Basic Number Properties: Mnemonic Strategy Posters for:  Commutative Property, Distributive Property, Identity Property and Associative Property

Basic Number Properties: Mnemonic Strategy Posters for: Commutative Property, Distributive Property, Identity Property and Associative Property

FREE This PowerPoint slide will allow your students to match up the number properties and an example. For instance: They will have one square that says COMMUTATIVE PROPERTY OF ADDITION which they would have to match with the numerical example: 3 + (-5) = -5 + 3. This game includes the Associative Properties, Commutative Properties, Identity Property, Zero Properties, and Additive Inverse Property. I used this game as an entry in my students' interactive math journal.

FREE This PowerPoint slide will allow your students to match up the number properties and an example. For instance: They will have one square that says COMMUTATIVE PROPERTY OF ADDITION which they would have to match with the numerical example: 3 + (-5) = -5 + 3. This game includes the Associative Properties, Commutative Properties, Identity Property, Zero Properties, and Additive Inverse Property. I used this game as an entry in my students' interactive math journal.

How to teach using repeated addition to find total number of objects in an array (2.OA.2). All ideas are FREE!

How to teach using repeated addition to find total number of objects in an array (2.OA.2). All ideas are FREE!

Here's a quick reference sheet for students on the Commutative, Associative, Distributive, Identity, and Zero properties for multiplication.

Here's a quick reference sheet for students on the Commutative, Associative, Distributive, Identity, and Zero properties for multiplication.

Number Properties Foldable Flipbook | Associative Property | Commutative Property | Distributive Property

Number Properties Foldable Flipbook | Associative Property | Commutative Property | Distributive Property

The Commutative Property  - Use dominoes to show that whichever way you look at the numbers, the sum is the same

The Commutative Property - Use dominoes to show that whichever way you look at the numbers, the sum is the same

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