Using Art to Teach Integers and Order of Operation

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In this activity, students are required to solve either 100 or 49 equations based on Integers and Orders of Operation. Once complete, they use their solutions to create a colour coded image of a surprise Maths symbol.
This activity set which contains 31 unique puzzles which each generate their own individual image - meaning that nobody needs to be working on the same sheet at the same time. Puzzles are aimed at three different ability levels, and accommodate red-green, green-brown and yellow-blue colour blindness. A free sample of this activity is also available on my TPT site - Using Art to Teach Integers and Orders of Operation (free sample).
This activity has been designed to address the ACARA Year 8 Maths, but could be used for the ACARA Year 7 Maths curriculum or any other curriculum investigating negative and positive integers as well as orders of operation.
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Using Art to Teach Integers and Order of Operation
Using Art to Teach Integers and Order of Operation
Using Art to Teach Integers and Order of Operation
Using Art to Teach Integers and Order of Operation
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