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Students will practice working with rational exponents with these series of rational exponents mazes. This includes converting between exponential form and radical form, as well as operations with rational exponents. The solutions are used to navigate through the maze.
4 Versions Included:
Maze 1

Rather than giving your students a boring old worksheet to practice their laws of exponents, give them this fun maze!
If you like this activity check out my other mazes as well!
Negative Exponents Rule Maze
Simplifying Radicals Maze
Transformation Rules on a Coordinate Plane Maze
Is It a Function?

Try this fun and novel way for students to practice exponents: a maze!!
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Students begin at the box under the large "start here" arrow. They solve the exponent problem shown and follow their choice to the next box, continuing through the maze until the “END” box.
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Have your students apply their understanding of POWERS & EXPONENTS with these fun activities including a maze, riddle and coloring activity.
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1. Powers and Exponents COLORING ACTIVITY
Students are prompted to evaluate expressions with POWERS AND EXPONENTS with rational numbe

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Also included in: 8th Grade Math COMMON CORE BUNDLE Assessments, Warm-Ups, Task Cards, Worksheets

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These two mazes are a great way to practice a variety of properties of exponents. Can be used for homework, centers, partner work, or assessment. I use a maze everyday for bellwork.
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*Questions that review properties of exponents including power of zero, power of one, power of a power,

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Also included in: Properties of Exponents Activities Bundle

The maze in this packet will help students practice and review working with exponents.
There are problems in which students must multiply variables with exponents, problems where students must raise a power to a power, and problems where students will divide using variables with exponents. Only

Also included in: Algebra Bundle of Mazes (Slope, Equations of Lines, Radicals, Factoring)

This multiplication properties of exponents maze is a self-checking worksheet that allows students to strengthen their skills at simplifying exponential expressions.
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This maze uses the following multiplication properties of exponents:
• Product of Powers (x^3)(x^5)=x^3+5=x^

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These mazes are more engaging than a plain old worksheet or assignment from the text book.
This file includes 3 different mazes for exponents of one variable:
Multiplying, dividing, and raising to a power
Multiplying, dividing, and raising to a power w/ negative exponents
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A fun game to practice exponents. The students begin at the "start" solving questions. The correct answer to the first question leads them to the second question (and so on). The students eventually make their way "home safely" to end the game. The great value in this game is that students know

Students will practice their skills simplifying expressions using properties of exponents. The properties included in this maze are:
-Multiplying with same base
-Dividing with same base
-Negative Exponents
-Power to a Power
-Zero exponents
This maze works great for a quick review right before a tes

Students will apply Exponent Rules (Product of Powers, Power of a Product, Power of a Power, Quotient of Powers and Negative Exponent) to simplify each expression as they navigate through the mazes. There are 3 levels included to make differentiating instruction simple.
Level 1: one variable
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Also included in: Exponents 3-PACK

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A bundle of three great exponent practice activities. Teaching tips and modifications included. Great for whole group, small group, and/or cooperative learning.
Exponent Matching
10 sets of exponent pages including exponent form, expanded form, and standard form as well as several cards with co

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A fun way to practice exponents around the holiday season. Begin at start by solving the exponent. The answer will show you the path to the next problem. Keep following the answers all the way to the end!

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This is an interactive activity. Students will need to begin at "START" and continue through the maze solving the problems they come to. Then, they will take the path that includes the correct answer all the way until the get to "END".
8.EE.1 Know and apply the properties of integer exponents to ge

Students will be solving a series of exponential expressions by using the quotient, negative, and zero laws of exponents. They will solve different problems as the go around the maze.

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Factor, Simplify, Solve!
This maze is ideal for reviewing exponents in Pre-Calc H and/or teaching exponents in Algebra 2 H. It was specifically designed based on the IB Math SL 1 curriculum.
It includes factoring and simplifying exponential expressions, as well as solving exponential equations.

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In this activity, students will practice simplifying algebraic expressions by applying the following properties/rules of exponents: Product of Powers Property, Quotient of Powers Property, Power of a Power Property and the Zero-Exponent Rule. Additionally, students will rewrite negative exponents a

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Students will use the product rule, quotient rule, power to a power rule, and rules for negative exponents to complete the maze. Ideal to use for independent practice, homework, or test review. This resource includes an answer key.

Exponents Maze Runner
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Tom the turkey is running away to prevent himself from becoming Thanksgiving dinner. Solve each problem; use the answer to show Tom the pathway to safety!

Help Oobie find his MP3 Player. Simplify each expression to determine if the given answer is correct. If it is color in the block, and simplify neighboring blocks. You may only move horizontally and vertically.

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Differentiated practice of exponent rules.

Tired of the same boring worksheet? Here is a maze for simplifying radical and rational exponents.

Try this fun and novel way for students to practice PEMDAS (including exponents): a maze!!
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Students begin at the box under the large "start here" arrow. They solve the problem shown and follow their choice to the next box, continuing through the maze until the “END” box.
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