Addition Properties Worksheets

Our printable addition properties worksheets are just the thing you need, whether you’re a novice keen to learn the basics or an experienced math learner wanting to extend your repertoire. All it takes is some strategies in place to turn a little kid into a math nerd. With everything from commutative property, associative property, identity property to inverse property, we have exercises to help learners in grade 1 through grade 7 to identify, comprehend, and apply the properties of operations as strategies to fluently add numbers. Complete the evaluation process in minutes with our answer keys. Our free addition properties worksheets are just too good to pass up.

Addition Properties Chart

Meet the four tools that will polish your adding skills in this properties of addition chart and comprehend the strategies using the definitions backed by examples and apply them to swiftly add numbers.

Commutative Property of Addition

Watch the addends commute and comprehend that swapping them doesn't change the sum with a variety of exercises offered by our addition properties worksheet pdfs for grade 1 through grade 4 kids.

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Associative Property of Addition

Another tool gets added to your toolbox with this strategy that states that no matter how you group or associate the addends in an addition equation the sum remains the same (a + b) + c = a + (b + c).

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Addition Properties | Revision | Sums within 20

Review and refine your grade 2 and grade 3 kids' skills in identifying the commutative and associative laws and distinguishing between the two in these printable addition properties worksheets.

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Identity Property of Addition

Any number plus 0 is the number itself: 2 + 0 = 2. Emphasize this law as you work your way through our identity property of addition worksheets, comprehending and applying the zero property to swiftly add numbers.

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Inverse Property of Addition

The sum of a number and its additive inverse is always a 0: 3 + (-3) = 0. Grade 5, grade 6, and grade 7 learners find the additive inverse and apply the strategy to complete equations in our inverse property of addition worksheet pdfs.

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