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These vocabulary cards focus on the CCSS 8.EE.A.1.
Includes the laws of exponents and words students would need to know to understand these laws.
Each vocabulary word has TWO cards:
1. Just the word
2. Word and definition
ALL cards are made to be printed in black and white. Jazz them up by print

This is a packet for Exponents and Division (Monomials). It includes all of the following: Warm-up Exercise (Multiplying Monomials), a "I/We/You" practice exercise, Cornell Notes, Graphic Organizer (Flow Map), summary space, and Extra Practice Problems. The key is included!

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This is a 12 question worksheet for students to practice operations with exponents and unlike bases. Please check out the preview file. I also have a basic practice worksheet for this skill in my store.

This is a 48 slide PowerPoint Lesson to introduce exponents and unlike bases. Please check out the preview file. I also have practice worksheets for this skill in my store.

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This is a three day lesson plan with examples as well as the final assessment covering the unit.

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Great review activity for exponent rules for multiplication and division with exponents. Get your students up and moving while they are learning. This is a great way to assess your students' understanding of Exponent Rules.

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7^{th} - 9^{th}

This is a Flow Map (Graphic Organizer) for Exponents and Division (Monomials). The key is included!

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7^{th} - 12^{th}, Higher Education, Adult Education

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These are Cornell Notes for a lesson of Exponents and Division (Monomials).The key is included!

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This is a 12 question worksheet for students to practice working with positive exponents. Please check out the preview file.

This is a 12 question worksheet for students to practice working with integer exponents. Please check out the preview file.

This is a 21 question worksheet for students to simplify to a smaller base. Please check out the preview file.

8.EE.1 8.EE.A.1 Exponents Expressions. Also used for Algebra students. Powerpoint with the Answer after each slide; perfect for a review, assessment, or activity. 23 slides

Guided, Independent, and State Exam practice.
Includes CCLS, Objectives, and Essential Question.

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These FREE poster pages present three different Learning Goals and Scales for the Common Core Math standards from 4.G.1-3. They were specifically created for the Math Assessments with Learning Goals and Scales, but can be used in any classroom focusing on Common Core. Inspired by Marzano's research

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Make copies of this great graphic organizer for your students, and they can use it for quick reference when doing math homework involving the rules of exponents!

Give your students the freedom to practice their computational skills with integer exponents using this simple matching activity. Students match four pairs of exponential expressions with their equivalency. One set is given as an expression with multiplication and the matches are their simplified

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8.EE.1 Integer Exponents Quiz

8.EE.1 - Exponents: Multiply, divide and taken to a power.
Students will work with a partner and solve ten problems.
First, students will work individually solving exponent problems. When students have finished their work, they will then check their answers with their partner's answers.
If complete

This is a simple classroom activity to get the kids up out of their seats and moving around. Simply make copies of the game card and allow the kids to do the work for each other. This activity makes "cheating" ok, by forcing students to fill in each other's cards.

8.EE.1 Escape Room - Laws of Exponents:PDF AND GOOGLE FORM CODE INCLUDED. It is a great way for students to work together and review their knowledge of the exponent laws. There are a total of 4 tasks/puzzles included as well as a Google Form Code if you want to do the whole thing digitally with no p

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Also included in: ⭐NO PREP 8th Grade Math Escape Room Mega Bundle⭐Distance Learning

8.EE.1 Escape Room - Laws of Exponents:PDF AND GOOGLE FORM CODE INCLUDED. It is a great way for students to work together and review their knowledge of the perfect squares and perfect cubes. There are a total of 4 tasks/puzzles included as well as a Google Form Code if you want to do the whole thing

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Also included in: ⭐NO PREP 8th Grade Math Escape Room Mega Bundle⭐Distance Learning

8.EE.1: Know and apply the properties of integer exponents to generate equivalent numerical expressionsThis product includes three forms of the same quiz. Each form consists of 10 multiple-choice and 4 short-answer questions, covering these six "laws" or "rules" of integer exponents:product rulequot

CCSS 8.EE.1. Real-life applications for positive and negative exponents. In this activity, students use regular division to find the answers before day 0. They will then use an equation with a negative exponent to solve the same problems and check if they get the same answers. This is to ascertain t

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Common Core Standards: 8.EE.1
This activity is a fun card sort that will help students practice applying the exponent rules. Students will use the rules for multiplying and dividing powers, raising a power to a power, zero exponents, negative exponents, and evaluating exponents with order of operat

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