Summer Order of Operations Challenging Pixel Art Activity
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Looking for a fun and engaging way to reinforce order of operations concepts in your 6th-grade class?
Look no further than this no-prep, self-checking order of operations mystery picture activity!
This exciting and interactive pixel art activity is sure to get your students excited about learning and practicing this important mathematical skill.
The activity consists of 20 expressions, all of which involve parentheses and exponents but no decimals.
The answers to all 20 expressions are positive integers, making it easy for students to check their work and track their progress as they solve each problem.
Using Google Sheets, students will work their way through each expression, carefully applying the correct order of operations to arrive at the correct answer.
As they do so, a mystery picture will slowly begin to reveal itself, adding an element of fun and surprise to the activity.
This activity is perfect for a variety of settings, including in-class review, homework, or even as a sub-plan.
It requires no advance preparation or materials, making it a convenient and hassle-free way to add some excitement to your math curriculum.
So why not give your students the chance to practice their order of operations skills in a fun and interactive way?
This no-prep, self-checking order of operations mystery picture activity is sure to be a hit with your 6th-grade students and help them build confidence and mastery in this important area of mathematics.
Pdf with the link to the activity
Common Core Standards:
Write and evaluate numerical expressions involving whole-number exponents.
Apply and extend previous understandings of addition and subtraction to add and subtract rational numbers; represent addition and subtraction on a horizontal or vertical number line diagram.