# Order of Operations Integers Hands-On Self-Checking Activity for Display

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This set contains 8 sheets with 4 different order of operations problems (WITH integers) for a total of 32 problems. I like to give every student one sheet and have them solve all four problems. The number in the middle square is the sum of the four answers so it's self-checking. I have students with the same sheet get together to verify work. Then students cut out, fold, and tape their pyramids. You can display them in a clear container, line them up on a window ledge, counter top, or shelf, or string them together to hang from the ceilings or across windows. These are so awesome to have up for open house or back-to-school night. So many possibilities! Clear directions and answers provided. All my favorite things - cooperative, self-checking, and wall-worthy!

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