# order of operations

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This game is from Mr. Bailey, one of my mentor teachers from my credential days. I still remember him teaching it to me during one of our lunch breaks, with his hand full of dice. I was skeptical a…

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GEMDAS, GEMS, BIMDAS, PEMDAS... whatever you call the order of operations, here is a free mobile for your math classroom

My Math Resources - PEMDAS Order of Operations Poster, Bulletin Board & Anchor Chart

Roll 4 dice, and write down each number in the frame box. Using all four numbers, try to find an equation with an answer that is one of the numbers on the bowling pins. Example: if you roll a 3,4,2,2, you could make the equation (4+3)+2-2 = 7. You would then color in pin #7 Do this as many times a...

GREAT way to review order of operations as a whole class! This game includes 50 order of operations expressions to use to play bingo with your class. I have included 30 different pre made bingo cards along with a blank template as well as the 50 expressions that can be displayed to the whole clas...

Give your students a step-by-step example of the proper order of operations for their math folder, interactive notebook, or to keep handy at their desks while solving problems. This set includes color and b&w student cards for interactive notebooks, full page PEMDAS poster, and 2 posters for par...

5th Grade Decimals Flip and Go Math Cards - 30 math task cards that reinforce 5th grade decimal understandings. \$

The Order of Operations game I adapted off Pinterest. My students are going to love it. Every group gets a sentence strip with the same numbers on it. I will then call out a solution and the groups have to use the operations to make the numerical expression true. The first group to place the operations correctly and prove it earns 3 points, the second group gets two points and the third group gets 1 point. Then we will discuss the process on how they figured it out.

This Common Core aligned Algebra (order of operations and writing simple expressions) Assessment Pack is a complete formative and summative assessment package, ready to use, to assess your students understanding during your instruction of order of operations and writing simple expressions. ▶️ This...

I Have It: Order of Operations is a way for students to complete an I Have...Who Has activity on their own and practice order of operation problems. Students cut apart the strips, solve the problems, and glue them in order from start to end. I Have It: Order of Operations includes 1 sheet of strips, a...

This order of operations pack contains a total of seventy-two (72) task cards divided into three (3) sets. Although this is perfect for Grade 4, it can also be used for Grades 5-6, middle school, and even students taking Algebra.Key features:*Most expressions contain parentheses*All expressions do n...

This hands-on activity is a great way to get students thinking about the Order of Operations! Common misconceptions will quickly emerge so they can be corrected! Place students in small groups. Cut the activity sheet into strips and mix them up. Place the *START* strip on the top of the pile, an...

Order of Operations & Numerical Expressions Dot Games are a fun and easy way to practice evaluating order of operations problems and writing numerical expressions. Use as a math center in your classroom and keep early finishers learning while having fun with this little to no-prep option!

Order of Operations Notes and Activities Bundle The following is included in this bundle. Click the links to get a more detailed description and preview of each individual activity. 1) Cornell Notes to teach/review the Order of Operations. There are 10 practice problems, and room at the bottom f...