# Order of Operations with Integers Self-Checking Digital Activity

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### Order of Operations with Integers Self-Checking Digital Activity

This resource is designed to reimagine the teaching and learning experience in mathematics. It targets middle school students, particularly those who find textbook problems uninteresting or struggle with orders of operations with integers.

This digital activity employs pixel art pictures that are revealed progressively as students correctly answer math questions. Once a question is solved, pupils input their final answer into a designated cell. A correct response changes the color to green and forms part of the mystery image. However, if an incorrect one is typed, no new picture emerges—prompting learners to revisit their calculations.

#### Packaged Features

• A Google Sheet featuring twenty problems.
• An Answer Key for reference purposes.
• An optional page offering space for explanations underscoring logical thought development—an essential facet in mathematics education.
Note: The activity is designed uniquely for Google Sheets minimizing time spent grading papers.
##### Rigorous Problems Focus on Order of Operations with Integers:

The resource includes 20 rigorous problems focusing on Order of Operations with Integers—an activity crafted uniquely for Google Sheets minimizing time spent grading papers. It comes accompanied by a teacher's answer key—designed to reduce preparation time without compromising lesson quality—and space allocated for learners' working-out processes—a critical ingredient that encourages mathematical transparency.

###### Suitable Usage Scenarios:
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The implementation possibilities are wide-ranging—it could also serve effectively as exit tickets validating student understanding upon completion of lessons.

• Classwork assignments

• Warm-up activities before lessons

#### Educational Standards Alignment:

This product meets standard 7.NS.2: demonstrating proficiency in adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing integers using order of operations—a fundamental skill required by grades 6 through 7 mathematics curriculum—but can easily be adapted across numerous age groups depending on educational needs and objectives.

## What's Included

➡️ Here's what’s included:

20 Order of Operations with Integers Problems in Google Sheets to save you time correcting

Student Recording Sheet so that students show their process

Teacher Answer Key to save you time

## Resource Tags

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