Thanksgiving Turkey Properties of Addition Task Cards
Thanksgiving Turkey Properties of Addition Task Cards So many thanks to give to those around me this year. I wanted to share a little freebie with you all to review those properties of addition . These task cards are a simple tool to laminate and use in the classroom during small group math time. Students look at the problem on the turkey's sign and then either use a clothespin or any type of marker to find the problems that match the same inverse commutative or identity math problem. Head…
Positive and Negative numbers are added using both the vertical and horizontal number lines; the rules of addition in algebra are introduced, as well, and students apply these rules to calculations. Properties (Closure for addition, commutative, associative, Identity, and inverse) are presented with a discussion as to how these properties relate to operations of addition.
2nd Grade Math Test PrepStation 2: Addition and Subtraction - AWESOME!!! Skills included: 2 and 3-Digit Addition with & without regrouping, 3-Digit Subtraction with & without regrouping, Finding the value of the unknown (box), Fact Families-1-Digit using Dominoes, Fact Families-2-Digit using Hundreds Grid, Inverse Operation, Equal Equations, Word Problems - Single and Multi-Step, Basic Properties of Addition, Benchmark Numbers
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.
Algebraic Properties You Should Know You can use a number of properties when working with linear algebraic expressions, including the commutative, associative, and distributive properties of addition and multiplication, as well as identities and inverses in addition and multiplication: