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Order of Operations Integers Practice Worksheet, created by Tricks and Treats for Teaching Math.
Please checkout all of my great FREE Order of Operations resources, along with my other great smartboard lessons, worksheets, activities, and games. I have over 410+ TERRIFIC teaching resources in my T

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These 36 integer task cards are differentiated and cover Order of Operations with Integers using PEMDAS. Questions include combinations of adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing integers. Some questions also use exponents and parenthesis. Answer keys are provided for easy grading.
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This product contains 3 differentiated worksheets on Order of Operations with Integers using PEMDAS. It includes adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing integers along with the use of exponents. Detailed answers showing all the steps are provided for easy grading.
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This is a 13 slide power point that has strategically selected problems to teach and allow students practice using all operations with integers, exponents, and absolute value.

Need a way to review integers and order of operations?! My kids love doing these mazes rather than a basic worksheet with a list of questions. These also make for a great math station. Students will need to know operations with integers, including exponents.
With your purchase you get the student's

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Review or practice order of operations problems (4 operations with parenthesis, no exponents, uses integers) with this fun and engaging math game! A perfect math game for math centers or early finishers. Players try to hold on to their strips and not get ZAPPED.
Order of Operations with Integers D

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In this differentiated practice activity, students will simplify expressions on lettered station cards using order of operations with integers, exponents, square roots, and a variety of grouping symbols. Students may select a combination of problems from three tiers of stations: one-star (basic leve

This worksheet can be used to provide review and/or practice to your students after they have learned operations with integers and the order of operations. It includes some problems with exponents, multiple grouping symbols, and absolute value.

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Algebra that Functions
Order of Operations: Exponents, Roots, Absolute Value
Do you want your students to be able to simplify expressions with exponents, roots, and absolute value using the order of operations? Do your students have difficulty solving equations? Students that have difficulty sol

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Activities, worksheets, guided notes and mastery tests to help your students become proficient at evaluating multi-step order of operations expressions (including exponents and brackets and braces) correctly! Apply PEMDAS correctly, make your goalposts as you evaluate numerical expressions, draw you

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In the Grade 7 Factors, Multiples and Order of Operations unit, students learn about what multiples and factors are and how to generate multiples and factors using a variety of tools and strategies. Students also learn about perfect squares and square roots and they are asked to represent perfect s

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Order of Operations Silly Monster Relay Bundle! This bundle includes FOUR relays – that’s 40 rounds of Order of Operations! Each relay is tiered to meet a different level of “operation complication”.
Speed, accuracy, and a ton of fun all rolled into this festive activity. This Relay is made up

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"Math-o" is mathematical bingo game that is a great supplimentary activity or review when studying order of operations! Send the math-o cards home for an assignment or use as a cooperative learning activity.
In this pack are 20 different Math-o cards and 50 "call slips" for when you are playing th

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Get your students involved with simplifying expressions using the Order of Operations. Task cards include expressions with integers (decimals and fractions are NOT included).
This is a great activity that can be used in for review in math centers, as individual work, or as a group activity! This g

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Order of Operations Pyramid Sum Puzzle
Students will practice simplifying numerical expressions using the order of operations with this Pyramid Sum Puzzle. They simplify each expression, write the solutions in the boxes, then cut out the boxes and paste them onto the template so that each solution

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This bundle includes a 3-tiered activity sort. Use the answer sheet for accountability or to assess what the student know.
Tier 1 includes: Grouping Symbols, Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication, Division, Positive Integers
Tier 2 includes: Grouping Symbols, Exponents (squared and cubed) Add

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This activity uses only whole numbers, and does not include exponents or negative integers. If you bought my Order of Operations unit, DON'T buy this as well. It is included in the unit.
This activity was created to work on Common Core Standard 5.OA.1: Use parentheses, brackets, or braces in nume

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This resource is perfect for introducing order of operations to your fifth, sixth, or seventh grade class with the included interactive notebook materials, two-sided work mat, and order of operations practice pages. The practice pages are leveled so that whether you need problems with or without ex

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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.
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PEMDAS Jenga is a great way to practice using Order of Operations in a small group activity or MATH Center. It covers all aspects of Order of Operations PEMDAS including exponents, absolute value and negative integers.
Students will solve the problem after drawing a block from the tower then che

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The Order of Operations Rotation Relay, based on the popular Relay Race, is a fun way to review/practice the order of operations. This game was designed to be played in small groups with 2 to 4 teams of partner pairs as a math center activity or it can be played as a whole class activity.
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Student of ALL ages love to draw and color… especially in Math Class!
Math Mugshots are a GREAT way to review math concepts while providing some “color” to math class. You can use this activity to review for a test, as a homework assignment, as extra credit, or as an assessment.
Mathematical Conce

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Students will analyze two answers to the same order of operations problem determine which one is correct and which in incorrect. You can have students continue to analyze and find the mistake in the incorrect solution.
These order of operations problems includes exponents, grouping, fractions, and

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Solve & Draw resources provide that practice in a unique and creative way that will keep students engaged as they practice and review with the Order of Operations! This is a bundle of No-Prep Printables and Task Cards for the order of operations using positive integers.
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This is a great product for your INB (Interactive Notebooks). There are three copies of the homework per printable sheet. Cut the paper into strips and have students glue on the left side of their notebook. Have students show their work on the right side of each problem. I use

This includes 4 different bingo cards and a list of questions. The order of operation is basic and includes exponents but does not include fractions or integers.

I have bundled three “We Have a Match” activities – all simplifying expressions with increasing difficulty.
In this set of 3 partner practice activities, students simplify numerical expressions using the order of operations. The work is self-checking as the answers to each partner's work should mat

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This product includes four separate ladders in which students cut apart the ladders then order the steps for simplifying an expression on a separate piece of paper. Answer keys are included.
The order of operations include exponents, negative and positive integers, and decimal numbers.
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A no prep math activity for your students to practice order of operations with a Thanksgiving twist.
They can get instant feedback on whether they simplified the expressions correctly if they find their answer in the code.
The order of operations expressions include exponents and negative integ

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This 16-problem circuit has a scavenger-hunt appeal. In it, students will practice integer skills involving exponents and the order of operations.
This activity is intended to be completed WITHOUT a calculator.

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In this activity, students will use the order of operations to simplify numerical expressions and algebraic expressions. The problems include integers, exponents and absolute value.
Students work with a partner to complete this activity.
Person A completes problem #1 on the worksheet while Perso

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Looking for materials to support a quick mini-lesson on order of operations? Well, this color-by-number is perfect! Students solve the expressions in order to determine the color for each section of the picture. Themed with the Christmas season, it is an awesome filler for those days before break wh

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Use these task cards to help your students practice evaluating numerical expressions following the order of operations! Students can check their work as they go by scanning the QR code included on each task card! Perfect for a center activity!
CCSS.Math.Content.6.EE.A.1 Write and evaluate numerical

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This is an internet based activity. It is paperless, and self grading. Great for 1:1 classrooms. Can also be used in a center or with an interactive whiteboard. Boom Cards™ play on any digital device with an internet connection, Hosted by Boom Learning℠. Try a free Boom Cards deck.
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Practice Adding, Subtracting, Multiplying and Dividing Integers with these Operations with Integers Task Cards. These Task Cards are perfect for Math Centres or as end of unit review. This set includes 40 different Task Cards, in colour and black & white, a recording sheet and an answer key.
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We Have a Match activities are designed for students to work as partners and to be self-checking.
In this activity, students apply properties of operations as strategies to simplify numerical expressions involving Integers with exponents and multiple grouping symbols.
There are 8 problems per stud

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Common Core Mathematics
Includes Integers, Order of Operations, Absolute Value, Exponents, Algebraic Expressions, and assessments.
20 pages of worksheets, 11 pages of quizzes and test, 7 pages of retake quizzes and tests, and 30 pages of answer keys.
Unit can be sent by PDF if you are unable to d

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Looking for materials to support a quick mini-lesson on order of operations? Well, this color-by-number is perfect! Students solve the expressions in order to determine the color for each section of the picture. Themed with the Christmas season, it is an awesome filler for those days before break wh

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Do you want to put a fun and motivating twist into Order of Operations practice? This is the activity for you!
In this editable "game", you can choose any teachers in your school to become suspects. The students must determine the "who", "seen when" and "how they got away" from any situation of you

This activity is a good review of understanding how to apply the rule of "Order of Operations" when Evaluating an Expression. The following is assessed in level 2:
• Adding, Subtracting, Multiplying, and Dividing whole numbers
• Integers are used (this maze includes NEGATIVE numbers)
• NO Parenthes

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This set of stations focuses on order of operations using both positive and negative integers. The stations are structured to focus on different types of problems. The stations are: 1.) no grouping symbols and no exponents; 2.) grouping symbols; 3.) exponents; AND 4.) grouping symbols and exponent

Need an engaging task card set for Order of Operations? Infuse creativity into math practice with these Solve & Draw task cards! Students solve the order of operations problems and add to a drawing based on their answers. This unique set of 40 differentiated Task Cards includes five leveled sets

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Ready for your students to get SUPER excited about practicing ANY concept!? Well, try Paper Ball Pitch! It is super engaging – students love it!
This activity is designed to practice Order of Operations (with exponents and integer operations, but does not include square roots -- see below for a

Looking for a great way to have your students practice order of operations? Look no further! This scavenger hunt activity allows students to get up and moving to find their solutions! Each solution gives them an encouraging clue that sends them to a poster that you have hung around your room, which

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Looking for materials to support a quick mini-lesson on order of operations? Well, this color-by-number is perfect! Students solve the expressions in order to determine the color for each section of the picture. Themed with the Christmas season, it is an awesome filler for those days before break wh

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GOOGLE Slide Version
Get your students involved with simplifying expressions using the Order of Operations. Task cards include expressions with integers (decimals and fractions are NOT included).
This is a great activity that can be used in for review in math centers, as individual work, or as a

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Practice order of operations including the 4 basic operations, multiple sets of parentheses, exponents up to the power of 4, absolute value, square root, cube root, and fractions. Answers include integers as well as fractions or decimals.
Suitable to be used as pre-test for the chapter, classwork,

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A GREAT review for Order of Operations without exponents. I use it with my remedial middle school math class. It still has enough rigor to keep it challenging and yet not so hard that struggling math students give up. It is aligned to the new Texas TEKS. Includes whole numbers, decimals, and add, su

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-Evaluate numerical expressions (including integer exponents and grouping symbols) using the order of operations
I use this as review for my high school algebra 1 students. If you print the 2 pages back-to-back and cut down the middle, there will be 8 problems for Partner A and 8 pro

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****This worksheet is part of the Language of Algebra: Expressions Packet sold here on TPT. Do not purchase if you already have the packet****
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A great way to review the order of operations. This product uses decimals, exponents, fractions, positive and negative integers. A great review for so many skills that are essential in a middle school math classroom! Can be used as task cards if you choose to cut them up. You may also use it as a

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This activity is a good review of understanding how to apply the rule of "Order of Operations". The following is assessed in Level 4:
• Adding, Subtracting, Multiplying, and Dividing whole numbers
• Integers are used (this maze includes NEGATIVE numbers)
• Includes Paren

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