Order of Operations….. A procedure that my students need to memorize in order to be successful in algebra and higher secondary math.
These task cards are designed to help my students practice while I work with small groups in the back. My students can complete the work and then use the iPad to scan the QR codes. The QR codes link the students to a sheet with my work. If they make a mistake, they have the answer and all the work shown to compare and figure out where they went wrong to correct the mistake. This provides instant feedback from me, even though I am not beside them. It’s like cloning myself!!!
The only prep and materials that are required are a printer, scissors and some lamination (optional). I went ahead and laminated them so that I can reuse these year after year. These task cards have both regular problems and test prep problems. If you would like to see them or use them –click here to find them in my store. I am super excited about using these again with my students next week!
Work shown step by step so students can check their work!
This game is a fun game that reinforces evaluating order of operations with various grouping symbols. Designed for 5th grade, the game contains 20 problem cards, 20 answers cards. and directions for 3 different ways to play. Students can choose which game they would like to play or a teacher can vary the game based on needs of students.
May play with 2 – 4 players. I printed the cards off on card stock and laminated them to make them more durable to use year after year.
It is currently on my store at the following site. A great review for 6th grade and works as a homeschool game, a whole class game or a math center file folder game.