This activity includes 22 Order of Operations problems, with two of each answer from 0 to 10. Students can self-check by ensuring that they have two of each type of answer. Included are problems that address common student misconceptions, operations with negatives and squaring both positive and negative numbers. Could be used as a homework assignment, in class activity or an assessment. Appropriate for individual or group work. Should be done without a calculator.
This would be perfect to use as a culminating activity for a lesson/unit on the Order of Operations. It would also be an ideal review activity for students who have worked with the Order of Operations in previous grades.