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To give them practice withe order of operations, students make up and solve their own order of operations problems. This activity can be done two ways. 1. Students get into groups of two or three and make up about 3 different type of order of operations problems and then solve each of them. 2. Each student finds a partner, creates their own question, and trades it with their partner for them to try. Then they grade each other's work. Either way, they get extra practice, hopefully catch their mistakes with some help from another student, and take a more active approach to problem solving.
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