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#### Order of Operations Task Cards (2)

Young mathematicians use their PEMDAS knowledge to solve 20 different task cards. They evaluate expressions to find the answer of multiplication, division, addition, subtraction, and exponential problems. Then, they record their answers...

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#### Daily Warm-Ups: Grammar and Usage

If grammar practice is anywhere in your curriculum, you must check out an extensive collection of warm-up activities for language arts! Each page focuses on a different concept, from parts of speech to verbals, and provides review...

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#### Your Birthday is a Math Problem!

What better way to celebrate students' birthdays than by creating original math problems? In this open ended challenge, young mathematicians must make numerical expressions using parentheses, exponents, and three other operations that...

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#### Exit Ticket 6.EE.1 Item 2

All numerical expressions are not created equal. This quick exit card problem challenges young mathematicians' understanding of the order of operations as they try to determine which of five expressions are equivalent. Include this...

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#### Exit Ticket 6.EE.1 Item 1

Assess young mathematicians' understanding of the role parentheses play in numerical expressions with a quick quiz. Looking at three problems involving the addition and multiplication of single-digit numbers, students must first evaluate...

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#### Simple Use of Parentheses

Fifth graders take a look at how to solve equations where parentheses are present. There are addition, subtraction, and multiplication problems included. Learners practice solving 22 problems altogether, and there is an answer key...

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#### Subtracting Mixed Numbers

A nine-minute video focuses on the method of subtracting mixed numbers. The host walks viewers through several examples, pointing out each step using the stacked form, regrouping, or borrowing. The video ends with an encouraging message...

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#### Martian Hoverboards

Float across the Martian landscape. Using an online game, learners participate in teams to propel their hoverboards in a race across the surface of Mars. By correctly evaluating a numerical expression involving parentheses, individuals...

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#### Agrinautica

Individuals play a computer game to terraform planets. Learners add plants, animals, fungi, and minerals to the planet surface by creating numerical expressions that represent the objects. After playing the game for a while, the class...

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#### Solving a Multi-Step Linear Equation in One Variable (Example)

An equation has parentheses on both sides of the equation, including a need to use the distributive property and recall the order of operations. The resource works through the steps to isolate the variable and finds the solution to the...

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#### Solving an Equation with Parentheses on Both Sides (Example 1)

Multiple parentheses, oh my! Using an equation with parentheses on both sides of the equal sign, the video demonstrates the steps to solve it. The resource works through each step to isolate the variable to arrive at a solution. Once...

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#### Solving an Equation with One Set of Parentheses

Time to distribute some learning! The video lesson teaches how to solve an equation by applying the distributive property. Learners watch as the instructor completes each step, explaining as he goes. The first step to solving uses the...

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#### The Order of Operations

Future mathematicians learn how to evaluate numerical expressions by applying the order of operations. They evaluate similar-looking expressions to see how the location of parentheses and exponents affects the value.

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#### Order of Operations Task Cards (1)

See how well learners know how to solve expressions using the order of operations. Use this packet that includes 28 task cards that requires pupils to evaluate expressions with variables, solve expressions using the correct order of...

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#### Symbols of Inclusion

Tip—start with the inner most nested grouping symbol. The resource provides an explanation of the conventional method in nesting grouping symbols and using parentheses, brackets, and braces. The video provides two examples, one involving...

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#### Equations with Parentheses

Explore the meaning of parentheses within an equation with a video that demonstrates how to solve two equations with parentheses utilized in different ways. The first equation demonstrates the distribution of a negative and positive one....

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#### Aunt Sally Poster

Please Excuse My Dear Aunt Sally is the mnemonic device for the order of operations featured on an informative and engaging mathematic poster.

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#### Powers, Roots, and BIDMAS

Reinforce math skills with an eight-page exercise that stretches scholars' computation muscles through 13 order of operation problems.

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#### Expressions with Parentheses

Introduce your class to the order of operations. Included here is a reading passage that explains the concepts and provides an example and five related questions for individuals to answer.

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#### Punctuation Marks and Uses Cards

Make sure your class is up to snuff when it comes to punctuation. They can use these cards to practice identifying the purpose of each punctuation mark.

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#### Read and Write Algebraic Expressions Using Parentheses

How does an algebra learner know what to put in parentheses when writing an algebraic expression? This video, which models how to use parentheses, begins by directing viewers to find the comma in the written algebraic phrase. The comma...

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#### How Do You Simplify an Expression?

If you know how to use the distributive property and you know how to combine like terms, then you can simplify this expression.

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#### Simple Use of Parentheses #2

Fifth graders get to practice the skill of doing operations that are inside parentheses first when solving a mathematical equation. There are 30 problems for learners to solve. Each of them gives pupils a chance to practice this...

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