Commutative Property of Addition Worksheets

Applying commutative property of addition as a strategy builds fluency in grade 1, grade 2, grade 3, and grade 4 kids. Whether it is adding numbers within 10 using pictures, or adding numbers that sum up to 20, or finding the sum of 2-digit and 3-digit numbers, our printable commutative property of addition worksheets have it all meticulously crafted. The commutative property states that regardless of the order of the addends in an addition equation, the sum remains the same. Remembering the formula for commutative property of addition is a + b = b + a and you are good to go! The more flexible the computation method the easier it gets to produce results efficiently. Save time and effort employing our answer keys. Our free commutative property of addition worksheet will leave kids yearning for more!

Commutative Property of Addition | Sums within 20

Grade 1 and grade 2 kids achieve flexibility in addition, as they fill in the missing numbers, and identify commutative property in addition equations that sum up to 20 in these identifying commutative property of addition pdf worksheets.

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Commutative Property of Addition Using Pictures

What better way to introduce the commutative property of addition than to use pictures? Help your 1st grade kids to a hefty slice of practice in counting pictures and writing the addends within 10 and watching them trade places.

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Commutative Property of Addition | 2 and 3 Addends

Adriana is stringing 3 red, 4 green, and 2 yellow beads to make a bracelet. Will changing the order of the beads change the total? Definitely not! Get ready for some flipping over fun with 2 or 3 terms to be added in these pdfs.

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Commutative Property of Addition | 2-Digits & 3-Digits

Switching the addends doesn't change the sum. With these printable commutative property of addition worksheets, the time is now ripe for kids in 3rd grade and 4th grade to take their practice up a notch with 2-digit and 3-digit addends.

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