Summarize: Commutative: the ORDER in which you add or multiply numbers doesn't matter. Associative: how you GROUP the numbers when you add or multiply doesn't matter. Same kid friendly meanings for identity (how the number still sees itself in the mirror), inverse (opposite and upside down), and distributive (break a number apart).
Integer Addition and Subtraction page. After answering all of the questions, students color in according to the key at the top of the page. The finished product is a fish! Answer key is a different pin.
This miss jude math! graphic organizer is perfect for your Interactive Notebook or to use as a handy reference for quadrilaterals. Included is a blank organizer which can be used to take notes and a filled-in version for reference. From the miss jude math! TPT store
Teacher Tip - Use sticky notes as a math manipulative when teaching the associative property of #multiplication To watch more ideas about properties of multiplication check out the replay of my #MathMondaysFBLive by clicking the link in my Instagram profile above.
Properties of Multiplication Foldable $2.50- Help students learn or review the properties of multiplication. Students make the foldable at a math center or as a whole class. Send home to study or glue into math journal.