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Margaret Johnson

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Commutative Property: Matching

I know that six plus five equals five plus six. I can use the Commutative Property of Addition. 1. Tap the add button. 2. Watch the video link, then play the teacher video. 3. Tap the link by the car to go to the next page. 4. On page 2, move the equations to the matching equation (the addends traded places). Tap the link by the car to go to the next page. 5. On page 3, move the dot cards to make the addends change order. Tap the link by the car to go to the next page. 6. On page 4, move the pieces from the blue box at the bottom to complete each equation. 7. Tap the green check to turn in your work.

1st Grade, Math
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Inspired by activity from Tamera Wilson in Community Library. Added pages for more student demonstration of understanding and video lesson.