This poster, for under ten dollars, goes over the "Please excuse my dear Aunt Sally" method for quickly teaching the order of operations. This is a helpful and fun way to remind younger students of the necessary steps they should take to properly solve more complex equations. I love classroom decor that is useful, since there's nothing worse than a bare or congested class.
This worksheet, or quiz, has twenty-six problems that test students on a variety of PEMDAS concepts. The worksheet comes with a handy answer sheet on the third and fourth pages.This is perfect for sub days, or when you want to make sure your students are understanding coursework.
This resource is helpful for students who are struggling with order of operations concepts. Designed for younger students, the Khan academy offers this free course which you can assign as an additional resource.
This timed game prompts students to rescue royals by solving long equations. This can double as homework, and you can ask your students for a print out or screenshot of their results. They have to get a total of seven equations correct, and you can implement a time request on them as well.
These four games quiz students on their understanding of the order of operations, and are really fun and appropriate for the classroom. They also work on the ipad, so if your classroom has ipads like mine, your students will get a lot out of their free time.