Ideal resource for when you are teaching BIDMAS (order of operations) to either Years 7-9 or to pupils taking their GCSE. The GCSE questions are similar in style to the new GCSE practice questions (AQA).

Includes the following:
Description of BIDMAS
Plenty of examples for the teacher to model to pupils, plus 30 practice questions of increasing difficulty
Extension / GCSE harder questions to model to pupils, 12 practice questions in the form of a catchphrase activity. Answer: Keep an Eye on Things
Additional slides with other types of BIDMAS questions (e.g. put brackets into calculations to make the largest sum)
A great plenary activity - BIDMAS Bingo.

Thanks for looking. Mr Cullen



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  • BIDMAS---Order-of-Operations-(TES).ppt
  • bidmas-worksheet.doc

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