# 5th Grade Order of Operations Google Forms - Distance Learning

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### Description

This is a quick review of all three Order of Operations standards for 5th grade. These standards are so important for future success in Algebra, so constant review is important!

There are 8 questions in this Google Form that ask students to evaluate and interpret expressions, use patterns to find answers to word problems and understand ordered pairs. The questions are based on released items from SBAC and PARCC, so are great prep for the vocabulary and question types that students will see on those tests. The question types include multiple choice and short answer. Correct vocabulary like quotient, sum, and corresponding terms is used to help students practice their ability to read and understand those math terms.

After students hit submit, they will immediately see their score, and so will you! Questions they missed have feedback to help them understand their mistake so they don't repeat it.

Use this for:

-Distance Learning

-Review

-Intervention

-Morning Work/Bell Ringers

-Homework

-Independent Practice

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Happy teaching!

*Susan*