# Multiplication properties

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Multiplication Properties Anchor Chart by Mrs. P, for fourth or fifth grade math. Commutative, Associative (my favorite), Distributive, Identity, and Zero Properties.

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Ready your lesson plans for teaching properties of multiplication with these creative properties of multiplication activities! Learning the properties of multiplication is an essential foundation for multiplication readiness. Inside you'll find hands-on multiplication properties activities that use games and fun manipulatives to teach commutative, associative, distributive, and properties of one and zero with a freebie!

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When we first introduce students to multiplication we use hands-on activities. Students practice… creating arrays with square tiles creating equal groups with counters writing repeated addition sentences drawing number lines and skip-counting But what happens when students are asked to solve 7 x 7, 8 x 9, or 12 x 6? Sure. They could use […]

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

Properties, properties. So many to teach and so little time. Not to mention what an abstract concept it is for students to understand. Here are some tricks I use when teaching the properties of multiplication: 1. Commutative- Before I start I have students use a Thesaurus to find lots of synonyms for the word talk. We make a word web of all of the words. One of the words is always communicate. We talk about what communicate means. It means to say something by talking, writing, using sign…

Math Properties Anchor Chart! Teach students about the commutative, associative, distributive and identity properties this this anchor chart!

The Associative Property of Multiplication says that when we multiply three or more numbers, it doesn’t matter how we group them. The result will always be the same. In other words, if we have three numbers A, B, and C, we can write it like this: (A × B) × C = A × (B.