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Make fact fluency practice fun with this engaging game that incorporates all four operations! Great for small group instruction also. File includes colorful cards, a score sheet, and an example of how a hand is played.
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Add an extra dimension to teaching Order of Operations with this fun, hands-on activity that your students will LOVE. Write an answer from the key on the board and then have students place the game pieces on the number strips to make the equation that equals the answer.Check out my Hands-on Math: Bu

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HASSLE FREE MATH GAME - Classroom Ready - Differentiated - Teachers/Student Tested - Answers includedSTUDENTS SELF CHECK THEIR WORK..........60 MINUTE ACTIVITYJUST PRINT AND GO !Teacher Feedback: "My students really enjoyed this game! Who would have thought that using playing cards would be a great

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Also included in: EDITABLE Grade 6 Bundle

Students love this order of operations activity - Footloose! It's a great way to review concepts AND keep students moving and engaged at the same time.Footloose cards require students to:Evaluate exponential expressionsUse order of operations to evaluate expressions with just the operationsUse order

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Also included in: Math Task Cards, Grades 4-5 | Footloose Math Game Bundle

Exponents (a basic introduction) "doodle notes" - When students color or doodle in math class, it activates both hemispheres of the brain at the same time. There are proven benefits of this cross-lateral brain activity:- new learning- relaxation (less math anxiety)- visual connections- better memor

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Color by number lessons can be a fun change of pace for students and may be used for practice, as a review, as a math center, or as an assignment choice for differentiation of lessons.
Notice: All calculations in this puzzle involve positive numbers. If you are interested in order of operations pro

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Also included in: Order of Operations Bundle

Cooperative learning activity where students match an algebraic expression to a story problem. Once all expressions have been matched, student teams are given the value of the variable with a clue card. Then they use the substitution property to solve word problem.

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This product provides great practice in critical thinking and problem solving using numerical expressions.
Order of Operations Dice can be played as an entire class, or directions are provided for center play. A practice worksheet is provided for both exponent and non-exponent play.
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Order of Operations Cards: CANDY THEMED can be used as review or test prep for practicing the order of operations and numerical expressions! Covers topics in a variety of ways.
This is just 1 center from a Bundle of 7 Fun & Engaging Math Centers for Test Prep!!!! Check it out to get the rest o

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Integer Insanity is a set of 24 integers problems including all operations. Students will have so much fun playing this game, that they won't even realize that they are practicing their order of operations skills!
How to play: (also included in the file)
1. This game is played in pairs (two people

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MathArt designs are seasonal and motivational! This free autumn design offers practice with middle-school order of operations. Kids work the math practice problems, hunt for the correct answer, and discover the color to use in the shape. The immediate feedback they receive encourages them to go o

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Are you looking for a quick way to introduce your students to the concept of Division? If so then this FREEBIE might be what you need!
This simple fill in sheet will allow your students see that a multiplication problem can:
*Be explained using words
*Be used to represent/count equal groups
*Be use

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First Grade Common Core - Two Digit Addition with/without regrouping.
Students roll two dice to create their own addition problems. Can be used to review addition with or without regrouping
Differentiated and Higher Level Thinking.

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You will love how easy it is to prepare these task cards for your centers, small group work, scoot, read the room, homework, seat work, the possibilities are endless. Your students will enjoy the freedom of task cards while learning and reviewing important skills at the same time! Perfect for review

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Students evaluate expressions using the order of operations in this free math pennant activity that doubles as class decor. Some pennants are more difficult than others, allowing you to differentiate. Once a pennant is complete, it can be hung along a string in your classroom to show the world that,

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Also included in: Algebra Pennants Bundle

A new and engaging matching activity using Order of Operations with powers perfect for ANY classroom!Included in this FREEBIE:- Teacher Preparation Directions- Student Directions for the Activity- Numerical ExpressionCards in Black and White for ink-saving printing- Answer Cards in Black and White f

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Speed, accuracy, and a ton of fun all rolled into this snowy activity. Groups of 4 work together to answer review problems. As they work their way through the activity a snow man is being built. This review includes:integer operationscombining like termssimplifying expressionsevaluating expressio

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5 Dice: Order of Operations Game is a math game intended for upper elementary and middle school students that helps students enjoy practicing their order of operations. This order of operation activity encourages students to use higher order thinking to solve the "target" number by working backwards

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This is a great visual for students to be able to evaluate expressions! Common core requires students to be able to evaluate expressions with parentheses, brackets, and braces beginning in 5th grade. They continue to use these skills as they solve problems, including those with multiple steps.

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This order of operations set is the perfect tool to teach your students the first Operations and Algebraic Thinking standard in the common core. By completing the activities in this set, your students will understand how to use parentheses, brackets, or braces in numerical expressions, and evaluate

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Also included in: Order of Operations Bundle 5th Grade

Bright Visual Reminders of Addition Math Strategies. Post them in your classroom to help your students remember the strategies. Also included with the posters are two additional pages. One with a black line master of rainbow sums of 10 page and one additional page of sums of 10.
This work is lic

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There is more to this Freebie than meets the eye! I have used this game with kiddos who are in 5th grade and remedial as well as who are in Algebra 1 and need enrichment!
For each problem:
You MUST use ALL the numbers 1,2,3 and 4.
You may NOT repeat the 1,2,3 or 4.
The numbers 1,2,3, and 4 do

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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

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With and without regrouping!
Great visual to have in the classroom for students to refer to.

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