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Fun Math Game To make this more challenging for middle schoolers I was adjust the challenge so that students must create 1 expression using all the numbers, this way they need to consider Order of Operations

This is a fun way for students to practice their Order of Operations skills! I have students who have been reluctant to participate in math really enjoy this game. I hope your students enjoy it as well.

Students love Footloose! It's a great way to review concepts AND keep students moving and engaged at the same time. Order of Operations Footloose includes 30 cards, each of which has an order of operations problem to solve. Some of these problems do include parentheses and exponents.