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This page is a fun way for students to practice Order of Operations. It is also 'self-checking'. If a student solves a problem, and the correct answer does not appear, they know they have made a mistake.
I use this in a few different ways. In class, students each recieve a worksheet (I also allow

Where the edges of the grid touch are the problems and answers. Students much correctly match each edge.
1. Print on cardstock and laminate. Cut each of the 4x4 grid. Keep one copy uncut as the answer sheet.
2. Give each group or pair a set. The first team to correctly complete the grid

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This is a 12 question engaging order of operation review activity. Students are expected to know the steps of Order of Operations, PEMDAS, or "Please Excuse My Dear Aunt Sally." Some of the questions iinclude negatives for students to work through as well. The first few problems are somewhat easi

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Give this hands-on activity a try for a fun way to practice simplifying expressions with order of operations. The puzzle includes 30 problems to simplify and create a hexagon when finished.
This activity promotes active engagement and mathematical discussions as students work together to match the

This activity is a great for your students a couple of day before Christmas break or for homework. It is great for differentiation, stations or centers, partner work, or homework. It will get your students practicing the order of operations in a fun and festive way.
***Also included in the Christm

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Also included in: Christmas Math Activities Bundle

There are two puzzles included in this product. The first is a 3x3 puzzle for order of operations evaluation. The second puzzle is for naming which steps you do in which order and is a 4x4 puzzle. There are puzzle mats/boards to aid students in solving the puzzles, recording sheets, and answer keys.

Order of Operations Puzzle Task Cards allow students to practice computation, critical thinking, problem solving, and the order of operations in an engaging way. With three levels of practice, all your students can be challenged at their level. Students will enjoy this order of operations math cente

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This Answer Key shows how the problems and answers on the sections of the Order of Operations Puzzle Grid from Easy Math Solution fit together to form a correctly matched 4x4 grid.
Order of Operations Puzzle Grid Answer Key by Easy Math Solution is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NoDe

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This puzzle is a great, engaging way for students to practice PEMDAS (order of operations)! Students can cut out their own puzzles (unless you choose to do so beforehand), as they are already jumbled! You may choose to have students work in groups, partners, or individually.
Print on colored paper

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The Crazy Zebra has created an Order of Operations (PEMDAS) puzzle geared for 5th graders. The puzzle does not include exponents. There will be another one coming soon that will include exponents. The puzzle is designed to be colored first, cut apart, then reassembled using the PEMDAS side. Student

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Students are given 16 small squares with either an order of operations equation or an answer on each of the four sides. They put the squares together, matching the equations to the answers. If done correctly, they will have created a large 4 x 4 square.
Also great for math center.
Common Cor

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This Order of Operations puzzle and mini assessment pack is designed to have students practice Order of Operations in a fun hands on way.
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Puzzles on pages 3- 10 should be printed on card stock, laminated, cut out and stored in re-closeable bags. I plan to store 1 page of puzzles in

Each color coded set of Order of Operations numbers go together. I put them each in a different envelope with the answer on the front. Students must piece together the numbers, exponents, parentheses, addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division signs to create the answer you are looking for.

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In this acitivty, students will use the order of operations to solve problems.
Students line up puzzle pieces to form a 3X3 Grid. There is only one correct answer, and this puzzle can really stump students! I have also provided an answer document where students can complete this activity as a works

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Order of Operations Puzzle Box
Each puzzle contains only numbers 1 – 9.
The answers follows the order of operations from left to right and top down.
I created each puzzle out of my brain.
There are no negative, fraction, or decimal numbers or numbers higher than 15.
I did not use the ‘x’ for

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About this resource
This 24 question puzzle has students applying their 'Order of Operations' skills to solve a riddle. The riddle is given in a secret code that students will need to unscramble before attempting the puzzle. Lots of fun for the whole class.
The puzzle is offered in colour and blac

The puzzle is a great to use as a summarization activity or station activity with partners. I have also assigned the puzzle for students who have already mastered order of operations and need a challenge. I have used this in 5th grade, but I think students in 6th or 4th could possibly use it as well

With this puzzle, students will solve order of operations problems to find their next piece. This puzzle includes problems without grouping and without exponents.

Order of Operations - Math Puzzles.
Package contains 10 matching puzzles. Each puzzle has a version without the edge questions.
Contains negative numbers.
Math Matcher Puzzles are an exciting and engaging way for your students to practice a variety of concepts while developing their critical think

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Three Math Interactive Puzzles (Drag & Drop) with Google Slides®. Order of operations with negative numbers. Math Matching Puzzles are an exciting and engaging way for your students to practice a variety of concepts while developing their critical thinking and problem solving skills.- Students n

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Practice following the order of operations with these engaging problem solution puzzle pieces. Questions range in complexity and include similar equations to get students really thinking about their solution. This activity also includes word problems. The word problems ask students to find expressio

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Also included in: Math Puzzle Bundle - 5th Grade

This fun and engaging activity is perfect practice for following the rules of the order of operations . Students will match questions and answers to form a 4x4 grid (grid is already scrambled so students do not see solution before cutting the pieces to complete the activity!). This activity is excel

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