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  • Billie Strickland

    Corkboard Connections: Order of Operations Bingo and a Freebie - Includes directions for teaching order of operations in a step-by-step manner

  • Laura Candler

    Order of Operations Freebie from Laura Candler

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  • Katie West

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Order of Operations~ A fun game that takes learning this concept beyond the rote memorization of PEMDAS. My students begged to play this again and again!

My Dear Aunt Sally can't remember the way home and needs help getting to her house! Students must answer the questions correctly and follow the or...

Order of Operations -- love the combo of arithmetic & algebra on this one!

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  • Sam Stinn

    BEDMAS, (brackets, exponents, division, multiplication, addition, subtraction) is what i learned. Probably slightly easier to remember a word as opposed to a whole sentence don't you think?

  • kelli kiser

    I learned Please Excuse My Dear Aunt Sally many years ago and still remember it well. Plus "[]" are brackets. Not "()" those are parentheses.

  • Amanda Olivier

    I learned Bedmas as well, and have always taught that. Seems to work.

  • Amber Thomas

    I usually call it PEMDAS. When I teach it I do both "Please excuse..." when they're getting used to it (helping them think it through) and "PEMDAS" after they just need a reminder.

  • Sam Stinn

    I'd just like to point out that not many 3rd or 4th graders are going to care if there is a difference between brackets [] and parentheses ().

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Order of Operations: This order of operations poster makes a great anchor chart for students learning the order of operations.

This explains the Order of Operations. It addresses the Common Core 5th Grade Math Operations and Algebraic Thinking stardard 5.OA.1: Use parentheses, brackets, or braces in numerical expressions, and evaluate expressions with these symbols.

Order of Operations math journal @ Runde's Room. This looks absolutely amazing - so excited to try this with our number sense unit - also, a link to order of operations hopscotch!

Order of Operations Notebooking Pages - not just an anchor chart because the student fills it out themselves

  • Joan Juliano

    Love this because it shows that multiplication and division are together, and addition and subtraction are together!!!

Here's a "write the room" game where students solve 30 order of operations problems.