Welcome to our Mixed Operations page!
Here you will find a wide range of free printable mixed operations sheets and resources that will help your child build a strong understanding of combined operations, from solving exercises with addition and subtraction through exercises with multiplication and division and to solving verbal problems that involve all four operations and the order of operations (PEMDAS).
Learning Mixed Operations
In first grade, children usually solve simple mixed operations problems with numbers up to 10. This includes addition and subtraction exercises and fundamental verbal problems where children must apply logic to solve a problem.
In second grade, children continue to solve addition and subtraction problems with numbers up to 100. This helps them understand these operations together and not just separately.
In third grade, children begin to learn multiplication and division facts. Exercises with both operations can help your child gain confidence in this important subject.
In fourth grade, children learn about the order of operations and solve problems involving all four operations.
In fifth grade, children can solve large number problems that combine all four operations. Children also learn about the order of operations with parentheses.
In sixth grade, children strengthen the skills acquired in the previous years, while more advanced students can solve problems with powers of ten.