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This FREE set of 20 digital task cards is a great way to help your math students practice using the order of operations to simplify expressions! Students are shown one question at a time and get instant feedback on each card. (What are Boom Cards?)
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Boom Cards™ work on just about any device that can access the internet. They're self-checking and you can even track student progress through Boom Learning℠! Plus, they're paperless. No printing or laminating required - less prep work for you! You can assign Boom Cards to individual students, groups of students, or use a projector and use them with whole class instruction.
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