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Made this for the kids today. I had a lot of fun making it :)

Array Wall Chart~ Arrays also help students understand the commutative property of multiplication.

These posters provide a brief explanation, nickname, and examples for commutative, identity, and associative properties of addition. They are great...

### Domino Doubles Game

Help your kids have fun while learning their doubles math facts with this Domino Doubles Game from Creative Family Fun

Commutative Property of Multiplication It would be fun to create this chart for 0x and 1x, especially for students who would benefit from seeing what these facts look like.

Fun way to teach the Commutative Property of Addition

Good example of commutative property

This mini booklet is a great resource to have on hand when teaching your kiddos about the three addition properties. Your students can explain each property, and show examples and non-examples of each as well. There are also blank pages for your students to illustrate each property using pictures (their favorite part!).This covers the Identity Property, Associative Property and Commutative Property.

Circle Define, Circle Definition A Circle is the locus of all points that are at an equal distance from....complete information about the circle, definition of an circle, examples of an circle, step by step solution of problems involving circle. Also answering questions like, what is an circle? what are circle? http://www.icoachmath.com/math_dictionary/circle.html

Descriptions and examples of all of the properties of multiplication on one easy sheet for reference. On it are: Commutative Property, Associative...

Associative and Commutative Property Sort

math properties. Found on Pinterest, could love to credit the original link.

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

Math properties...front (inside is definitions and examples)

This mini booklet is a great resource to have on hand when teaching your kiddos about the three addition properties. Your students can explain each property, and show examples and non-examples of each as well. There are also blank pages for your students to illustrate each property using pictures (their favorite part!).This covers the Identity Property, Associative Property and Commutative Property.