# Property Progression (an algebraic property board game)

MissMathDork
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6th - 9th
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>40
MissMathDork
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### Description

Tired of just using flash cards to help your students practice their algebraic properties? Property Progression is a board game that helps students understand the meaning of properties at various levels - in words, by pictures, and using examples. Roll the die, land on a shape, then complete the task:

Represent it! – Draw a picture to represent your property. You may not draw an example of the property.

Build it! – Create an example of your property using only numbers.

Phrase it! – Using less than 5 words, describe your property. You may not use part of the property name

You are purchasing two versions -- a pre-algebra (5th,6th,7th) and an algebra version (8th grade +).

Properties included in this game:
*included in both Algebra and Pre-Algebra versions
**included only in Algebra version

*Commutative of multiplication
*Associative of multiplication
*Multiplicative Identity
*Multiplicative Inverse
*Multiplicative property of Zero
*Zero Product
*Distributive Property
**Closure Property of Multiplication
**Reflexive Property
**Transitive Property
**Symmetric Property
**Substitution Property
**Distributive Property of Multiplication over Addition
**Distributive Property of Multiplication over Subtraction
**Subtraction Property of Equality
**Multiplication Property of Equality
**Division Property of Equality
**Subtraction Property of Inequality
**Multiplication Property of Inequality
**Division Property of Inequality

Great activity that have been classroom tested and has had positive results.

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