Students can get the different order of operation mixed up. This organizer will be a helpful reminder if they get discouraged during classwork when combining all four operations in challenging problems. 3.OAT.9. 9. Identify arithmetic patterns (including patterns in the addition table or multiplication table), and explain them using properties of operations.
Math bulletin board-by now your students should learn the number of ways you can say a problem or ask for a solution - this is a fun way to do that. First have them choose or you choose one of the four operations, then have them show you which of the quadrants applies to that operation and have them select one of the words within the quadrant and use it properly in a problem.
This can be used in my future middle school or even high school classroom. To this day, I still use a variation of this method to solve math problems, so it can be extremely useful for my students as well.