The Order of Operations

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Your learners use many different number representations like positive and negative integers, exponents, radicals, and combinations of operations as they learn and strengthen their use of the order of operations. Thoughtfully organized to include all of the possible types of problems a learner will face in an order of operations situation, this worksheet packs in explanations, worked examples, exercises, and an assessment.

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CCSS: Adaptable
Instructional Ideas

  • Encourage your young mathematicians to keep this resource in their notes to refer to in the future
  • Use this as a resource when teaching, practicing, reviewing or assessing order of operations
Pros

  • Includes many different number representations that a learner may need to simplify or evaluate using order of operations
  • Includes key
  • Includes descriptions, examples, and exercises all in one place
Cons

  • None
Common Core