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5.OA.A.1 Order of Operations Puzzle

5th Grade Order of Operations Triangle Puzzle – CCSS 5.OA.A.1

This puzzle is a fun way to review the order of operations and core standard 5.OA.A.1!

Compared to a traditional worksheet, a puzzle is MUCH more fun and engaging. Puzzles force our students to think, whether they want to or not!

This is a fun and engaging way for your 5th grade math students to practice the order of operations and common core standard 5.OA.A.1! 
 This is a no prep activity for your 5th grade math class!

This is a GREAT way to practice common core standard 5.OA.A.1.

This puzzle has no exponents – if you want an order of operations puzzle that includes exponents, check out my 6.EE.A.1 puzzle.

This is a fun and engaging way for your 5th grade math students to practice the order of operations and common core standard 5.OA.A.1! 
 This is a no prep activity for your 5th grade math class!

Students LOVE puzzles!

Not only will your class have fun, but you don’t need to prep! Just Print and go! It comes with an answer key! EASY! Give yourself a break!

This puzzle has two versions – a full page size version and a half page size version that will fit perfectly into your interactive math notebook!

This is a fun and engaging way for your 5th grade math students to practice the order of operations and common core standard 5.OA.A.1! 
 This is a no prep activity for your 5th grade math class!

To solve the puzzle, students will solve each expression by using the order of operations, and match it with the solution on another piece.

Try using this puzzle in a math station when you are doing rotations. Cut out the pieces ahead of time and laminate them to save time.

This is a fun and engaging way for your 5th grade math students to practice the order of operations and common core standard 5.OA.A.1! 
 This is a no prep activity for your 5th grade math class!

This puzzle has a perfect rating on TPT.

Check out two of the positive reviews:

Great activity to practice order of operations.

-Emily S.

This is a fun way to review order of operations.

Renfreu D.

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