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Operations & Algebraic Thinking can be fun to review when you use Operations & Algebraic Thinking Game Show! Put students in up to 6 groups to play this Jeopardy style game! Review days can be dull and kids just don't listen. But if you tell them that they will play a FUN review game to te

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Also included in: Game Show ALL ACCESS Bundle | Math & ELA Test Prep Review Games

Print, copy, cut and play this order of operations game! With 36 cards, this easy to prep math game offers students a choice of question types - a "truth," which is a true or false question addressing order of operations rules or basic OOO problems; or a "dare," which includes more challenging probl

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Also included in: Order of Operations Math Center Resources

This order of operations game is the digital version of Order of Operations Truth or Dare Review Game; it has 36 digital cards. Digital Truth or Dare is an easy way to review concepts - as a whole class, in small groups, or individually. As long as you and your students have access to Google slides,

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Also included in: Order of Operations Math Center Resources

Order of Operations with Boom Cards™ for AlgebraMy students Love Task Cards and when I created BOOM Cards for them, it was magic. These Digital Self-Checking Boom Cards are great way for students to practice the Order of Operations. There are 24 Free Response cards for your students to practice th

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Order of Operations Task Cards comes with 28 Common Core Aligned Task Cards for the middle grades! Perfect for math centers, small group instruction, remediation, extensions, class review, test prep, or a fun round of SCOOT, these task cards will be the perfect addition to your operations and algebr

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IT'S FALL Y'ALL! Need a LOW PREP, NO FUSS autumn bulletin board? These candy corn expressions check student understanding of grouping symbols and the order of operations while making a quick and cute academic display. Included are expressions of varying rigor for class differentiation.PLEASE NOTE: I

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These 5OA1 Grouping Symbols task cards are LOW PREP and great for small group, center activities, intervention periods, and early finishers. QR Codes make these cards SELF-CHECKING for independent use! Students are responsible for inserting grouping symbols to make each equation true.5OA1 - Use pare

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Also included in: Operations & Algebraic Thinking *BUNDLE* QR Math Task Cards | Grade 5

These fifth grade Operations & Algebraic Thinking activities are LOW PREP and great for interactive notebooks! Each blackline master included in this resource reduces paper use by providing materials for at least two (2) students and are sized for composition notebook use.WHAT'S INCLUDED:→ terms

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Properties of Multiplication and Division: Order of Operations: Extra Practice
Our excitement over Order of Operations has diminished exactly ZERO percent. Like we mentioned (or gushed, rather) in the description for our first Order of Operations handout, this is the place where math starts to get

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Perfect for beginner practice in order of operations. Use as class practice, homework, or assessment as students begin to learn how to solve numerical expressions.
Product includes:
* Parentheses with addition and subtraction worksheet
* Parentheses with multiplication worksheet
* Parentheses w

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These doodle notes are super academic. Sometimes, I think doodle notes don't raise the bar enough, so I tried to make these so useful that your students can use them as a reference page. There are 3 power rule exponent examples on the doodle notes. There are 4 mistakes students make when learning h

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Students will read each activity card and place numbers in order from least to greatest or greatest to least. Each group of numbers consist of five numbers. Numbers are up to 120. There are 32 cards. They are a "Dinosaur" theme. You can place in your math stations.My students enjoy activities an

This activity is comparing numbers greater than, less than, and equal to with the numbers anywhere up to 120. The theme is puppies and hearts in celebration of Valentine's Day. However, they are so cute, you can use them anytime! Students will view each activity card and write the correct symbol

Students will play the "Addition & Subtraction SCOOT" game to review addition and subtraction problems up to 20. The theme is Cowgirls for Rodeo Time. Problems include any equation up to 20 including mixed problems of addition and subtraction. There are 28 problems. Scoot is a fast pace gam

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These 6RP1 Writing Ratio Relationships task cards are LOW PREP and great for small group, center activities, intervention periods, and early finishers. QR Codes make these cards SELF-CHECKING for independent use! Students are responsible for inserting grouping symbols to make each equation true.6.RP

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This free early finishers and gifted idea is a life saver!
The activity is ✎ easily differentiated for any computation, any level, and works for rational and irrational numbers. It is super easy to prepare.
▶️ For more about how we use these FREE early finisher tasks in our classrooms, click here.

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Making Guided Math a little bit easier! That's what I was thinking of when I created this product. After playing around with Guided Math in my own classroom I have polished up one of my ideas for others to try.
In our Math Workshop the students participate in Standards-Based centers or rotations th

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