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Thanksgiving Order of Operations Mystery Picture | Digital Activity

An educational teaching resource from Matemaths entitled Thanksgiving Order of Operations Mystery Picture | Digital Activity downloadable at Teach Simple.
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Grade 5, 6, 7





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Let your students enjoy learning and reviewing Order of Operations with this engaging and fun math activity during the Thanksgiving season. T

This activity is completely digital and self-checking, so there is no prep required.

Simply provide your students with the link and everything is already taken care of.

How it works:

Students will embark on a thrilling adventure reviewing Order of Operations by solving 20 questions involving parentheses and no exponent.

As they correctly solve each question, a mystery picture will be revealed.


  • Fun and engaging Thanksgiving theme

  • Rigorous Order of Operations practice problems

  • Self-contained and easy to use

  • No prep required

  • No Google Classroom or Microsoft Teams logins necessary

  • Accessible on laptops, tablets, and smartphones


  • Helps students practice their Order of Operations skills

  • Improves problem-solving skills

  • Promotes critical thinking

  • Provides a fun and challenging learning experience

How to use:

  1. Duplicate the student answer sheet (included in the download).

  2. Provide your students with the link to the activity.

  3. Students will work independently or in pairs to solve the problems and navigate through the activity.

  4. Once they have completed the activity, students can check their answers using the provided answer key.


  • Encourage students to work together and share ideas.

  • If students get stuck, allow them to take a break and come back to the activity later.

  • You can also provide students with hints or clues if needed.

Try it today and see how much fun your students have while reviewing Order of Operations!

Additional notes:

  • This activity is perfect for students in grades 4-6.

  • The activity can be used as a whole-group lesson, small group activity, or independent assignment.

  • The activity can also be used as a pre-assessment or post-assessment to measure student understanding of Order of Operations.

Provide your students with the link you will find in the download file and each one of them will have his own copy.

No google classrom or microsoft logins are needed.

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Matemths Digital Order of Operations Mystery Picture

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