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 Difficuty Level 1
This series of activities uses between three and five terms
There are no grouping symbols. Example: 2 + 4 x 3 – 1 = ?
 11 All addition
 12 All subtraction
 13 Addition and subtraction
 14 Multiplication and addition
 15 Multiplication, addition and subtraction
 16 Division and addition
 17 Division, addition, and subtraction
 18 Addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division
19 All types from Difficulty Level 1
Difficuty Level 2
This series of activities uses five terms and one level of
grouping.
Example: 2 + 4( 3 – 1) + 6 = ?
 21 Addition and multiplication
 22
Addition, subtraction, and multiplication
 23
Addition and division
 24
Addition, subtraction, and division

 25
All types from Difficulty Level 2
Difficulty Level 3
This series of activities uses seven terms and two levels
of grouping symbols.
Example: 2 + 4[3 – 5(6 + 7) + 3]
 31 Addition and multiplication
 32
Addition, subtraction, and multiplication
 33
Addition, multiplication, and division
 34
Addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division

 35
All types from Difficulty Level 3
Difficulty Level 4
This series of activities uses ten terms and three levels
of grouping.
Example: 2 + 7{–3 + 4[3 – 5(6 + 7) + 3] – 1 }
 41 Addition and multiplication
 42
Addition, subtraction, and multiplication
 43
Addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division

 44
All types from Difficulty Level 4
Mixed Difficulty Levels
Problems are radomly selected from all activities listed
above.
51
Selections from all types and difficulty levels

About These Activities
These activities are provided as learning tools for
classroom teachers, homeschool mentors, and independent learners.
 Teachers and mentors should select and
review the activities to be assigned to their students.
 Independent learners should begin at the
top of the list and systematically work down through the activities.

