Order of Operations Worksheets

These order of operations worksheets and PEMDAS worksheets help kids in the upper elementary grades gain fluency with increasingly complex math problems. Knowing how to apply the order of operations for mathematical expressions is a crucial skill for kids in fourth grade as they learn how to tackle math problems with multiple steps. Check out our order of operations resources below.
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Order of Operations Puzzle 2
Order of Operations Puzzle 3
Order of Operations Puzzle
5th graders can practice some basic algebra and order of operations skills with this set of attractive worksheets.
Parentheses First! Find the Missing Operation #1
Algebra Expressions
Have your kid go over some of the important ideas covered in 5th grade math. After she's mastered these concepts, she'll be ready to tackle math in middle school.
Order of Operations Practice #1
Your kid will play digit detective as she solves the case of the missing number.
Order of Operations: PEMDAS
Order of Operations: First Things First
KenKen® Math Puzzle: Sun
Gear up for some Winter Olympics themed math problems! Your mathlete can power through these worksheets while getting practice with averages, distance, and formulas.
Make sure the athletes aren't the only ones working hard. Put your 5th grader's math skills to the test with these Winter Olympic math worksheets.
Introduction to Algebraic Expressions
Greater Than, Less Than Equations
These order of operations worksheets and PEMDAS worksheets help kids in the upper elementary grades gain fluency with increasingly complex math problems. Knowing how to apply the order of operations for mathematical expressions is a crucial skill for kids in fourth grade as they learn how to tackle math problems with multiple steps. Check out our order of operations resources below.

Using PEMDAS

PEMDAS, which sometimes takes the form of “please excuse my dear Aunt Sally,” is an excellent mnemonic that helps kids remember the order of operations:

  • P – solve any expressions found within parentheses.
  • E – exponents.
  • M – multiply.
  • D – divide.
  • A – add.
  • S – subtract.

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