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Students LOVE playing Order of Operations Emoji Bingo. This game can be played with the whole class, in math stations or centers, or in small guided math groups. The math game includes 32 unique numbered Emoji Bingo boards and 24 expression cards with an answer key.
This game is a great way to practice solving expressions using order of operations. To play this version, students will need to solve expressions using parenthesis as well as solving expression that do not have parenthesis. The expressions without parenthesis give students practice in solving the multiplication and division step first, before they solve the addition and subtraction part of the expression. This set does not include exponents.
Print the emoji bingo cards in color or black and white. Students will need some type of markers (transparent chips, red/yellow counters, colored tile). If you are playing as a class you only need one set of the expressions. When playing in groups, each group will need their own set of the expressions. I like to print them on brightly colored paper (a different color per group!)
1.Shuffle the expression cards and turn them face down.
2.Flip over the first expression. Display the expression so all can see.
3.Players solve the expression using their dry erase boards.
4.If they solve the expression correctly, they will find their answer on their boards and cover it with a marker.
5.The first player to correctly cover a row, column, or a diagonal wins the game.
Once you have a winner, switch cards with another player and play again.
Looking for additional ways for students to practice solving and creating expressions, try Noggle!
Love Noggle? Try making a bulletin board in your classroom for students to use all year.
Or bundle it with Boggle for a discounted price!