# Order of Operations Games

## Puzzling Order an Order of Operations Game/Puzzle

“Excellent resource” – Robin K. Objective: To apply the basic rules on the order of operations (PEMDAS). [5.OA.A.1] [6.EE.A.2c] Materials: Puzzling Order puzzle Players: Minimum of 2 players (work in groups or teams) Rules: The objective of the game is to properly evaluate expressions by applying the

## Focus on Order of Operations – ULTIMATE Resource! (Games, Activities, Posters & Worksheets)

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## 10 Sided Dice Game

Submitted by Michelle I have students in groups of 3-4 and each group has a 10 sided dice and they roll the dice five times. They write the numbers down and then they put parentheses, addition, subtraction, multiplication, division between the numbers in order for the answer

## Tic-Tac-Toe Math Review Game

Submitted by Doris Tic-Tac-Toe Math Review Game Solving Simplified Equations Using Order of Operations Objective: Introduce solving simplified equations using order of operations. Materials: Chalkboard/White board and chalk/markers Players: 2 or more Rules: Objective of the game is to identify how to solve equations with different operations

## Order of Operation Bowling

Order of Operation Bowling Download Printable Game Sheet Here: Order of Operation Bowling Directions: Roll 4 dice, and write down each number in the frame box. Using all four numbers, try to find an equation with an answer that is one of the numbers on the bowling