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This is a color by number activity. Students are given two sheets. One sheet has 13 expressions that students must simplify. The other sheet has a picture with simplified expressions in each section. Students must simplify each expression on the first sheet, in order to determine which colors they m

With this activity, students will practice multiplying and dividing exponents while having fun as they color! Students will simplify 12 problems of varying difficulty and then follow the special coloring directions for each problem to reveal a beautifully colored picture. The coloring directions giv

Need a different sort of assignment for a change of pace? Middle and high school students enjoy color by number worksheets. Maybe this is because they don't get to color much after elementary school? If you've never used this type of assignment before, give it a try!
In this activity students will

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This color by number worksheet has 10 problems to help students practice simplifying problems involving properties of exponents. Once a student has completed the problem, they will match their answer to one of the answers provided. The matching answer has a color above it, which the students will th

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This is a fun way to get students to practice Exponents. In it, kids get to color the boxes to find a cute butterfly. The skill is meant to be for 6th grade, but it is also a good practice for gifted 5th graders, and a review for 7th and 8th graders. It also includes a table of numbers for students

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This is an alternative to a regular exponent worksheet. Students will solve the problems in the picture and color the section the appropriate color. This is great for a time filler, sub plans, Halloween or Fall math activity, or as an alternate worksheet. Exponent problems are appropriate for the 8t

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Students will use the laws of exponents to rearrange or simplify various exponential expressions. Answers will be used to color a school-themed cartoon.

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Order of Operations Color By Code: "Our Class is ON POINT"
Problems Include:
-All positive whole numbers
-Exponents included
-Parentheses and brackets also included
*TEKS Aligned: 6.7A
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This fall color by number allows students to see how place values relate to each other. For instance the 9 in 9,000 is 100x bigger than the 9 in 90. Students enjoy being able to practice this skill, while having fun coloring.
This activity also includes practice with powers of 10 (both positive an

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Students evaluate exponential expressions and use their answer to color the attached picture.
This is a freebie of my other color by number products. They are sold seperately or as a bundle.

This 5th Grade Halloween Math Color-by-Number Activities Pack includes 6 exciting mystery pictures for celebrating Halloween in math class! These are not your ordinary math mystery pictures... these pictures require students to practice a variety of key math skills that they've lea

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Exponents Color by Number:
In this color by number, students solve 20 exponent problems. Some problems require students to convert from expanded to exponential form, while others require them to find the missing exponent or find the value of the exponential expression. There are 2 questions on vers

Thanksgiving Math Color By Number order of operations pictures are a fun and easy way to practice solving using the order of operations. Keep early finishers learning and having fun with this no-prep Thanksgiving option!
Save over 25% by buying this resource in the

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Easter Egg Algebra with Exponent Rules/Exponent Properties/Laws of Exponents.
There are 16 problems which require students to use their knowledge of the following Exponent Rules:
*Product of Powers Exponent Rule
*Power of a Product Exponent Rule
*Power of a Power Exponent Rule
*Qu

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Need to jazz up your math block? Are your students tired of doing the same old worksheets? Color by Number Printables will BRIGHTEN up your math instruction. Perfect for practice (or for those sudden sub days), Color by Numbers are self-checking and provide students with immediate feedback.

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This 5th Grade Math Color-by-Number Holiday Bundle comes to you after receiving numerous requests from buyers to create a bundle that includes all of my seasonal 5th grade math color-by-number sets!
This HUGE bundle covers a wide variety of 5th grade math skills and includes 52 mys

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Properties of Exponents Color By Number
Students solve problems to discover which number goes with what color and then color the corresponding spaces on the coloring page.
20 problems to simplify Exponential Expressions using the following properties:
- Zero Exponents
- Negativ

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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! **************************************************************
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This is a color by number with a mathematical twist! Your students (any 5th to middle school level should benefit from this review) will solve problems and then find their answers on the festive color by number sheets.
Included in this product:
5 Holiday-themed Color-by-numbers each with a specifi

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Students will solve 10 problems while using the exponent rules. All five rules are included in simplifying the expressions. Some have a combination of rules. When they get their answer they will look at the boxes on the right. Whatever answer matches the answer they got they will color that problem

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Don’t be fooled. Middle schoolers are NOT too cool to color!! Reviewing properties (laws) of exponents can be a drag, but not with this fun color-by-number activity. This worksheet has 15 problems using the product rule, quotient rule and power rule, aka the Laws of Exponents.
Once you find

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Your students will enjoy practicing exponent rules with this color by number activity!
Problems were designed to encourage students to work carefully since the answers are very similar. The activity consists of twelve challenging multi-step expressions for students to simplify.
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Add some color to math class and help students review different skills at the same time:-)
In this activity, students solve 20 problems that require them to do the following (check the preview to see how many problems address each of the skills below):
Subtract 4-digit numbers
Add deci

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Practice worksheet for combining like terms with exponent rules and multiplying polynomials. Students will have to add, subtract, and multiply polynomials. Based on their answers they will color the appropriate part of the picture with the corresponding color.

Zero exponents are the easier rule of the exponents. But there are tricky problems that can occur when you add parenthesis in certain parts of the problem. Practice the 15 problems and add the coloring sheet for the extra fun for students!
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*15 Problem Sheet
*Blank Colo

Don’t be fooled. Middle schoolers are NOT too cool to color!! Practicing multiplying and dividing monomials can be a drag, but not with this fun color-by-number activity. This worksheet has 15 problems using monomials (with numbers and variables) which get progressively more difficult. Students w

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Fall Mixed Math Practice Color by Number:
Add some color to math class!
In this activity, students solve 20 problems that require them to do the following (check the preview to see how many problems address each of the skills below):
Subtract 5-digit numbers
Add decimals

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With this activity, students will solve rational exponent equations and then color their answers on the picture according to the directions to reveal a beautiful, colorful mandala! As an added bonus, the final products make fabulous classroom decor!
This activity is an excellent resource for sub pl

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This Winter Color by Number on Adding and Subtracting Scientific Notation is a perfect review, homework assignment, or enrichment activity.
There are 6 different questions on this worksheet including: adding and subtracting scientific notations and then readjusting to proper notation. These pr

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Color by numbers are always a hit!
Decorate your room with this bright, colorful hot air balloon.
This activity includes twelve problems. Students will use the exponent rules below to simplify exponential expressions.
- Multiply and Divide Powers
- Power of a Power
Check out these related act

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Did someone call the "Mini Man Egg Painting Service?"
In this mathematical coloring activity, students enjoy coloring an Easter-themed illustration while evaluating numerical expressions with positive, whole-number exponents. For example, this is a fun and practical way to find out whether or not

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Students use color-coded notes to examine how to evaluate rational (fractional) exponents. These notebook pages address common core standard: HSN.RN.A.2.
This resource includes:
- Color-coded graphic organizer
- Blackline master graphic organizer
- Color coded not

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This money saving bundle gives you 4 Fall Color by Number sheets for only $5!
This Fall Bundle Includes:
Color by Number: Rules of Exponents.

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This Winter Color by Number on Operations with Scientific Notation is a perfect review, homework assignment, or enrichment activity.
There are 6 different questions on this worksheet including: adding scientific notations, subtracting scientific notations, multiplying scientific notations, and

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Ready to practice ALL of the exponent rules?! These problems are set up to see a mix of the exponent rules, but only practicing one rule at a time! A great next step into seeing the exponent rules before combining them together. Add the coloring part in and kiddos will have a great activity to compl

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Don’t be fooled. Middle schoolers are NOT too cool to color!! Reviewing the order of operations can be a drag, but not with this fun color-by-number activity. This worksheet has 8 problems of varying difficulty including problems with parentheses, fractions and exponents. Each problem has 3 answ

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Engage students with these color-coded foldable notes on Positive and Negative Exponents. These notebook pages address part of common core standard: 8.EE.A.1.
This resource includes
- Color-coded graphic organizers in 2 sizes
- Black-line master graphic organizers in 2 sizes
- C

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Here's a winter holiday color-by-number for 5th-7th grade math students. This fun activity has numbers represented by equations. For example, the number 12 might be represented by the square root of 144; 2 squared times 3; 3 to the second power plus 3; 48/4; or just the number 12.
In order for ki

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Students use exponent laws to simplify 18 expressions. They color the piece of the snail with the answer. If the answer isn't on the snail, students will know to try again.
I made this for my 7th grader students. It could benefit advanced 6th graders or be review for 8th grade.

Have students color in a Spring picture by first simplifying the expressions with rational exponents to figure out the coloring key.

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Students will complete 32 exponent and scientific notation operation problems. Students will choose their own colors and find the answers in the geometric design, and color each section as indicated on their worksheet.

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This is a one-sided coloring page with 14 questions over the basic understandings of exponents.
Questions vary from evaluating an exponential expression such as 4^2 to finding the value of the exponent given the base and the answer (7^? = 343) to identifying the base and the exponent in a simple e

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I have a new and wonderful Order of Operations Bundle! All task cards were designed to be used for more than one purpose! When you purchase this bundle, you will receive the following components:
*Order of Operations Race Game & Directions
****There are 16 pairs of Task Cards (32 unique problem

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Have students color in a Spring picture by first simplifying the expressions with rational exponents to figure out the coloring key.

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Students can practice their order of operations skills while coloring a Christmas tree picture. There are 20 problems, each answer will give them a color to match to the answer on the picture. None of these order of operations problems have negative answers. There are exponents and parentheses, incl

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Students can practice their order of operations skills while coloring a Thanksgiving turkey picture. There are 19 problems, each answer will give them a color to match to the answer on the picture. None of these order of operations problems have parentheses or exponents. There are also no negative a

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Students will simplify expressions using the laws of exponents. They will then use those answers to color the attached picture.

Each page is titled by a color. Answer the questions on each page and then color the corresponding answer, on the monster, with that color.
There is an answer page included at the end.
This packet addresses grade 5.NBT.1:
Recognize that in a multi-digit number, a digit in one place represents 10

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Have students color in a Spring picture by first simplifying the expressions with rational exponents to figure out the coloring key.

Each page is titled by a color. Answer the questions on each page and then color the corresponding answer, on the tree, with that color.
There is an answer page included at the end.
This packet addresses grade 5.NBT.2:
Explain patterns in the number of zeros of the product when multiplying a num

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Exponent Robot- Color by Number
Christy Plumley- White
I found that my students were struggling with their exponent rules- specifically when combined with other operations. This Color by Number activity is one that they really enjoyed and said they got a lot out of. It helped having a box of answer

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A color by number activity where students will simplify expressions using: products of powers, power to a power, and powers of products, properties.

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