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This activity combines the skill of using correct order of operations with the classic board game CLUE. Students will use the clues they gather from correctly solving equations to solve the mystery of Who Killed Mr. Pemdas.This item is editable using Adobe Acrobat Reader! Now you can customize the

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This game includes: 10 pages of order of operations questions (20 questions), student recording sheet, and an answer key.
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1) Cut each question page in half to separate the question boxes. You will have 20 questions. Each question has an order of operations problem on it that students mus

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Also included in: Scavenger Hunt Activity Bundle (19 Included!)

Scavenger hunts are great self-checking tools to use in whole group or in small group stations. This activity will get your students out of their seats and engaged. My favorite part is that the students do not have to ask "is this correct" because if they can not find their answer they are not corre

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This activity gets students out of their seats. Students get to work at their own pace and think it's a game. They are highly motivated to complete a question since they can self-check and get immediate feedback.
Students will complete a problem and then look for the answer on top of a different ca

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Also included in: Order of Operations Bundle

Are you looking for an engaging and interactive activity to teach or review order of operations with your students? Look no further! This order of operations scavenger hunt gets students up and moving around the room while they practice their numbers and operations skills.Features:• 15 order of oper

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Note: This is a difficult order of operation scavenger hunt activity. I also have a simpler version which does not include exponents or parentheses!
***This game includes: 7.5 pages of order of operation questions, student recording sheet, and an answer key.***
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1) Cut each question pa

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Do you need a fun way for students to practice order of operations with minimal prep? The Order of Operations Scavenger Hunt Game #1 gets students up and moving around while practicing math. In this game, students use the answer to one problem to find another problem hanging around the classroom. St

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No Prep! This activity allows students to get up and move as they evaluate expressions using the order of operations. Just print and hang these 9 expressions around the room and students will be engaged as they hunt for the answers. An answer key makes it easy to quickly check their work. I hope you

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This is a 15-page Christmas order of operations activity that incorporates a scavenger hunt game. Student will start at a random number, work out that problem, then look for the answer on another poster. They will then work out that problem until they've worked out all fifteen.
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This is a 15-page order of operations activity that incorporates a scavenger hunt game. Student will start at a random number, work out that problem, then look for the answer on another poster. They will then work out that problem until they've worked out all fifteen. 15 Order of Operations SlidesRe

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Do you need a fun way for students to practice order of operations with minimal prep? The Order of Operations Scavenger Hunt Game #3 gets students up and moving around while practicing math. In this game, students use the answer to one problem to find another problem hanging around the classroom. St

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Scavenger Hunts are a great way to promote active engagement in your classroom! Print the posters and hang them around your classroom, down the hallway, or in another open area. Give each student a recording sheet and let the fun begin! The students will start at any poster by solving the problem

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Do you need a fun way for students to practice order of operations with minimal prep? The Order of Operations Scavenger Hunt Game #2 gets students up and moving around while practicing math. In this game, students use the answer to one problem to find another problem hanging around the classroom. St

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This is a 15-page Thanksgiving order of operations activity that incorporates a scavenger hunt game. Student will start at a random number, work out that problem, then look for the answer on another poster. They will then work out that problem until they've worked out all fifteen.
15 Order of Oper

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Order of Operations Scavenger Hunt provides a fun way to practice the order of operations. The download includes 14 cards for you to tape around your classroom randomly. Students start at any card and solve the problem. They then search for the card with the answer to that problem. The search conti

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Note: This is a basic order of operation scavenger hunt activity. It does not include exponents or parentheses! This includes 2 versions --- the versions have basically the same problems BUT one version has 2 negative answers, while the other version has only positive numbers. A more difficult vers

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This is such a fun activity for my 6th Graders! This scavenger hunt is a fun way to review the concept of Order of Operations. It includes 20 math problems that students can solve at their own pace. Activity page with directions on how to complete the scavenger hunt is included along with an ans

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SCAVENGER HUNTS are a great way to get your students up, moving around, and EXCITED about DOING MATH! They are ready-to-use, highly engaging activities that can be used as either a small group or an individual activity.
Each activity consists of 12 problems that focus on a specific concept. Student

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Your students will love these 20 Order of Operations Scavenger Hunt Cards! Students solve the card, then hunt around the room for a card that has their answer on it in the bottom left corner. Once they find it, they solve the problem on that card.
Perfect for practicing order of operations includi

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This resource offers two order of operations activities that your class will love for review or practice! The first activity is a pirate scavenger hunt. Students solve order of operations problems (all problems involve only positive integers). The answers to the problems determine the direction a

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Also included in: Holiday Math Activity Bundle

I created this scavenger hunt as a review for my 6th grader's term exam. Students can start at any problem -- they'll work out the problem at the top of the page and find the answer to that problem at the bottom of a different page. Students will end at the page they started on.
There are 14 proble

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Looking for an activity to practice integer computation? This is a good review of order of operations that incorporates positive and negative numbers. This activity includes 12 scavenger hunt game task cards aligned with common core standard 7.NS.3, answer key, coordinating student worksheet, and

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Order of Operations Scavenger Hunt Activity!PEMDASThis fun classroom activity will keep students engaged and is a great practice of solving expressions using the correct order of operations. Students will start at any of the 12 stations throughout the classroom. Stations are marked with a camping th

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Students will enjoy practicing following the order of operations in this scavenger. 10 different problems are included, each with 4 different answer options. Many answer options can be reached by following the order of operations incorrectly. Finding the correct answer correlates to a letter. St

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