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Here is a complete unit for teaching the order of operations. Starting with a presentation or student-led Internet activity (depending on the resources available), students then complete a group activity, followed by some independent...
Young mathematicians use their PEMDAS knowledge to solve 20 different task cards. They evaluate expressions to find the answer of multiplication, division, addition, subtraction, and exponential problems. Then, they record their answers...
Please excuse my dear Aunt Sally! Sort of like an animated slide show, this lesson walks fifth graders through the order of operations. Also included are a sing-along karaoke video, key vocabulary with definitions, and a seven-question...
See how well learners know how to solve expressions using the order of operations. Use this packet that includes 28 task cards that requires pupils to evaluate expressions with variables, solve expressions using the correct order of...
Demonstrate the order of operations and the way to evaluate numerical expressions containing grouping symbols and exponents. An instructive video introduces learners to the mnemonic PEMDAS, which is a great way for them to build a...
Practice, assess, or review mathematicians' skills with this integer worksheet addressing order of operations using positive and negative integers, and solving equations in which letters stand for numbers.
Put your red pen down, it's time for your mathematicians to review students' work. Pupils are given one problem that has been solved three different ways to inspect its correctness and explain their thinking using academic language.
"My biggest challenge in class is to get some students to put a pen to paper, because they don't want to make a mistake." Discover how two teachers are working to help special education students develop the skills they will need in an...
Introduce your class to the order of operations. Included here is a reading passage that explains the concepts and provides an example and five related questions for individuals to answer.