Other

Math

Order of Operations

Sponsored

- Rating
- Best Seller
- Most Recent
- Price (Ascending)
- Price (Descending)

showing 1-24 of 171 results

The First Days of Algebra: Interactive Flip Book
Teachers- extend your summer relaxation mode into September with this “stress-free” beginning of the school year resource. Absolutely no teacher prep needed- just print and distribute!
This interactive flip book contains 21 pages of Guided Not

Subjects:

Types:

*NEW AND UPDATED FORMAT*
After careful study I am reformatting my notes to be easier to understand and be better resources for students. They will also more directly address the Common Core standards, and more specifically the Math Florida Standards (my home state).
I have designed this listing t

Subjects:

CCSS:

Students will complete 18 problems practicing adding/subtracting, multiplying and dividing radicals. As students finish a problem, they will match their answer to one in the answer bank. Then they will put whatever letter is next to their answer in the numbered box to complete the puzzle and answer

Also included in: Algebra 2 Activities Growing Bundle

These are the first five activities from my new book, Puzzling Algebra, available now on Amazon.com. Note: The book is now available for digital download in my store here on Teacherspayteachers.com.
Activities include:
1) Order of operations - solve the problems and use your answers to find your w

A highly engaging unit summary or review activity for exponent laws, packed with the motivation of a mystery picture and collaborative goal! Three versions are included, one with only positive exponents, and one with negative exponents included, and one with more basic problems without mixing the l

Subjects:

Types:

CCSS:

Also included in: Most-Loved Math Mosaic Bundle!

This activity was designed to practice order of operations with my Pre-Algebra students. Both positive and negative integer operations are used.
There are 18 pinwheels. In the center of each pinwheel is an integer. Around the outside of the pinwheel are 6 different problems. Students must solve eac

Subjects:

Types:

This multiple choice test (20 questions + bonus question) includes questions on order of operations, simplifying expressions, solving equations, solving and graphing inequalities (including compound), and word problem applications. The test was constructed using multiple choice question from the End

Subjects:

Types:

All California public school students must pass the California High School Exit Examination (CAHSEE) in order to receive a high school diploma.
This PowerPoint is used as a review prior to the exam. These are the 40 released questions from the Algebra & Functions section.
Other PowerPoint CAHS

Subjects:

Functions, expressions, inputs, outputs, and creating function rules or formulas ! !
This is a set of 4 different games all involving dice.
One activity is even a board game with some special rules to make it a little more interesting!
These 4 activities are perfect for creating centers in yo

Subjects:

Types:

Looking for a fun way to review some basic math skills like fractions, percents, simplifying integers? This treasure hunt will incorportate movement in the classroom while reviewing some important skills for students that indicate success in the classroom. Students can start anywhere in the room in

Subjects:

Types:

This is a math test prep lesson that covers how to simplify square roots as part of the Number and Operations material that many state exams cover.
This is one of 61 lessons available in the workbook titled The Essentials of High School Math from Willow Tree Publishing. Each book contains an answer

Subjects:

Grades:

Types:

Need an extra credit boost for your students or just want to have them review their most recent lesson on squares and square roots? Try the Level 4 Math Sudoku puzzles! Students will first translate items from one grid to the next using their rules of squares and square roots (and PEMDAS!) before so

Subjects:

Types:

18x24 inch poster explaining how to add and subtract radicals.

Subjects:

Types:

12 tarsia puzzles
algebra 1
1 step equations
2 step equations
1 step inequalities
2 step inequalities
absolute value
multi step equations
square roots
tarsia
tarsia's

Subjects:

Types:

This eBook contains 35 printable worksheets with Wheel-of-Fortune-like riddles with solving 1 and 2-step equations; equations with parentheses, fractions, decimals and unknowns on both sides; and 1 and 2-step inequality problems as clues, plus 35 standard worksheets with detailed illustrations.
"We

Subjects:

Types:

Help your students master the order of operations PEMDAS in your high school math course. Used as a bell-ringer, quiz, study station, review, students will be practicing applying PEMDAS - the order of operations.
Includes:
• Concept summary handouts for students, with summary of the Order of Operat

Subjects:

Types:

This is a bundle set of guided notebook pages for the interactive math notebook on the Foundations of Algebra
The Powerpoint is meant to be interactive so that you can write on it. (White Board or Mobi style)
I also created a PREZI instead of a Powerpoint which I use now. Look for my PREZI bundl

Subjects:

Grades:

In order to solidify the idea of solving a literal equation, this PowerPoint uses items, symbols, and shapes to help students understand the process.

Subjects:

Types:

CCSS:

FOUNDATIONS of ALGEBRAThis resource includes problem sets to cover concepts from a typical first unit of Algebra 1 (see list of skills)SKILLS covered•Identify rates.•Evaluate expressions.•Simplify expressions.•Use order of operations.•Use and identify properties of algebra.•Decompose expressions.•Re

Subjects:

Grades:

Types:

CCSS:

This activity allows the students to practice order of operations problems that contain decimals, fractions and integers. Place the problems around, the students will complete a problem and the answer will be on another sheet of paper. This allows the students to self assess as they go.

Subjects:

Types:

This PowerPoint presentation walks students through equations with one solution, no solutions, and infinite solutions.
Fonts used in the presentation are available for free at 1001freefonts.com: MRF Springtime Blues Two, and Always Forever
Also in my store are guided notes (fill in the blank) that

Subjects:

CCSS:

This is an assessment intended to check the following skills to begin a geometry course:
1) adding and subtracting positive numbers
2) evaluating operations by squaring and adding
3) evaluating radical expressions (and using calculator to round to the nearest hundredth)
Order of operations is addr

Subjects:

This is a math test prep lesson that explains the order of operations, including grouping with parentheses, absolute value, exponents, and evaluating algebraic expressions, as part of the Number and Operations material that many state exams cover.
This is one of 61 lessons available in the workbook

Subjects:

Grades:

Types:

showing 1-24 of 171 results