Math Bowling is a game to practice using the order of operations given three numbers. To start the game, roll a dice three times, placing the three numbers in the middle boxes. The students can only use those three numbers in order to get a
Helpful tool when learning the order of operations using PEMDAS.
Instead of just using the acronym, the pyramid is color coded for visual learners. It also shows that multiplication/division are at the same level of the pyramid, same as
I used this as a center activity for my 6th grade class. The goal is to complete the chart by filling in the missing areas by writing the inequality sentence in words, creating an algebraic sentence, or graphing. This allows the students to