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This activity uses half-sheet task cards in six stations, reviewing the following properties:
Product of Powers Property
Power of a Power Property
Power of a Product Property
Quotient of Powers Property
Power of a Quotient Property
Rules of Zero and Negative exponents*
Students roll a die to compl

Also included in: Exponents - Bundle - Interactive Notes and Activities

This is a fun way to give your students some practice using the exponent properties! The object of the game is to be the player with the most pieces shaded at the end of the game. Players make a path from their starting corner by correctly answering exponent property problems.
Road Block is meant

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Are your students tuned out? Try this self-checking scavenger hunt and get them up and moving around the room! This scavenger hunt includes 10 exponent property problems using only positive exponents. They include multiplying like bases, simplifying a power to a power, and more complex problems th

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Exponent Properties task cards with a twist! Instead of 24 problems that students must solve, these task cards have 3 problems per card – 2 are correct and 1 is incorrect. Students must decide which problem is incorrect and that is the answer they put on their student work page!
Change up stude

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Do you need a fun way for students to practice exponent properties with minimal prep? The Exponent Properties Scavenger Hunt Game gets students up and moving around while practicing math. In this game, students use the answer to one problem to find another problem hanging around the classroom. Stud

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These integers math stations are perfect to engage students in discovering the properties of exponents. Students will develop a deep understanding of exponent properties after completing these math stations. There are four math stations. Three stations are created with the intent that students wil

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Also included in: 8th Grade Math Resources and Activities Bundle

Exponent Properties Activity Bundle: Here is a great way to add fun and engagement while your students practice their exponent properties!
This bundle consists of 4 great activities at a great discount! They include:
Road Block Game: Simplify problems to gain board pieces and block your opponent

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Algebra that Functions
Exponent Properties: Exploring and Applying Properties of Exponents
Do you want your students to have a thorough understanding of how to apply exponent rules and remember these rules? Do your students have difficulty with the negative exponent rule? When I use this unit wi

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This exponents graphic would be a great addition to any bulletin board! Use it as a word wall or just a reminder to students about the different properties of using exponents.
This graphic wall covers the vocabulary words: base, exponent, and power. It also has an example of what an exponent oper

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2 pages of guided notes to introduce your students to the properties of exponents, 1 critical thinking warm-up, 4 pages of practice
properties covered:
product of powers, power of a product, power of a quotient, quotient of powers, zero exponent, negative exponents
answer key provided
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PROPERTIES, PRACTICE, SPECIAL SITUATIONS, EQUATIONS
This unit covers all of the exponent properties: Multiplying, Dividing, Power to a Power, Zero Power, ½ Power, and Negative Exponents. There are note pages that explain exponents in “kid language.” There are 6 practice pages and a set of matching

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Energize your classroom, have some fun, maybe even try taking your classes outside! The Exponent Properties Speed Dating Activity is perfect for a change to the everyday routine.
Students start in two concentric circles facing one another. They "date" by working through each others exponent proper

This is a set of worksheets that contains 4 sets of 10 exponent property problems for a total of 40 problems! There are two versions of the worksheets – one with columns 1,2 and one with columns A,B, but they share the same answer key!
The 1,2 version is slightly harder with negative exponents in

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This maze is part of : Maze - BUNDLE Properties of Exponents
This activity is a good review of understanding how to "Simplify Exponents" using the "Negative Exponent Property". The base is an algebraic expression. There are 15 questions provided. From start to end, the student will be able to an

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This is two 8th Grade Common Core guided, color-coded notebook pages for the Interactive Math Notebook on the Properties of Exponents.
Included in the notes are examples of each type of exponent properties and examples of how to apply each property.
Blackline master and color-coded answer key incl

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Great resource for differentiation. Assesses students understanding of the properties of integer exponents. Uses 4 levels of assessment to show students true understanding.
1.) Computation
2.) Justification
3.) Application
4.) Creation
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This card sort is a way for students to demonstrate their understanding of various exponent property rules and their meaning. The problems include the product property, quotient property, power to power property, combining like terms, and distributing with exponents (product property). The zip fil

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This is two 8th Grade Common Core guided, color-coded notebook pages for the Interactive Math Notebook on the Complex Examples and Applying the Properties of Exponents.
Included are six guided practice, color-coded, step by step examples of applying multiple exponent properties in one problem.
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Provide students with a model to deepen their understanding of the various properties of exponents! Each frayer model includes an expression, expanded form, a verbal description, the rule/shortcut, and simplified form.
Examples, extra practice, and blank forms are provided to assist in developing

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This reteach worksheet is designed to give a quick reteach for the properties of exponents. It includes multiplying and dividing exponents, power to a power,negative exponents and mixing the rules. It covers all of the misconceptions that students may have. Excellent for differentiation in the class

This maze is part of : Maze - BUNDLE Properties of Exponents
This activity is a good review of understanding how to "Simplify Exponents" using the "Zero Exponent Property". The base is an algebraic expression. There are 15 questions provided. From start to end, the student will be able to answer

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Exponential Challenge is a higher order thinking activity that requires students to create problems that illustrate exponent rules for powers with like bases.
The properties required, include: multiplication, division, and power to a power. The challenge includes negative exponents.
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Practice zero and negative exponents with these fun, self-checking scavenger hunts. Students will simplify a variety of twelve exponential expressions which include positive and negative bases, positive and negative exponents and zero as the exponent. This resource includes two worksheets of varied

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Also included in: Exponent Properties Bundle

The students use their knowledge of exponents to write expressions in expanded form then condense the expression to one base with one exponent. While doing this, they discover the multiplication property, power property, division property, and the meaning of zero and negative exponents.
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