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This is a really engaging practice, review or teaching of Order of Operations. This is a full PowerPoint Jeopardy game on the order of operations, PEMDAS. The Jeopardy game includes 5 categories and 3 double jeopardy questions and 1 final jeopardy question.
Included are the Jeopardy PowerPoint a

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Your kids are on a field trip run by YOU- the most awesome and creative teacher in the history of the world- when they walk a bit too far into the woods and get lost. Now they must work with their group to solve a series of FUN challenges based on comprehension and steeped with a variety of skills!

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Order of Operations Game PEMDAS contains two whole group review games. It also includes 28 tasks cards which may be used for individual or small group math centers.
Checkout this resource in the following bundles:
Order of Operations Bundle
One of the whole group games is a fast paces game in whi

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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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PEMDAS is a common acronym for the order of operations. This packet shows a slight modification.
Multiplication and division are actually done from left to right. Addition and subtraction is also done from left to right. To show this, Multiplication and Division are written on the same line wit

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PEMDAS is a common acronym for the Order of Operations. This digital resource for the Google classroom, is scaffolded to encourage independent learning. Students practice progressively more challenging order of operations problems including Addition & Subtraction, Multiplication & Division

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PARENTHESES - EXPONENTS - MULTIPLICATION - DIVISION - ADDITION - SUBTRACTION
or if you prefer....
GROUPING - EXPONENTS - MULTIPLICATION - DIVISION - ADDITION - SUBTRACTION
I use this poster to help my students remember the order of operations.
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This poster is free!

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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 is a worksheet that can be used as supplemental practice, homework, assessment, etc. Students will use order of operations to simplify expressions. PEMDAS is included at the top of the worksheet to remind students the order of operations.
It includes 16 problems, plus one bonus question tha

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This foldable organizes the four steps for solving expressions using the order of operations.
You may also be interested in some of my foldable bundles:
The Ultimate 7th GRADE MATH Foldable & Activity BundleThe Ultimate PRE-ALGEBRA Foldable & Activity BundleThe Ultimate PRE-ALGEBRA &

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Give your students a step-by-step example of the proper order of operations for their math folder, interactive notebook, or to keep handy at their desks while solving problems.
This set includes color and b&w student cards for interactive notebooks, full page PEMDAS poster, and 2 posters for par

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This 27 page download will make order of operations lesson plans multi-sensory, memorable and enjoyable. First, students make their own pet Pemdas mobile from cut-outs and easy-to-follow instructions. With over 100 different combinations, each student can create their own one-of-kind mobile. This

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On the public graffiti wall in his favorite park, watch Stan take us through the steps to the order of operations. And Oh Yeah! One more thing… be careful to watch his dance moves, which may or may not hold some of the keys to the steps themselves.
After watching the animated music video, play our

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This foldable is a great way to teach Order of Operations
This download includes:
Order of Operations Foldable
- Black and white student copy
- Red ink KEY and colored KEY
- Three versions (PEMDAS, GEMDAS, and PBMDAS)
- PowerPoint to show how to fill in the blanks
- Folding Movie a

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PEMDAS Computation Bowling Game is a fun order of operations math game and an opportunity for students to gain math fact fluency while practicing building multi-step equations. It’s geared for 5th-8th grade and can be used in several different ways- solitaire, small groups, or whole class. It makes

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This is a great way to practice math skills while having fun!
In this game, students solve math equations using the order of operations as they move around the game board.
The math game can be used for stations/centers, partner games, or small group practice.
A printable is included to assess lea

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This flipbook can be used as a note-taking tool or review tool for students who are working with the order of operations. I have students glue them into their math notebooks to refer back to throughout the year. Pictures/examples of use in my classroom are included.

Fold it Up! On the inside, this Order of Operations Fold it Up has "Please Excuse My Dear Aunt Sally" on the left, dotted lines for students to cut, and then partial notes on the right-hand side. -The equation in the parentheses block is to be completed step by step in each box.
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This is a great resource to hand out to students to remind them of the order of operations. It's color coded to see the order in which to do each operation

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Pemdas: A set of five pemdas activities, including a code breaker, matching activity, maze, puzzles and a quiz to help students master the order of operations. Pack Includes:
Pemdas Puzzles
These puzzles require students to use pemdas to figure out what the missing numbers in the calculations will

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Your students can reveal the hidden pictures while sharpening their math skills! Use it for practice, fun, homework, or bonus work. It's your choice, but your kids will love this unique approach.
These fun worksheets include directions for your students, including which colors to use. You will be a

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14 questions using PEMDAS- without exponents
Answer Key included
4 on basic practice
4 on basic practice with parenthesis
4 on harder basic practice
4 on harder practice with parenthesis
2 challenge questions to insert parenthesis to make the equation true.

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Are you looking for some fun holiday sheets to accompany your order of operations review? These sheets are perfect!
The sheets have different operations on each sheet. The problems are written inside of presents. The students can color the presents when they're done!
This is a fun, low stress way

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Printable poster showing the Order of Operations in Math.
This PDF contains 3 posters showing the math order of operations in a colorful and memorable format and includes:
- PEMDAS (or Please Excuse My Dear Aunt Sally)
- BEDMAS (for Canadian Students)
- BODMAS (for UK Students)
These posters are

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Teaching the order of operations? This song goes perfectly with the PEMDAS standard for Common Core Math in 5th Grade. Enjoy!

This is my 200 follower freebie! Wow! Just in the last two weeks, I have been in awe at how much support I've gotten. I wanted to share the love with all of you!
This is a set of PEMDAS, order of operations, cards for students. I tutored a student who was working on equations and word problems wit

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This PDF explains How to Evaluate Expressions using PEMDAS with
Braces [ ] and Brackets { }. It also shows the steps needed in order to complete an order of operations problem. This PDF correlates to Common Core Standard 5.OA.1 for fifth grade math.

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Math maps are used for helping my students with disabilities keep track of their calculations as well as use them as check points to make sure they solving expressions in the correct order.

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This is a graphic organizer that students can refer to or enlarged into a poster. It outlines the use of PEMDAS to 1. simplify expression on both sides of an equation, 2. create only one variable term, and 3. solve using properties of equality. It's PEMDAS used forwards and backwards.

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This free product is a math video done with a game show theme. Guy Infinity hosts Beat the Clock, a game with 60 second Order of Operations challenges. Math problems are presented in an animated whiteboard fashion, and students have 60 seconds to evaluate the expression. As time expires, the answe

ORDER OF OPERATIONS VETERANS DAY puzzle review. Students solve 16 BASIC (addiction, subtraction, multiplication, division) with exponents and parenthesis math problems and match them up with appropriate letter. Solve-cut and paste puzzle. This packet includes 3 different Veterans DAY puzzle drawings

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Are you teaching the good old "o of o's" this year? Are you dreading it, because no matter how much "scoot" you play with it, you still don't like teaching it and you don't like your students not understanding it and do you not like re-teaching it? Do you know that there is a different way to teach

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Great back to school activity for students returning from winter break. Students use the Order of Operations to solve equations and color the answers accordingly.
Great for morning work, review, homework, or extra practice!

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Printable poster showing the Order of Operations in Math.
This PDF contains 3 posters showing the math order of operations in a colorful and memorable format and includes:
- PEMDAS (or Please Excuse My Dear Aunt Sally)
- BEDMAS (for Canadian Students)
- BODMAS (for UK Students)
This PDF is in an

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This page contains 2 bookmarks I made for my students to keep in their Math book or journal as a visual reminder of the Order of Operations. Each one could also be printed larger and posted in your room.
Note- There are 2 per page.

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Order of Operations Bundle is a highly engaging set containing a game, task cards, and worksheets. Because of the variety found within this bundle, it may be used for instruction, extra practice, review, centers, and RTI intervention. centers.
This bundle contains the following order of operations

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Hey math teachers! Here's a FREEBIE you must download.
The PEMDAS bookmarks are perfect for students learning about the order of operations. They can use the bookmark in class or at home. They can keep it in their math journal or folder, too. I had lots of success stapling a bookmark to their home

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Have your students practice evaluating expressions while they have a fun time playing BINGO. This product contains 36 unique BINGO cards, one teacher tracker, one student tracker, and a link to a spinner for selecting the expressions to be evaluated (i.e., B: 13 + (15 × 3) ÷ 5). Have fun!
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This quick assessment or worksheet really helps the teacher know exactly where a student is confused with PEMDAS. Students will analyze where the mistake is, and rewrite the equation correctly. This is really informative for small-groups, as a test review, or as am activity. It will really make st

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This activity contains a teacher copy and student copy of the PEMDAS Pyramid. It is a great organizer for students to reference while learning the Order of Operations.

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This mobile is a dynamic student reference for the order of operations. You have a choice of making either a PEMDAS, GEMDAS or BEMDAS mobile, depending on the needs of your students.
**This mobile is a free download on my blog.
To make the mobile, you will need card stock, a piece of string or r

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This is a great visual display for students to be able to evaluate expressions using order of operations!
This display includes 7 chalkboard style circles that will be a great addition to your classroom decor.

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Each year my students make a foldable when we start our lesson on the order of operations, but the process of making the foldable can be lengthy. In order to save time I created a document that makes the creation of the foldable so much easier. E

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Included in this product is a free anchor chart for using the Order of Operations (or PEMDAS) to simplify both numerical and algebraic expressions.
The charts can be blown up for classroom display, or printed multiple copies per sheet to provide as a handout to students. Enjoy!

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Students work on solving the same order of operations problem using two different methods (by PEMDAS and by the distributive property).

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Includes student copy of PEMDAS error analysis and answer key.
Students must complete sample problems using the order of operations to see where the sample student made errors. They will analyze the sudents' mistake and make corrections.

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Valuable notes on PEMDAS rule.
Easy to understand approach using examples.
Answers are also included.

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Students are given 31 order of operation problems to solve. After solving the problems they need to find the date that correlates with answer! All 31 expressions are on the back of the calendar. Answer key included!
I used this as a challenge project for my 4th and 5th graders. Students can then c

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A wonderful printable that can be put up on the wall, or given to students to remind them the correct PEMDAS order!
*fill the blank version included as well!

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This learning aid provides students with a three dimensional reminder of the order of operations mnemonic, PEMDAS (Parenthesis, Exponents, Multiplication/Division, Addition/Subtraction). It also gives the students an example and two opportunities to practice.

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After searching for PEMDAS practice that included exponents, and not finding any, I decided to create my own problems and upload it for others to use. I'm using this for guided math stations but you could use it for homework or as modeling. Enjoy!
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One page, coloring handout. Let your students color in the blocks and letters while learning about the order of operations. Great for interactive notebooks and keeping students' engaged.
This item is meant to be printed out in gray-scale or BW, and colored in while your students are taking notes.

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