Math: Property Cube
Students or teacher will use the listed readwritethink.org site to create "Property Cubes". The cube pattern should be printed on card stock for durability. The list of properties studied have been compiled for easy reference. This activity can be used for a class, small group or indiviual review. This makes a great "ticket out" activity.

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Formative Feedback Strategy 7th grade Math – “Property Cube” 1. www.readwritethink.org/search/?sort_order=relevance&q=bio-cube&old_q 2. http://www.readwritethink.org/classroom-resources/student-interactives/cube-30057.html During the final 5-6 minutes of class, students will take turns rolling the “Property Cube”. When the “property cube” is rolled, students will then have to do one of the following: · give the definition of the property · write an example for the property · work with a partner to define and give example This is a great review and will act as an on- going assessment of the math property rules. Properties: 1. addition property of equality 2. additive inverse property 3. associative propertyof addition 4. associative property of multiplication 5. commutative property of multiplication 6. commutative property 7. Distributive Property 8. Division property of equality 9. Identity property of addition 10. Identity property of multiplication 11. Multiplication property of equality 12. Multiplicative Inverse property 13. Subtraction property of equality

Students or teacher will use the listed readwritethink.org site to create "Property Cubes". The cube pattern should be printed on card stock for durability. The list of properties studied have been compiled for easy reference. This activity can be used for a class, small group or indiviual review. This makes a great "ticket out" activity.

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Formative Feedback Strategy7th grade Math – “Property Cube”1. www.readwritethink.org/search/?sort_order=relevance&q=bio-cube&old_q2. http://www.readwritethink.org/classroom-resources/student-interactives/cube-30057.htmlDuring the final 5-6 minutes of class, students will take turns rolling the “Property Cube”. When the “property cube” is rolled, students will then have to do one of the following:

· give the definition of the property

· write an example for the property

· work with a partner to define and give example

This is a great review and will act as an on- going assessment of the math property rules.

Properties:1. addition property of equality

2. additive inverse property

3. associative propertyof addition

4. associative property of multiplication

5. commutative property of multiplication

6. commutative property

7. Distributive Property

8. Division property of equality

9. Identity property of addition

10. Identity property of multiplication

11. Multiplication property of equality

12. Multiplicative Inverse property

13. Subtraction property of equality