# Properties of Operations

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Throughout the Math Common Core for Grades 1 - 8, "properties of operations" is mentioned a lot.....that students should know how to use them to solve problems.

Multi-digit multiplication is a difficult concept to teach. Long gone are the days where we teach one method, such as long multiplication, and just *hope* that all of our students catch on and can use

Distributive Property of Multiplication Anchor Chart

Okay, raise your hand if you’re an elementary teacher and just the mention of the distributive property makes you break out in a cold sweat. Go ahead…no one can see you. Hmmmm, that’s what I thought. 🙂 The common core standards are all about the properties, and that’s very new to most elementary teachers. It’s […]

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Looking for fun, new resources for teaching arrays in 2nd grade? This set of 20 task cards provides photographed examples of real life uses for arrays. Great for small group math centers, whole class scoot games, or math tubs!

A Hands-On introduction the Distributive Property of Multiplication. I love this!

Arrays activities 2nd grade to introduce students to multiplication fun ideas such as this one to paint repeated addition equations

Teaching kids to find the area of composite shapes- math unit for teaching area. Hands-on, engaging math activities to help kids understand how to find the area of composite shapes. \$

The DISTRIBUTIVE PROPERTY of multiplication can be tricky! This post gives you fun, engaging STRATEGIES and ACTIVITIES that students will love!

FREE Worksheet with answers, Bell Work, Guided Notes, Exit Quiz, Power Point, Lesson Plans and more to help teach the Distributive Property!

Apply properties of operations as strategies to add and subtract - commutative and associative (Common Core 1.OA.3) | Operations & Algebraic Thinking | Learnist

Okay, raise your hand if you’re an elementary teacher and just the mention of the distributive property makes you break out in a cold sweat. Go ahead…no one can see you. Hmmmm, that’s what I thought. 🙂 The common core standards are all about the properties, and that’s very new to most elementary teachers. It’s […]

Inverse means opposite or reverse. In math, addition and subtraction are inverse operations. When we add, we are putting together. When we subtract, we are taking apart. Multiplication and division are inverse operations. When we divide, we are separating a whole into equal groups. When we multiply, we are combining equal groups into a whole. …