April 24, 2012

Order of Operations Bingo and a Freebie

Looking for my Order of Operations freebie? I've deactivated the original post that included this freebie, but these two pages are still free in a more recent post. Click over to Teaching Order of Operations: No-Fail Strategies That Work to find a step-by-step order of operations lesson and these free printables!


  1. This is so helpful because I often find myself telling my fourth graders, "Don't worry about the E for now, you will get that next year." (which isn't really fair). So I love your sandwich phrase! Thanks for sharing.

    Fun in Room 4B

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  3. Thank you so much for sharing this. I find that this math concept is very challenging, even for my grade six gifted students. Any resource that will help them learn and practice is wonderful. I use so many of your great products, you have really changed how I teach, and how I think about teaching.

  4. The first page is a teaching page you can display to explain the basic rules of order of operations. The second page is for students to practice order of operations problems.
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