Great collaborative activity where students practice simplifying expressions using the order of operations.. Partner A works out his problems while Partner B works hers. When they have finished, they compare answers. If the same--move on, if different, they work together to review their work and find the error. Includes 2 different pairs of worksheets so you can use one set for homework, or a different day or as a filler when unexpected absences occur. Use the included exit ticket also as an entrance ticket the next day or a quick assessment.
Have an odd number of students? No problem, just have 2 A Partners or 2 B partners and three students can work together,
2 pairs of worksheets A/B and C/D
1 page exit tickets--3 different versions
Teacher Instructions for use
Looking for additional ways to practice the Order of Operations:
Order of Operations Digital Task Cards
Order of Operations Marching Card Set