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Order of Operations: Riddles for Hands-On Learning

Order of Operations: Riddles for Hands-On Learning
Order of Operations: Riddles for Hands-On Learning
Order of Operations: Riddles for Hands-On Learning
Order of Operations: Riddles for Hands-On Learning
Order of Operations: Riddles for Hands-On Learning
Order of Operations: Riddles for Hands-On Learning
Order of Operations: Riddles for Hands-On Learning
Order of Operations: Riddles for Hands-On Learning
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Add an extra dimension to teaching Order of Operations with this fun, hands-on activity that your students will LOVE. Write an answer from the key on the board and then have students place the game pieces on the number strips to make the equation that equals the answer.

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