I created these puzzles for my students to practice and apply the community property of multiplication. In addition to playing a matching game, your students can also extend the activity by finding the products of each multiplication problem. I suggest printing these on brightly colored card stock. You can use them for a math station, small group work, or individual practice. Anther fun activity would be to give each student in the room one puzzle piece and then let them find their match. These are great practice no matter how you choose to use these puzzles in your classroom!