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Order of Operations Bingo Level 1 includes strategies for reviewing order of operations, a practice worksheet, and a ready-to-use Bingo game. The game can be played with the class, in math centers, in cooperative learning teams, or in small guided math groups. The math game includes 32 unique numbered Bingo boards and 24 problem cards with an answer key. There are two versions of Order of Operations Bingo, Level 1 and Level 2, and each level is sold separately. The instructions and teaching mate
This breakout escape room is a fun way for students to test their skills with order of operations, set in a fun end of year/ summer theme. Physical locks and boxes are not required, but they do make it more fun!Important: (How to Make Completely Digital)This product normally requires the printing of the questions to accompany a digital form for students to input answers. But if you follow a couple simple steps, this can be made entirely digital! Just use the following tool:https://smallpdf.co
This Order of Operations BUMP Games Pack contains 12 different levels of BUMP games to help students practice solving expressions using order of operations. These games are perfect for small groups and centers, or can even be used as an informal assessment tool.As students work through the games, each one ramps up in difficulty (see the 2nd page of the preview file to see all skills covered). This means that you can have all of your students working at their appropriate level when using this s
Order of Operations Bingo Game Level 2 includes strategies for reviewing order of operations using PEMDAS, a practice worksheet, and a ready-to-use Bingo game. The game can be played with the class, in math centers, in cooperative learning teams, or in small guided math groups. The math game includes 32 unique numbered Bingo boards and 24 problem cards with an answer key. There are two versions of Order of Operations Bingo, Level 1 and Level 2, and each level is sold separately. The instructions
This breakout escape room is a fun way for students to test their skills with order of operations. Important Note: This escape room uses exponents and a couple of problems have negative numbers. Click here for order of operations escape room without exponentsOr Click here for order of operations escape room without exponents or negative numbersImportant: Most of my Escape Rooms can be used for distance learning, this one; however, is not recommended for distance learning. I have recently open
Get your students engaged and moving while solving order of operation problems. Order of Operations Trashketball is a competitive and motivating math game that involves students solving order of operations problems with whole numbers and shooting baskets. There are 4 rounds in this game with 5 questions in each round. This resource includes a PDF & PowerPoint Slides.✤ The PowerPoint Slides can be uploaded into Google Drive™ and assigned through Google Classroom™. It won't be a game this way
Order of Operations Task Cards, Bingo Games, and Tests Bundle includes everything you need to introduce and practice order of operations! These materials are also perfect for a review or test prep activity. There are two levels of resources, with four products on each level. Level 1 problems are shorter and do not include exponents. Level 2 problems are longer, involve multiple steps, and may include exponents.❤️ Need Digital Task Cards for Distance Learning?Check out my Order of Operations Boom
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 and 2 types of gamesheet blackline masters. There is an 8.5 by 11 or an 8.5 by 14 gamesheet. The gamesheet is used along with the PowerPoint for the students to write and solve each problem on. If t
Order of Operations Spin to Win GameThis is a really fun Power Point game to practice and review the order of operations. You can play this with a Smart Board in which students come up to the board to tap the screen, or with a projector where students come up to the computer to click on the wheel.To play, students hit the center of the wheel to "spin", let it go around a few times, then touch the center to stop. Wherever it lands, they then choose that dollar amount from the side column. I made
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This breakout escape room is a fun way for students to test their skills with order of operations set in a fun Halloween Theme. Important: (How to Make Completely Digital)This product normally requires the printing of the questions to accompany a digital form for students to input answers. But if you follow a couple simple steps, this can be made entirely digital! Just use the following tool:https://smallpdf.com/split-pdf(choose "extract pages")to extract the pages containing the questions in
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 which students have a one minute indoor snowball fight. After the snowball fight, students quickly answer an order of operation problem printed on their snowball. After printing, this oder of operations
This breakout escape room is a fun way for students to test their skills with order of operations, set in a fun Christmas theme. Physical locks and boxes are not required, but they do make it more fun!Important: (How to Make Completely Digital)This product normally requires the printing of the questions to accompany a digital form for students to input answers. But if you follow a couple simple steps, this can be made entirely digital! Just use the following tool:https://smallpdf.com/split-pd
This breakout escape room is a fun way for students to test their skills with order of operations. This escape room does not use exponents or negative numbers. Click here for my order of operations with exponents escape room.Important: Most of my Escape Rooms can be used for distance learning, this one; however, is not recommended for distance learning. I have recently opened a new store that sells 100% digital math escape rooms that are specifically designed for distance learning. That stor
I CAN Math Games are the perfect way to make math fun! This 5th Grade Math Game focuses on Order of Operations (PEMDAS), and provides students with practice in the form of multiple choice or short answer questions. QR codes (optional) make this game even more interactive as students get immediate feedback on their work! ALL I Can Math Games can be used for independent practice, a guided math activity, whole group review, or for progress monitoring. The possibilities are endless!This Game Includ
Looking for a fun, unique, no-prep way to practice the order of operations with whole numbers? This interactive bingo review game is sure to be a hit in any class - whether it be a face-to-face classroom or virtual learning environment! This game features 30 different expressions to evaluate using the order of operations. Problems contain all four operations (addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division), along with parentheses and exponents. Problems vary in complexity and difficulty
Order of operations is important for you to teach and for students to learn! Let them practice with this fun and engaging game that will make the skill of solving and reading expression something students WANT to do! Works great for math centers / stations or small group. Students will be begging to practice with this activity! I’ve had many students ask to play at recess and even lunch!What do you get?U-Know Cards (Color): 56 color cards with problems for students that review the operations
Connect Four is a game that not only connects us to our childhood but brings a sense of play into math practice. With Connect Four Order of Operations with Exponents students are solving equations using all four operations and parentheses and practicing the necessary skills they will need to apply to problem solving.Connect Four Order of Operations with Exponents includes:Notes for the Teacher (How to Set Up, Materials Needed, Photo in Use, etc.)Table of Contents Directions for How to Play (Colo
I CAN DIGITAL Math Games are the perfect way to make math interactive & fun! This 5th Grade Math Game focuses on Order of Operations! ALL Digital "I Can" Math Games come in 3 formats: PowerPoint, Google Slides, and Google Forms! They are perfect for independent practice, whole-class review, small group games, and progress monitoring. GET MORE & SAVE MORE when you buy the BUNDLE! Click HereThis Game Includes…1. 40 multiple-choice questions2. Comes in THREE Different Formats:PowerPoint
This breakout escape room is a fun way for students to test their skills with order of operations, set in a fun Thanksgiving theme. Important: (How to Make Completely Digital)This product normally requires the printing of the questions to accompany a digital form for students to input answers. But if you follow a couple simple steps, this can be made entirely digital! Just use the following tool:https://smallpdf.com/split-pdf(choose "extract pages")to extract the pages containing the question
This breakout escape room is a fun way for students to test their skills with order of operations. This escape room is completely digital through the use of a Google Form. A Google account of any kind is not needed for students to complete the form.Important Note: This escape room uses exponents and a couple of problems have negative numbers. Click here for order of operations escape room without exponentsOr Click here for order of operations escape room without exponents or negative numbersC
This breakout escape room is a fun way for students to test their skills with order of operations without exponents or negative numbers. This escape room is completely digital through the use of a Google Form. A Google account of any kind is not needed for students to complete the form.Important Note: This escape room does not use exponents or negative numbers.Click here for order of operations escape room with exponentsOrClick here for order of operations escape room without exponents but wit
Connect Four is a game that not only connects us to our childhood but brings a sense of play into math practice. With Connect Four Order of Operations students are solving equations using all four operations and parentheses and practicing the necessary skills they will need to apply to problem solving.Connect Four Order of Operations includes:Notes for the Teacher (How to Set Up, Materials Needed, Photo in Use, etc.)Table of Contents Directions for How to Play (Color and Black and White)Chips fo
Students will love playing this ZONK review game to practice order of operations! The questions in this review game include parentheses, exponents, and all operations with whole numbers. This file is also included in the following: Order of Operations Activity Bundle! You will be able to use this interactive powerpoint review game as an entire class activity or as a station activity. The students work together in teams to choose a number on the screen. When the button is clicked, most of t
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Students evaluate expressions using the order of operations to complete their bingo boards. Similar expressions are given so students need to pay close attention to the order of operations to evaluate the expression correctly (ex. (9 + 3) x 7 = 84 and 9 + 3 x 7 = 30). This product is available in a money saving BUNDLE! I love playing bingo with my students! What stops me? The prep work and tiny pieces! Digital bingo boards eliminate the need to prep! Simply digitally pass out the boards using Go

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