Order of Operations: World Records helps students master the order of operations while using exponents, parentheses, and brackets. All 35 pages have ten problems for the students to decide which to do first: parentheses, brackets, exponents, multiplication and division, or addition and subtraction. The rules and samples are on every page, making it easier for students to follow the rules.
At the bottom of each page is a five by five grid with a set of multiples hidden inside. Students identify the pattern (multiples of 2, or multiples of 5, multiples of 9..).
And the numbers on each page are centered around a story, a World Record (like the dog that has learned to identify 1,022 words for toys, or the Australian who pushed a wheelbarrow for 2,557 miles, or the 1,763-foot long waterslide in Indiana).
Take a look at the Preview to see a few samples of these pages.
If you would like more activities exponents and order of operations, then click on one of these links:
Exponents: What are they PowerPoint
Exponents: World Records
Hangman: Exponents and Spider Factoids
Hangman: Exponents and Spider Secrets
Parentheses, Brackets, Braces and BUGS