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A PowerPoint Presentation that goes along with my FREE product "Commutative, Associative, and Distributive Property Table". Includes examples of how to use the properties to change problems for mental math. (I prefer to use my other product "Simplifying Expressions" for teaching the distributive pro

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This is a PowerPoint designed to teach double digit addition without regrouping. It is best to use this slideshow while students follow along with manipulatives. While this may move a little slow, I prefer to make sure students really understand the fundamentals of double digit addition before movin

This is a flipchart (or powerpoint) that is designed to introduce students to two of the properties of addition: the commutative property and the identity property. It correlates to the VA SOL 3.20:
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a) investigate the identity and the commutative properties for addition
The flipch

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Quel enfant n'aime pas la crème glacée ?
Voici un ensemble amusant qui comprend des activités en mathématique / lecture et écriture. En français ! Choisissez entre 3 activités mathématique selon l’objectif d’apprentissage. Vous pouvez utiliser ces activités en ateliers ou comme activité d’enrichisse

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This is an introductory math lesson on using base ten blocks (place value blocks) to model 2 digit by 1 digit multiplication. It also show students how to look at the base ten blocks and see it as an array for quicker multiplication. It mmets the 3rd grade Georgia Performance (GPS) standards for mat

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This is an introductory math lesson on multiplying 2 digit numbers by 1 digit numbers using the distributive property and partial products. It meets the 3rd grade Georgia Performance (GPS) standards for math. This lesson has 10 slides and includes an essential question, interactive student practice,

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This is an introductory math lesson on estimating/rounding products when multiplying 2 digit numbers by 1 digit numbers. It meets the 3rd grade Georgia Performance (GPS) standards for math. This lesson has 11 slides and includes an essential question, an internet link, interactive student practice,

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In this presentation students are presented with examples and general rules for the Associative Properties of Addition and Multiplication, and the Commutative Properties of Addition and Multiplication. Lastly, variable expressions are defined and students are shown how to determine the number of te

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This is a introductory math lesson on multiplying 2 digit numbers by 1 digit numbers using the regrouping method. Students are also encouraged to use the partial product method, which the should already have been taught. It meets the 3rd grade Georgia Performance (GPS) standards for math. This lesso

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Using the Model Method of Singapore Math, this is a 4th grader lesson on addition and subtraction with multi -digit numbers. I have a video version for this as well. This is just around 10 min presentation, showing students how to do the math model as introduced in the Singapore Math.

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In this presentation students are shown why fractions are multiplied numerator x numerator over denominator x denominator. They are also shown how to change mixed numbers to fractions so they can multiplied in the same manner. Students are then asked to multiply reciprocals in order to get a produ

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Bonjour!
Voici un document des lettres (minuscules/majuscules) et des nombres de 0 à 30 sur le thème de l’Halloween!
Bonne journée!
Mathieu Desrochers Morin

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In this presentation students are taught how to write numbers in exponential notation and how to simplify expressions involving exponents when numbers are being multiplied and divided. The same strategy for simplifying a numeric fraction is used to simplify a fraction containing variables and expon

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In this presentation students are shown how to use additive and multiplicative inverses in order to solve (isolate) x in a given equation. Students start with one step equations and then move towards increasingly challenging 2 step equations.

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The Cornell style notes help students to convert units of measurement.

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Journal questions that are used before class starts. They are usually warm-ups before the actual lesson. Questions are used as review and as an introduction to the lesson as well.

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This is an introduction lesson to the Elementary/Intermediate Algebra which defines what is the real numbers set as well as different types of set notations. Besides important definitions of terms used through whole algebra there are included properties for real numbers and visual chart of real numb

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This is a handout or mini lesson on the real number system. The document includes a discussion of number systems overall. There is a FAQ section that discusses the history of our number system, other number systems, the uniqueness of zero, and the difference between number and numerals. The secon

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The distributive axiom is the basis for the multiplication algorithm involving factors with multiple digits, and it is also the fastest way to do mental math. While it is increasingly added to elementary math texts, the coverage is often sketchy, misplaced, and poorly integrated. In addition, no obv

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The distributive axiom can seem rather abstract to elementary students, so teaching it through concrete geometric patterns can help to clarify the concept. In these slides, the distributive axiom is approached by treating the multiplier as the number of rows or columns and chopping the line of objec

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A must see for any math teacher who cares about reaching ALL types of learners.
This video is an introduction to an alternative method for presenting operations with whole numbers. Prof. Hoff's method for teaching mathematical operations ties whole numbers, fractions, scientific notation, and even

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These are great notes for students learning the order of operations. They include three more challenging problems plus two you try problems. These notes are super easy to follow!The answer key is also included in this file.
Also, check out my other order of operations products- Order of Operations

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I made this .PPT to be used with the DOCERI App that allows you falwlessly to write over your Powerpoints as you stay mobile while giving this lecture.

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