# Tug of War: Commutative Property Worksheet

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Tug of war is a fun game which your child can engage in at the park, in the playground, or even in the backyard here at home with some friends. You can use your child’s favorite game to teach them a bit of simple mathematics. Do they know what commutative property is? If they don’t, teach them that the commutative property rule states that changing the order of factors does not change the product. Look at the equations in the middle of this worksheet, and hold your child’s hand as they draw a line to the side with the matching equation.

Required skills:
Students should know what commutative property is - a rule in math that states that changing the order of factors does not change the product. Students should also be able to match equations that follow the commutative property with their corresponding pairs.

Difficulty level:
Easy
Standards:
3.OA.B.5

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