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Order of Operations Task Cards – 6.EE.A.1

Do you have restless students in your 5th, 6th, 7th, or 8th grade math class?

They will LOVE reviewing order of operations using these task cards!

These order of operations task cards are a great way for your 6th, 7th, or 8th grade math class to practice or review order of operations.  Your class will LOVE this activity!

Task cards make practice much more fun and engaging!

Get their bodies moving and their brains will start moving too – let’s face it, most students can’t stand being stuck in a desk all day.

Order of operations isn’t the most exciting topic in the world for some students. Get them out of their seat to review and practice and they will be HAPPY!

These order of operations task cards are a great way for your 6th, 7th, or 8th grade math class to practice or review order of operations.  Your class will LOVE this activity!

Topic:

  • Evaluate expressions using order of operations
  • Expressions include exponents, parenthesis, and fractions

Contents:

  • 20 Stations (2 to a page or 4 to a page)
  • Color or Black & White “Ink Saver”
  • Student Recording Sheet
  • Answer Key
These order of operations task cards are a great way for your 6th, 7th, or 8th grade math class to practice or review order of operations.  Your class will LOVE this activity!

This is an easy low-prep activity.

Just print, cut, laminate, and you can use these task cards year after year!

These order of operations task cards are a great way for your 6th, 7th, or 8th grade math class to practice or review order of operations.  Your class will LOVE this activity!

This resource has a perfect rating! Read a couple of reviews:

I really like these and can’t wait to use them! Thank you!

Betta Math

Time saver!

BransonELA

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Need ideas for how to use these task cards in your classroom?

  • Math Centers
  • Math Stations
  • Warm-Up or Bell Ringer
  • Independent Practice
  • Quizzes
  • Homework
  • Ticket Out the Door

Check out this awesome blog post from Maneuvering the Middle: 10 Ways to Use Task Cards in Your Classroom

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  1. Amy Harrison on Teachers Pay Teachers
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