Ch 2: 5th Grade Math: Number Properties

About This Chapter

Bolster your 5th graders' arithmetic skills with entertaining video lessons that explain addition and multiplication properties. Check their understanding of these concepts with short multiple-choice quizzes that link back to video content.

5th Grade Math: Number Properties - Chapter Summary

Whether your 5th grade student is struggling with basic number properties or just needs a quick review, these illustrated video lessons can be used to walk him or her through sample arithmetic problems that demonstrate the commutative and distributive properties as well as the multiplication property of zero. Multiple-choice quizzes and a chapter test are also included to ensure your student has a firm grasp of the problem-solving steps discussed in these number properties lessons.

Chapter Lessons and Objectives

LessonObjective
Commutative Property of Addition: Definition & Examples Students learn why the sum of two or more numbers will be the same, regardless of the order of addends.
How Commutative Property Relates to Place Value This lesson uses place value, along with mathematical equations and models, to further demonstrate the commutative property of addition.
Commutative Property of Multiplication: Definition & Examples Instructors explain how the commutative property also applies when multiplying numbers.
The Multiplication Property of Zero: Definition & Examples Students learn why any number multiplied by zero is still zero.
Distributive Property of Multiplication This lesson shows students how to apply the distributive property to problems.

Chapter Practice Exam
Test your knowledge of this chapter with a 30 question practice chapter exam.
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Practice Final Exam
Test your knowledge of the entire course with a 50 question practice final exam.
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