or pictures to explain how you solved.
In this 5.NF.5 Fifth Grade Common Core Lesson, students compare the size of a product to the size of one factor to the other factor.
In this 3.OA.7 Third Grade Common Core lesson students determine the unknown whole number in a multiplication or division equation.