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The Power Roller Game gives kids the opportunity to make great choices about which number should be the base and which should be the exponent.
For example, given the numbers 7 and 10, which would you make the base and which would you make the exponent to yield the largest number? They'll definitel

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TOSS BOSS: A Fun & Exciting "Exponent" Game
How many times have you heard students answer 10 to an exponent problem such as "five-squared"?
Students will sharpen their KNOWLEDGE OF EXPONENTS & MULTIPLICATION MENTAL MATH SKILLS while playing this fun and exciting game. Students roll the dic

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Played like the game of "Spoons," this small-group game will help your student practice basic computation with exponents.
Divide students in to small groups of 4 players. In the middle of the group, place 3 spoons (or any other object, really!) The game comes with 16 cards--4 of each that equal the

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A simple and fun way to review or solidify understanding of exponents. I have included versions of the game with dice or cards along with a set of very simple print cards you can laminate if you do not have or do not use playing cards in your class.
I am not sure where the original idea for the ga

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In this exponent game, students will play with a partner, and their goal is to have an ending product that is greater than their partners. Students will roll two dice and figure out which number they would like to be their base number and which number they would like to be their exponent. Once the

Get kids up and moving and practicing math with this one-prep activity!
Print either the color or black-and-white set, laminate, and cut apart the cards. Done!
Clear and easy directions on how to play "Scoot!" are included.
Student answer sheet and answer key included.
Exponent Scoot:
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Use these 2 fun "I Have, Who Has" Games for practicing exponents (basics) and equations (basics). I made these primarily for use in my fifth grade class, but they could also be great for a review in 6th or an introduction in 4th. Two sets of game cards included, as well as teacher directions if you

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These games are intended for students to practice exponents in a fun way. Students can choose between two different game: Exponent Match and Exponent Spoons. Students will practice matching exponential form, standard form, and expanded form of an exponent. These games support the learning of CCSS 6.

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Wheel of Exponents is a 2-player game that allows students to practice multiplying and dividing whole numbers and decimals by powers of 10. Players take turns using a paper clip/pencil spinner to spin a problem before writing it on the included recording sheet. Players then solve their multiplicat

Exponent Rules Jeopardy:
This Jeopardy style game is a really fun group classroom activity! Students will simplify the increasingly difficult exponent expressions using the exponent rules as they earn points. This game allows the teacher to keep score on the game and has timers for each slide! *Thi

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This is an introduction to exponents with scaffolded notes that students are able to complete in pairs with minimal to no teacher support after playing the game!
This game is played in pairs and you need enough multi-colored dice for each pair to have two di of differing colors.

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TOSS BOSS: A Fun & Exciting "Exponent" Game
How many times have you heard students answer 10 to an exponent problem such as "five-squared"?
Students will sharpen their KNOWLEDGE OF EXPONENTS & MULTIPLICATION MENTAL MATH SKILLS while playing this fun and exciting game. Students roll the dic

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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*
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Print each of the following pages on colored paper and hang around the room (my

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Super fun exponents activities for the winter. These exponents activities will help students when they are first learning how to convert exponents into different number forms.
1. Game - 30 sets of task cards, game board, instruction/title cards, answer key
2. Four Activity Sheets - fun practice fo

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Properties of Exponents Scavenger Hunt:
The objective of this activity is for students to solidify their knowledge of exponent rules in a way that is engaging and requires student discourse. *Answer key included*
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Print each of the following pages on colored paper and hang around the roo

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"Stumped" is a Laws of Exponents game where two students attempt to "stump" each other by taking simple pieces of a potential exponential expression and adding enough exponents, parentheses, and mathematics operations that it might keep their playing competitor from being able to simplify it. Stude

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Practice evaluating exponents with this two-player game. Students with a beginning understanding of exponents will get repeated practice evaluating exponent expressions to find combinations that meet the goals to earn points. As students deepen their understanding of how exponents work they will u

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A game for students to practice learning about exponents in a fun way.
Students take turns drawing cards and answer the questions on their card. Cards range from basic to more challenging (including some decimals and fractions). Students are asked to explain, calculate and identify e

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Activity for properties of exponents. Print the activity. Use the first page as the game board. The second page can be cut into pieces. Students, in a group, can either take turns placing the game piece in the correct space on the board, or you can have them all completing it at the same time.

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A fun game to practice finding equivalent expressions with exponents! Students will play while simplifying expressions to find matches! The cards have 2 and 3 step expressions without variables.
Record sheet, answer sheet, and directions for game are included!
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This breakout escape room is a fun way for students to test their skills with exponents.
Contents:
♦ Teacher Instructions and FAQ
♦ 3 Levels to decode: Multiple Choice, Tarsia Puzzle, and Maze
♦ Student Recording Sheet and Teacher Answer Key
♦ Link t

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Studying exponents or do your kids just need a little review of calculating exponents? They are sure to enjoy this superhero themed game called "Power Up".
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You can now buy this game in a bundled pack of math games by clicking HERE.
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How does the game work? Students w

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Have your students practicing exponents' property property with this engaging board game

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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

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Exponent Opponent is a 2-player game that allows the students to practice solving and comparing numbers with exponents. Each player rolls two dice to create an ordered pair that is used to select a number with an exponent on the game board and places a colored counter on the number. The players then

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These materials are a fun way to engage students in learning and practicing the Laws of Exponents. Use these materials for an introduction or a refresher of the Laws of Exponents. There are enough materials to cover two days of lessons. Answer keys are included. The document contains a total of

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This is a notebook file where students are able to practice using their exponent rules by playing tic tac toe. The exponent laws included in this notebook are Multiplying Like Bases, Power to a Power, Dividing Like Bases, & Zero and Negative Exponents. There is a game board for each of these inc

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This 53 slide Jeopardy Game is a great way to review working with Exponents. This is game is a great activity to get the entire class involved. The file is saved as a Power Point so that it is interactive and editable.
There are 5 categories a Final Jeopardy question. The five categories are Com

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This order of operations game is called PEMDAS! It is a high Paced Card Game that is Student Approved:)
First student to spell PEMDAS wins.
Watch out- if you pick 3 X's, you lose!
Practices solving Order of Operations Problems using PEMDAS
Has a recording sheet for students to do their work and rec

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This set includes 40 task cards with exponents. The card scenarios vary in difficulty, allowing for classroom differentiation and exponent games with task cards. An answer sheet (should be copied front and back) and answer key are provided. The blank answer sheet allows for mixing cards. Students ca

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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

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This set of activities includes:
Who wants to be a millionaire Exponents Game
Exponents Test Practice
Exponents Think Pair Share
Exponent Unit Vocabulary Crossword
Matching Exponents
All of these activities are ready to use. The Millionaire game is interactive and can be used with an interactive bo

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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.
This Halloween

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These activities are an intro to understanding exponents and powers of ten using multiplication and division with additional practice through quiz/review and matching games.
Included With This Purchase:Poster--Understanding Exponents (Laminate as a poster or place in student binders as a reference

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Spiral Card Game
Learning is always better when it is fun.
Otherwise known as "I have...Who has?"
Starting with the start card, students must match the repeated multiplication to its exponent. This game also gives the opportunity to practice the language (ie. eight to the fourth power, six sq

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This is a challenging and fun activity/game providing practice over the product & quotient rule of exponents. The game is played in 5 rounds with 4 players. The players are given 4 answers per round on the student recording sheet. For each round they are given 12 questions - either a product or

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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

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Logarithms and Exponents in a Game of Spoons
Games in math class are always a +
Student engagement with the content increases
Students get excited about coming to class
Students share that enthusiasm
Games engage more of the class
Games allow for informal assessment
Games make you cool (just kiddi

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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

This is a game that I have played with my students for years. I guarantee your students will love this review activity. It is called human bingo. I give the students cards. They have to match equivalent expressions by standing in the life size bingo grid on the floor. Students will review conve

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While working on order of operations in math class, it became clear that my students needed more practice working on exponents. This game was introduced as a way to help them practice in a small group and work collaboratively. Students spin an exponent and check their work with a calculator. Student

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This Bingo game includes four different game boards (each with a free space) that lets your students practice exponents. This game includes all laws - multiplication law, division law, power to power law, negative exponent law, and identity of zero.
This is also available in my Exponent Bundle her

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This is a hands on resource for teaching multiplication of decimals and whole numbers to your students. It will get your students thinking about multiplication and understanding it at a deeper level.
This bundle includes the following:
-Area Model Multiplication Work Mat
-Area Model Multiplication

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This is a game where students will choose a card, then find the solution to a mixed operation with integers problem. After solving the problem students will move towards the win spot (if their answer is positive) or towards the lose spot (if their answer is negative).
Mixed integers - mixed operat

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Play this Properties of Exponents Tic Tac Toe game to give students a fun way to practice using the properties of exponents to simplify expressions. Students will have a friendly competition in partners. Supports CCSS 8.EE.A.1
*** This resource is also included in the Properties of Exponents Game

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GOT TECHNOLOGY? Then maximize its use!
MATH-O is VERSATILE! This bingo-style game provides targeted and structured practice with evaluating expressions with exponents. Games are engaging, convenient, and can be played in a moment's notice.
Use the game slides in a variety of ways:
-- Use th

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This is an interactive PowerPoint game. Therefore, this game must be played in SLIDESHOW MODE in MICROSOFT POWERPOINT.
Objective of the Game:
Apply properties of Exponents and be able to place 3 Xs or 3 Os horizontally, vertically, or diagonally before the other player
Directions:
This PowerPoint

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

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This PowerPoint presentation is a game that will reinforce and provide practice for the previously taught skill of finding powers of a number when given the base and the exponent. The game begins with a detailed description of how students should make their own Bingo cards. This one slide has the

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Let students practice order of operations with these no-prep, LEVELED matching cards that make differentiated instruction easy! A recording sheet and an answer sheet are included for student accountability and self checking. They work especially well in math centers, math workshop, small groups, or

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Scientific & Standard Notation Review Game
Challenge your students ability and knowledge with a new spin on a classic game-Tri'Onimos! This game set includes 42 tiles and a total of 54 questions. Questions include both standard & scientific notation in both positive & negative exponen

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This is a BINGO game over radicals and exponents. The game has problems that include writing expressions in exponential and radical form, simplifying radicals, and solving radical and exponential equations.

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