Order of Operations is not just a set of rules students need to follow. Help them understand the meaning behind Order of Operations and they'll remember it better. This interactive notebook page focuses on applying Order of Operations to real life situations so students understand why groups need to stay together.
I have included options if you use PEMDAS, GEMDAS, or GEMA. There are 5 short exit tickets to give students to assess their understanding of order of operations. The examples included grouping, exponents, and negative integers.
To print the notes to make a booklet, print the two pages you want two sided and select “flip on the short side.” You could also print and copy 1 to 2 sided on a copier.
There is no cutting for students, only a simple fold. Students could also color as they take notes. find that students are more engaged when they have something to color.
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