Order Of Operations & Prime Factorization with a Candy Crush Theme

Order Of Operations & Prime Factorization with a Candy Cru
Order Of Operations & Prime Factorization with a Candy Cru
Order Of Operations & Prime Factorization with a Candy Cru
Order Of Operations & Prime Factorization with a Candy Cru
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6th, 7th, 8th
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A Candy Crush Themed game. Content on Order of Operations and Prime Factorization. Students roll dice. Depending on the color they land on they pick a card from color coded stack & answer a question on Order of Operations or Prime Factorization (depending on the color). If they get it wrong, they go back the amount they rolled on the dice, if they get it right they get to stay in their place. The student who reaches the end of the board first wins the game. My students loved playing this game. Sometimes I used as a center where they'd review or I'd pair them in groups of 2+ and let them learn and play. They had a blast.
(24 questions total)
page 1 = The board game
page 2= Red questions (Order of operations)
page 3= Blue questions (Order of operations)
page 4= Yellow questions (Prime Factorization)
page 5= Green questions (Prime Factorization)
page 6= Instructions

*Aligned to new 2014-2015 TEKS* & common core.
Total Pages
6
Answer Key
N/A
Teaching Duration
N/A

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Order Of Operations & Prime Factorization with a Candy Cru
Order Of Operations & Prime Factorization with a Candy Cru
Order Of Operations & Prime Factorization with a Candy Cru
Order Of Operations & Prime Factorization with a Candy Cru