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Sometimes allowing your students to work in pairs is a great way to break up your classroom routine and facilitate small group interaction. I have often found that sometimes the best way for a student to learn a topic is from another student. These 4 pair activities provide students with a way to work on order of operations.
There are two different types of activities. One is a set of equations that a pair of students work on simultaneously. They total their solutions to see if they are correct by matching a grand total for the sheet. Next, there’s a variation of tic tac toe that requires students to solve an equation before earning the right to put an ‘x’ or ‘o’ in the grid.
Each activity has 2 different versions so that you can use them in station, on different days or to review before a test .
Please note that for multiplication I used “∙” and for division I used “/”. Addition, subtraction, multiplication and division of positive and negative numbers is addressed in this set.
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