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Teach your students WHY the Exponent Rules the way that they do, using repeated multiplication and the knowledge that anything divided by itself is 1.
When teaching my Exponents Unit, I will have students complete these activities before teaching them the Exponent Rules.
I always do Product, Quot

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Use this mini lesson to help students "discover" what happens when exponents become negative. Students will use patterns and their knowledge of positive exponents to determine the results of raising a power to a negative exponent.

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In this activity, students will use their prior knowledge of powers to come up with rules for multiplying and dividing powers with like bases.

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This three-page discovery of Product Rule, Quotient Rule, and Power Rule is intended to be used before introducing Exponent Rules.
**This resource is also available in a DISCOUNTED bundle: Expressions & Equations Bundle
The worksheets guide students to expand expressions and make observations.

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This is a discovery activity and a set of notes for an interactive notebook. The whole resource is made in a sketch notes style and introduces 6 properties of exponents. Designed to promote critical thinking and help students draw conclusions about the rules of exponents.
Supports CCSS 8.EE.A.1
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Also included in: Discovery Lab Bundle for 8th Grade

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This resource will guide students to "discover" the properties of exponents, while "holding their hands" a bit. With a calculator in hand, students explore various numerical expressions containing exponents, and try to match what the calculator is telling them to an answer choice still containing a

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Quotient Rule of Exponents Discovery Activity
This is a double-sided worksheet aimed at getting the student to discover the quotient rule of exponents instead of being told what it is. The student needs to know what x to a power means and that anything divided by itself is 1 and can be cancelled ou

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Also included in: Exponents Unit Bundle (A11B)

This is a double-sided document intended to have the students discover the product rule instead of being told what it is. The only prerequisite knowledge that a student needs to know is what x to a power means. Then the teacher can do one example and let the students explore each question.
The wor

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This is a double-sided worksheet aimed at getting the student to discover the power rule of exponents instead of being told what it is. The only prerequisite knowledge that a student needs to know is what x to a power means. Then the teacher can do one example and let the students explore each quest

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Also included in: Exponents Unit Bundle (A11B)

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In this station activity, students rotate around looking at cards with problem and answers to determine the rules for multiplying exponents, dividing exponents, and finding the power of a power. There are 2 sets of cards, one set with the work shown and one without. This allows for easy differentia

Students often have difficulty remembering the properties of powers. Instead of just memorizing what to do when multiplying powers with the same base, have your students discover it! By discovering the rule, rather than simply memorizing, students will retain the knowledge more easily and also und

4 Days of Guided Notes + 1 Laws of Exponents Activity! This bundle is a great way to begin and end your Laws of Exponents unit! The discovery-based notes will guide your students through an exploration of laws of exponents. And the School Scavenger Hunt activity gives your students a fun and excitin

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This station can be a group game or indepdent interactive activity to practice what students have learned about working with exponents - positive, negative, multiplying and dividing. 2 options for play:1. One of more students at a time. Spread the cards out on the desk, face up. Students sort thro

This mini unit includes 8 pages (plus a cover page and table of contents page) that allow students to discover how exponents are used. There are activities that allow students to use manipulatives, write about their thinking, make predictions, and there is also a practice page that could be used as

In this set of four Stations, each student will explore the properties of the exponent rules of product of a power (station 1), quotient of a power (station 2) and power of a power (station 3), by simplifying expressions and discovering patterns and eventually rules (station 4). The teacher can then

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Order of Operations Interactive Notebook Pages and Activities
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*2 PEMDAS Foldable
*Comparing Values of Numerical Expression Notebook Problems (full page, 2 per page and answer key)
*Parentheses Practice Notebook Problems (full page, 2 per page and answer key)
*Comparing Di

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This collection of a discovery lab, foldables, games and activities gives you many tools to use to help your students learn about solving systems of equations by graphing and substitution. The resources in this bundle make a perfect addition to the math classroom for differentiated instruction, supp

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This bundle contains 11 great activities to assist you in teaching negative and zero exponents. There are investigative discoveries, scaffolded notes, fun practice worksheets, partner activities, stations, and assessments. This bundle follows my first bundle (see link below) on Exponential rules w/

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In these discovery-based, guided notes handouts, students will explore patterns in numbers to help build their understanding of positive, negative, and zero exponents. Students will be able to apply the Properties of Exponents when simplifying expressions involving both numerical and variable bases

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Also included in: Exponent Rules and Scientific Notation Bundle

Use this discovery worksheet as teacher-led guided notes or as a group activity. Students must graph various functions and then answer questions about their symmetry, f(-x), and the exponents in the function. By the end of the activity, students should be able to summarize their findings and make co

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This services as a guided practice and/or discovery activity for students. It is outlined by the different rules of exponents. Beneath each rule is a list of practice problems. This serves as a great way to take notes, have students discover the rules on their own, and/or practice.

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Are you looking for some additional practice for your students with the rules for exponents. Try this 16 square match the square puzzle.
There are two interchangeable puzzles (one with blank borders and one with unusable expressions on the edges). You can switch the four corners pieces from one pu

This document contains a discovery activity, note guideline, guided & independent practice problems, and a collaborative matching activity designed for teaching the properties of exponents.

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48 Algebra favorites from MathyCathy's store address algebra and pre-algebra concepts.
Focusing on student engagement, communication, and formative assessment, these resources are sure to "up-level" your students' mathematical experiences. Designed with my students in mind, these are classroom-t

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