# Order of operations

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### Order of Operation. "It really doesn't matter which method you use to teach the Order of Operations. You can use PEMDAS, Please Excuse My Dear Aunt Sally, or any other catchy phrase. That isn't the biggest problem. It is when they have to take their standardized tests and they don't understand that their calculator doesn't follow the order of operations. It follows the order they type things in. Here are 3 ways to make sure they understand the order of operations" "The Order of…

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### Use this fun, free maze to help your students practice the subtraction of integers

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### Provide engaging practice with order of operations with this set of free printable order of operations games-includes puzzles & fix the mistake.

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### Order of operations can be frustrating to teach, but it doesn't have to be. Read this post by Laura Candler to discover some fun and effective strategies for teaching order of operations, and download free printables to go with the lesson.

### Free simple order of operations worksheet to download and print.

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### 5 Hands on Activities to help you teach Order of Operations. Also included, 5 FREE Order of Operation Mazes. -Ms Carmen B

### Try the engaging, free, easy-prep order of operations sequencing activity described in this blog post to help your upper elementary or middle school math students practice with the order of operations. Great as a math center activity!

### Why is GEMS the Best Way to Teach Order of Operations? Check out this free GEMS video lesson that comes with a free reference sheet and worksheet worksheets and answer key! (This lesson applies to 3rd grade, 4th grade, 5th grade, and 6th grade). If you need a fun order of operations practice math lesson, strategy, or activity, check this out!

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