I would use this game for teaching the commutative property. This would be awesome for teaching activities, such as that! I would also use it to teach things that are equal/not equal. This could be used starting in Kindergarten and going all the way up to possibly 5th grade.

Students will illustrate general principles and properties of operations, such as commutativity, using specific numbers;

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Hi everyone, it is Jane checking in with a few ideas for teaching patterns in math. I just moved down to grade two from grade five so it h.

patterning musical chairs...love this idea!

Term 1 Patterning Musical Chairs: Pass out manipulatives to students to create a pattern on their desk. Play music as students travel around the room. When you stop the music, add 1 more unit onto the pattern.

patterning musical chairs...love this idea!

Term 1 Patterning Musical Chairs: Pass out manipulatives to students to create a pattern on their desk. Play music as students travel around the room. When you stop the music, add 1 more unit onto the pattern.

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