1. Rational Exponents and Radicals Match Three! (Version 1)— Match the cards into groups of three that are equivalent. This version only includes unit fractions in the exponents.
2. Rational Exponents and Radicals Match Three! (Version 2) - Harder—Match the cards into groups of thre
Exponent Rules Activities Bundle
This bundle contains the following ten activities to use throughout the exponent rules unit. Click the links to view each activity:
• Exponent Rules Scavenger Hunt
• Exponent Rules Koosh Ball Game
• Exponent Rules Coloring Activity
• Exponent Rules Task Cards
Students love getting practice with the properties of exponents with this variety of games and activities. These 7 resources include a presentation, notes, foldable, mazes, tic tac toe game, a whole class review game, puzzles, and more!
Supports CCSS 8.EE.A.1
The following resources are included
This collection of 3 maze games is perfect for practicing perfect squares and cubes and basic exponents. It's a short and engaging way for students to practice squares and cubes and to have fun while doing it.
***This game is also included in the Square Roots and Cube Roots Game Bundle***
This is a set of 3 games or activities that will help your students practice using 6 properties of exponents. Included in this download are maze games, a puzzle, and tic tac toe game.
Supports CCSS 8.EE.A.1
Included in this download:
Properties of Exponents Maze
-Reviews properties of exponents in
This set of activities includes:
Who wants to be a millionaire Exponents Game
Exponents Test Practice
Exponents Think Pair Share
Exponent Unit Vocabulary Crossword
All of these activities are ready to use. The Millionaire game is interactive and can be used with an interactive bo
Halloween Math! Exponent Activities!
Do your students need more practice in exponents? Download this packet to incorporate Halloween fun and exponent practice all at the same time!
Use these activity pages for math centers, buddy activities, peer tutoring, small group or homework.
Exponents get boring after a while, let's face it. I've created some worksheets that allow students to practice exponent skills while doing an activity.
Suggestion: For the Triangular Puzzle, group students at least in partners, because these problems are more challenging.
Students will gain practice with laws of exponents with this cut and paste activity. A fun alternative to the boring, old worksheet! I had students work in pairs and it worked really well in my classroom! This also serves as a great self check as students match up the problems with the answers!
Multiplying Exponents. Students create 3 columns on their paper. One for the problems, one for the work, and one for the answers. They cut out the problems, show the work, and then cut out the answer. Great way to have students actively engaged and entertained.
This engaging activity gets students thinking about the properties of exponents in a fast paced way. Self-checking makes it perfect for centers, stations, and partner practice. Students will choose the answers they think were done right and then verify their choices. This approach is more open ended
Practice how to solve exponent problems with these engaging and fun Christmas Winter themed practice activities for 4th grade and 5th grade.
Great idea for Christmas math centers, math stations or enrichment.
Use these exponent practice pages for math centers, math stations, buddy activities, peer
Exponents: Mission Is Possible has three different activities to review and practice exponents.
Exponent Puzzle Match:
There are two different versions of Exponent PUZZLE Match. In one version, students match the exponent with its value. In the other version, students match the exponent with the r
Two activity labs to teach exponents. The first is for 5th-6th grade to introduce students to the concept. The second is for 7th-8th grade to explore the relationship between positive, zero, and negative exponents. Teach the why before the how.
This bundle is perfect for introducing exponents to your students! It includes introductory notes (with a QR code that links to a Showme video of the notes), 24 task cards with QR codes, and a scavenger hunt. The scavenger hunt has students reading word problems and finding the answer to the probl
Dividing Exponents. Students create 3 columns on their paper. One for the problems, one for the work, and one for the answers. They cut out the problems, show the work, and then cut out the answer. Great way to have students actively engaged and entertained.
This is a scavenger hunt activity that includes 20 problems over operations with polynomials and laws of exponents:
-adding and subtracting polynomials
-multiplying and dividing polynomials
-simplifying expressions using the laws of exponents
-various application problems
A bundle of three great exponent practice activities. Teaching tips and modifications included. Great for whole group, small group, and/or cooperative learning.
10 sets of exponent pages including exponent form, expanded form, and standard form as well as several cards with co
Get students practicing with the Properties of Exponents Chart and Partner Practice. This activity engages students in reviewing the properties of exponents. They will answer questions about the properties of exponents and use those answers as a reference to simplify expressions with exponents.
Exponent Rules Scavenger Hunt
The objective of this activity is for students to solidify their knowledge of the exponent rules in a way that is engaging and requires student discourse. *Answer key included*
Print each of the following pages on colored paper and hang around the room (my
Exponent Rules Bingo:
Students will have fun playing Bingo with their classmates as they review the properties of exponents. *Answer key included!
There are 30 task cards that require the exponent rules to simplify. Pass out a Bingo sheet to each student. Then project all of the possi
This activity will allow you to check your student’s understanding of exponents. Exponents can be a tricky concept for students and this activity can be used with a multitude of learners from beginners to advanced learners.
Rational Exponents Activity: Quick Questions is an activity that helps students identify and correct common math mistakes! It is great for reviewing multiple concepts before a quiz or test. Students have fantastic conversations during this activity and the best part is that it’s so quick and it real
4 fun and motivating activities to promote practice and review of exponents as fractions, decimals and whole numbers while celebrating the historical figure: Harriet Tubman.
THIS BUNDLE INCLUDES THE FOLLOWING ACTIVITIES:
* 10 problem coloring activity
* 8 problem mistory lib activity
* 9 proble
This activity pack includes:
1. Exponents Bump Game: Students will play this evaluating exponents game with a partner. The first student with 6 in a row is the winner!
2. Exponents Matching Cards Activity: Students will match ten sets of three cards. They must match the exponential form, product fo
Want a fun and engaging way for your students to practice laws of exponents? This laws of exponents activity will have your students hunting all over the school for mysterious Pentagruel creatures! This school scavenger hunt will take the learning outside the four walls of your classroom and introdu
Exponent Rules Game - 'Math Clues':
This CSI-style game is inspired by the original Clue board game. Students work in small groups as they simplify problems involving the exponent rules. Student will simplify the problems in order to collect clues. They will then use deductive reasoning to solve the
This packet contains 3 activities for working with Powers of Ten and exponents.
✎ Page One: Matching Cards (enough for a class of 26)
I place the cards facedown and the students love when I put the stopwatch timer on the board and I time how long it takes them to find the correct partner, get thei
Rational Exponents Activity: Math Sprints is an activity that helps students become fluent with a specific skill! It really helps with mastering math concepts and storing them in the long-term memory. It is great to do after just learning a concept or reviewing a previously learned concept.
Exponents Activity 2: Quick Questions is an activity that helps students identify and correct common math mistakes! It is great for reviewing multiple concepts before a quiz or test. Students have fantastic conversations during this activity and the best part is that it’s so quick and it really gets
Exponent Rules Tic Tac Toe:
Students will play Tic Tac Toe in partners as they simplify expressions using the exponent rules. There are 5 boards that get progressively more difficult. *Answer key included!
Directions: There are 5 boards and they get progressively more difficult with Board A being
This smartboard-friendly review is an excellent way to assess the skills of solving equations, finding inverses, and composing functions with rational exponents. I like to use them in a group game format and watch students compete and have fun! Each question is followed by an answer slide for immedi
This is an activity designed for small groups of students to review the laws of exponents. In this activity, students will work to create different representations for two given numbers (an integer and a fraction). The activity gives students an opportunity to move numbers while figuring out the c
Exponents Activity: Quick Questions is an activity that helps students identify and correct common math mistakes! It is great for reviewing multiple concepts before a quiz or test. Students have fantastic conversations during this activity and the best part is that it’s so quick and it really gets s
Exponents Activity Bundle: Fix Common Mistakes!
This bundle consists of 3 Quick Questions activities! Please note that these activities are a set of the activities that can also be found in the larger bundle of for $25.
Quick Questions Review:
“Hey Lady! I am keying the Q^2 questions and marvelin
Print front and back and cut out. Use like flash cards in centers activity, inside/outside circle activity, conga line activity, whiteboard activity, etc. One side has an expression and the other side has phrases/sentences for the other person to practice saying. Students can help each other get thr
Here we have an engaging review or practice activity that can be used in an Algebra I class. Contains 28 problems and a title page, "I Have/Who Has" activity will get your students engaged and listening while simplifying exponential expressions.
How does the activity work?
Print out (half or quart
Corresponding GoMath Lesson: 1.4 and 1.5
Game: Power Up!
- “Power Up” Sheets
- Placemats (4 different versions depending on students need)
- Number Cards (1-9) or decks of Playing Cards (with face-cards removed)
- Students are put into groups of 2 or 3
Simplify negative and zero exponents and multiplication rules for exponents with same base. Students walk around classroom simplifying expressions and decoding a secret message that will say "May the Force be with you" in the end.
Fun, self-checking activity so students can practice applying the properties of exponents. All of these problems have positive exponents. They will practice:
Power of a Power Rule
Power of a Product Rule
Power of a Quotient Rule
Exponent of Zero Rule
Students often don't
Give students a chance to play with rational exponents. With a die and a power table (such as http://www.billywr.com/math/power_table.php), students can roll their own practice problems.
Instructions are included for how to use the power table to choose bases that will work with the rolled denomin
Exponents! Exponent practice and activities for beginners!
Use these exponent pages for math centers, buddy activities, peer tutoring, small group or homework.
This Exponent Resource contains the following 11 different exponent activities
★ Journal Cover for organizing student work into mini exp
Give this hands-on activity a try for a fun way to practice writing small and large numbers using scientific notation. Students will need to "attend to precision" because several of the problems have the same coefficient but different exponents - forcing students to really focus on the function of t
Exponent Rules Graphic Organizer
This is graphic organizer reviews the following exponent rules (or laws): product rule, power rule, quotient rule, negative exponent rule, zero exponent rule, and adding/subtracting (like terms only).
It is a great way to organize all the concepts and have everythi
This game is a classic!
This activity includes 36 question slips and suggestions for use. Time your class and challenge them to improve their time!
Students will use the following exponent rules:
- positive vs. negative bases
- multiplying powers
- dividing powers
- power of a power
This pack addresses 5th grade Common Core Standards 5.NBT.1, 5.NBT.2, and 5.NBT.3. **If you are looking for themed activities, check out my Place Value Rodeo. If you already have Place Value Rodeo, these activities are very similar- you will likely not want both!
These activities would make excell
A fun way to practice the properties of exponents!
In this activity, students solve different problems with equivalent answers. The 12 different problems practice the following properties:
Product of Powers Property
Power of a Power Property
Power of a Product Property
Quotient of Powers Proper
About this resource :
This 12 question exponent worksheet assesses a student's ability to simplify expressions using the rules of exponents. Once they find their answer they use the corresponding color to complete a coloring page. A great way to check for understanding of exponent rules and a fun h
Exponents and Powers Color By Answer
Exponents are often difficult to remember, but with this great activity practice is fun and meaningful! A self checking powers and exponents activity that students love to complete! **************************************************************
Great Exponent P
This pack addresses 5th grade Common Core Standards 5.NBT.1, 5.NBT.2, and 5.NBT.3 through a variety of fun cowboy themed activities.
**This pack is now part of a 5th grade math centers bundle. Buy it with my addition and subtraction of fractions centers and save! Click HERE to check it out