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FREE! PEMDAS and GEMDAS posters. PARENTHESES - EXPONENTS - MULTIPLICATION - DIVISION - ADDITION - SUBTRACTION I use this poster to help my students remember the order of operations. Also includes an optional poster for GROUPING - EXPONENTS - MULTIPLICATION - DIVISION - ADDITION - SUBTRACTION

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Operation Key Words Foldable

Students can get the different order of operation mixed up. This organizer will be a helpful reminder if they get discouraged during classwork when combining all four operations in challenging problems. 3.OAT.9. 9. Identify arithmetic patterns (including patterns in the addition table or multiplication table), and explain them using properties of operations.

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This would be a great project for students in elementary math to complete. It is fun, and also allows students to tell their peers and teacher more about themselves! Great for project-based learning.

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Teaching Long Division

After students can compute with long division, they need to know exactly what it is they are computing! They must be explicitly taught interpreting remainders, and these task cards help them see what to do with each remainder they come across.

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I like how this graphic for Order of Operations shows multiplication or division and addition or subtraction (whichever comes first). I also like how the teacher made the student write the operation next to each line. Great way to keep students organized and solving in a step by step manner.

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