Order of Operations

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Order of Operations: I Have, Who Has?

This is a Order of Operations: I Have, Who Has game that can be used after a lesson involving Order of Operations. It includes 24 different Order of Operations cards.

Instructions on how to play the game and Answer Key are included.

Play this as a review after a lesson of Order of Operations, as a bellwork assignment, or for an interactive activity that will blow the socks off an administrator or supervisor that comes into class. It’s easy to use and train your students to work the game without assistance.

Let me know if your students like it. :)

I will be coming out with more games, of different types in the future, as I play them with my classes. The majority will cover Algebra 1, Pre-Algebra concepts, and various other middle school mathematics concepts.

If you like the products I make, please leave a comment. :) Or if you wish send me a request for what mathematics concept you would like to have a game made up. Make sure to specify the type of game for mathematics concept what you would like.

This first 5 downloads for newly posted products will be free. I usually post new products on Fridays.

Leave your thoughts on how your students liked the game. (It helps me to create better products).

Make It Happen.

Also take a look at my other products and fun, interactive activities that can be implemented after a lesson of it.

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Volume of Rectangular Prisms: I Have, Who Has?
Volume of Rectangular Pyramids: I Have, Who Has?
Volume of Square Pyramids: I Have, Who Has?
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6 pages
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Teaching Duration
30 minutes
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