Exponent Matching Puzzles, Common Core Standard: 6.EE.1
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*24 different three piece exponent puzzles. Each puzzle includes the exponent, expanded form and the value. Students can solve each puzzle can be solved without using a calculator (larger numbers are raised only to t
This interactive Matching Digital activity with Google® Slides will reinforce your students' skills with Rational Exponents. There are three slides with 18 expressions each. Students analyze the expressions, then find three that are equivalent, dragging them onto an organizer. There are six trip
Your students will love this Algebra Exponents, End of Unit Matching Practice with Google® Slides. It is Paperless and NO Prep for you! This fun interactive End of Unit activity for Algebra reinforces all the concepts taught in the unit on exponents and is a great way for your students to practice
Do you need a new, interesting ways to re-teach or review squares and square roots in your math class?
Try this engaging activity that gives your students a variety of options for learning in pairs and individually!
Each card set includes 30 pairs of colorful (along with matching black/white) ca
This activity is designed to help students master the concept of order of operations (without exponents) with a hands-on digital cut & paste worksheet. Students drag answers to their matching the problems.BE SURE TO DELETE THE ANSWER KEY BEFORE ASSIGNING TO STUDENTS.Want to earn TPT Credit for
Two activities to practice with exponent rules are included in this resource. In these group activities, students practice simplifying expressions involving positive exponents. Cards are designed with similar numbers and variables involving anticipated misconceptions of the Properties of Exponents.
Students can practice the basic rules for using exponents with these matching games and worksheet. Use them at math stations or in small groups.
Included in this resource are:
♦ printable chart, "Properties of Exponents"
♦ worksheet which could be completed as a class, with partners, or assigned
A new and engaging matching activity using Order of Operations with powers perfect for ANY classroom!Included in this FREEBIE:- Teacher Preparation Directions- Student Directions for the Activity- Numerical ExpressionCards in Black and White for ink-saving printing- Answer Cards in Black and White f
This is a matching activity, meant to reinforce or review basic understandings of powers of ten and exponents in small groups or centers.Students will match three different representations of powers of ten or numbers written with exponents: exponential, repeated multiplication, and standard.There ar
MathMatch activities are a great way for your students to practice math and have FUN!! Each set consists of 18 problems (task cards) that focus on a specific skill. This set contains problems in which students multiply and divide powers using the properties of exponents.Students will cut out and
Base ten exponents are one of the easiest sets to learn for some and the most difficult for others. Hands on practice and review will assist in mastery, not to mention motivating students to learn while they play. Fifth Grade is the first encounter students have with powers of ten exponents now in
This matching activity includes 6 division problems, 6 multiplication problems, and 6 exponent problems, all with answer matches (for a total of 36 cards). This can be used individually for students to match cards, or can be split up so students can 'find their match'! A great way to practice the
This laws of exponents matching activity is a digital activity in google slides where students will practice identifying the rule, description of the rule, and simplifying an expression and match the appropriate pieces together. This is a great way to have practice even if it is at home and is self-
This is a hands on activity for students to practice the Quotient, Product, Zero and Negative rules involved with exponents. Students will match up problems to the simplified expressions using only POSITIVE exponents.
Students will practice solving exponents with this fun matching activity! There are 10 exponent problems students will solve. They will find the matching answer and drag the answer to the correct puzzle piece. This product includes the following: A link to the activity on Google SlidesDetailed stude
Students use their knowledge of exponent laws to identify and prove equivalent exponential expressions!Comes with task cards and accompanying worksheet!If you download, please remember to share a comment or rate! Thank you!
This Exponents and Square Roots number sorting game will help students master this mental math skill in a fun and engaging way! What's Included? ⇒Teacher Implementation Guide⇒10 Unique Game Mats ⇒10 Unique Decks of 16 Cards (160 total cards) ⇒Answer KeyThis product includes 10 versions with 16 ques
Are you working to move toward a paperless math classroom? Or maybe you’re just ready to “change things up” a little bit by integrating online activities into your current routine (like me). Either way, this easy to use, highly engaging activity is EXACTLY what you need to get started!MathMatch ac
Laws of Exponents: This activity requires students to use all the laws of exponents to multiply algebraic expressions and fractions together. Once they have simplified each card, they can then search for their answer amongst the remaining cards to check they have done their work correctly.
This exponent matching game can be used as an introduction to exponents or as a way to memorize the basic exponents. There are 72 cards in all. There are 24 exponent form cards, 24 expanded (factor) form cards, and 24 standard form cards. Students can record the matched cards on the 2 page recording
This includes a foldable covering the seven laws of exponents, along with examples inside.This also includes 4 different matching activities of varying levels of difficulty to differentiate instruction for students. Students could match them and glue them in their INB. Also, they could be cut and
In this cut-and-paste activity with two separate parts that can be used together or separately, students cut out perfect squares and their square roots to be matched and ordered from least to greatest in one part, and in the second part they cut out and match powers (a base with an exponent; only po
Welcome to Match-Up! A fantastic new resource that will have your students begging to practice needed skills. This set focuses on EXPONENTS (SQUARE NUMBERS TO 12).With very little prep, you will have an engaging and hands-on activity that will challenge your student’s thinking. It can be played alon
This is an AMAZING-- I may even go so far as to say MIRACULOUS-- activity! It turns a worksheet into an activity that encourages collaboration and problem-solving, while strengthening their knowledge of this unit.
This file includes a partner match-up activity for each of the following: