Surf for More Math
Lesson 12 - Order of Operations
To encourage your child to have fun on the Web while learning about Order of Operations, here are some games and interactive activities they can do on their own or in pairs.
Investigate whether the value of a number statement changes when the order of calculating changes.
Student Book page 196
Instructions for Use
Order of Operations provides your child with an acronym to remember the order operations should be completed in a mathematical equation.
To use Order of Operations, read the web site and practice questions with a paper and pencil.
Practice Order of Operations prompts your child to apply the rules for order of operations.
To use Order of Operations, click on the correct answer for the multiple-choice questions. Click on the calculator, next to the question, if needed.
Order of Operations lets your child practice applying the rules for order of operations.
To use Order of Operations, click on the blue parts of the expression to perform the operations. Click on the 'New' button to try a new question. Have your child try the assessment questions.
Order of Operations Game lets your child practice applying the rules for order of operations.
To use Order of Operations Game, click the 'Play Again' button. Have your child simplify the number expression by using the rules for order of operations. Click on the correct operation button - '+', '-', 'X', or ' ¸ ' . Click the 'Play Again' button to solve the next question.