This resource would be great for math centers with its 3 fun ways to practice order of operations. The first activity is an Order of Operations Number Puzzle. With this activity, students use the 0-10 tiles provided to fill in the puzzle. While some parts of the puzzle may have multiple solutions, this puzzle requires strategic thinking to find the solution that only uses each number once.
The second activity, “Walking Genius”, will get your class up, moving and talking! The board contain a series of questions related to order of operations. Students move around, finding people to answer each question.
The final activity is an Order of Operations Odd Man Out. Students must figure out which number is the “Odd Man Out” by working through the problems, and crossing out numbers as they use them. All of the problems should have answers from 0-9, and one number doesn’t get used….the “Odd Man Out”.
If you like these activities, you should check out Guess My Ratio Game
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