Order of Operations (Includes Parenthesis; No Exponents)

Teach students to solve equations and evaluate expressions using the order of operations. The worksheets on this page are intermediate level, and they include equations and expressions that contain parenthesis, but not exponents.

Evaluate six expressions and then complete the the short answer question. These problems include parentheses.
example: (9 + 3) ÷ 2
To solve these equations, students must demonstrate their knowledge of Order of Operations. Match the letters with the answers to find the answer to a silly riddle. What do you call a witch at the beach? A sand-witch.
example: 20 - 6 + (49 ÷ 7)
Simplify 30 expressions. All expressions have parenthesis, but no exponents. These work well for exist slips, classroom scavenger hunts, or peer review.
Write a number sentence using numbers and symbols that correctly matches each phrase. (example: What number is 76 more than the product of 13 and 8?)
Use the symbol key at the top of the page to decode the expressions. Then simplify/solve each using knowledge of Order of Operations.
Color the expressions and solutions to complete the maze, from start to finish.
More Order of Operations

This page has more Order of Operations worksheets. There is a more basic level that does not include parentheses. There's also a more advanced level that includes exponents.

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