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Math Games: Order of Operations
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Gridlock is a fun and exciting way to help your students review the order of operations or PEMDAS.
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Math Games Order of Operations, Math Games, Math Centers

Gridlock is a fun and exciting way to help your students review the order of operations or PEMDAS.

Included in this download are 25 board games, a blank template, and 4 different recording sheets.

How to Play:
● Students look at the target number in the box.

● They then choose 3 number combinations from any line- vertical, horizontal, or diagonal.

● Students use the order of operations or PEMDAS in any combination. (parentheses, exponents, multiplication, division, addition or subtraction.)

● They record their correct answers on the answer sheet.

** This game can be played alone, in pairs, or small group. If there is more than one player, the students can get a point for each correct equation. The person with the most points wins.**

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I have taught for five years. I taught fifth grade for a year, a third-fourth split and straight third for the other years. Before I received my teaching license I worked with a preschool and an afterschool program that served Title 1 students K-6. I have been selected by my district to lead professional developments on the language arts and math common core. There, I trained teachers of all ranges in the new standards.


I believe in using Whole Brain Teaching. It actively encourages students to participate in a fun, yet controlled, manner. Students learn more when they are speaking, explaining, and showing all at the same time.


I received my Master's degree in Instructional Design and Teacher of the Year award from my school district.


I received my Bachelors from the University of Utah. While there, also received my English as a Second Language (ESL) endorsement. Two years later I graduated with my Masters of Education, Instrucational Design.


I love what I do! I find it thrilling to come to work everyday and help my students learn and grow. I love finding new and exciting ways to teach my students that are researched based and tied to the common core.

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