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This breakout escape room is a fun way for students to test their skills with order of operations. This escape room does not use exponents or negative numbers. Click here for my order of operations with exponents escape room.Important: Most of my Escape Rooms can be used for distance learning, thi
This breakout escape room is a fun way for students to test their skills with order of operations without exponents or negative numbers. This escape room is completely digital through the use of a Google Form. A Google account of any kind is not needed for students to complete the form.Important N
In this activity students will need to use their power properties throughout three levels of the escape room. Each level gets a bit more difficult. Have the students do this by themselves or with a partner and work their way through your evil Algebra Escape Room! The properties used in this activit
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Grades:
7th - 9th
Math Teachers ~ you'll LOVE this great practice for students using PEMDAS and solving for Order-of-Operations. This FREE Order-of-Operations-Worksheet has NO exponents and NO negative integers. ANSWER KEY included! ENJOY this FREEBIE! Please don't forget to leave feedback. IF YOU'D ALSO LIKE THE FRE
This breakout escape room is a fun way for students to test their skills with order of operations without exponents or negative numbers. This escape room includes an optional digital form for students to input their answers. The puzzles will still need to be printed out to accompany the google form
Check out these adorable monster themed Order of Operations worksheets. Students no matter what grade always enjoy a themed worksheet. These worksheets provide plenty of space for students to show their work and give them an opportunity to get artistic if they choose. Great for classwork, homework,
This partner activity is a spin on the game Battleship. Students take turns choosing spaces to attack by simplifying algebraic expressions with exponents. This includes the product rule, quotient rule, and power rule. Expressions with combined operations are also included. NO NEGATIVE exponents. Inc
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Grades:
7th - 9th

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Mario: 15 Order of Operations problems - 3 Steps - No Negatives or ExponentsLuigi: 15 Order of Operations problems - 4 Steps - No Negatives or ExponentsToad: 15 Order of Operations problems with positive decimals and require 2 steps - No Negatives or ExponentsEditable! Answer box turns green when co
This digital pixel art contains 20 questions regarding evaluating exponents and is to be completed through Google Sheets. Students simply solve each problem, type their answer into the answer box and magically pixels will begin to fill in to reveal a world peace inspired image. Answer key included b
Grades:
5th - 7th
DIGITAL, NO PREP, SELF-GRADING practice, multiplication laws of exponents without negative or 0 exponents. Here are 10 problems using google forms for your students. I've also included some examples at the beginning of the form to help students remember how to do the problems. This resource can be
15 Order of Operations Problems - 3 Steps - No Exponents OR Negatives Editable! Answer box turns green when correct.
This deck contains 20 problems where students will practice using the quotient rule. None of the problems result in negative exponents. There are 5 one-variable problems, 10 two-variable problems, and 5 three-variable problems. This deck using flow-magic so each question must be answered correctly b
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Grades:
6th - 12th
15 Order of Operations Problems with 4 Steps. No Negatives or Exponents. Features Luigi from Mario Kart Editable! Answer box turns green when correct!
This is a Google Slide activity that can be shared online and completed for distance learning. Students open the file and make a copy to complete the click and drag activity. The answer key is the second slide.
Grades:
6th - 9th
Check out these adorable St. Patrick's Day Order of Operation worksheets. Students no matter what grade always enjoy a holiday themed worksheet. These worksheets provide plenty of space for students to show their work and give them an opportunity to get artistic if they choose. Great for classwor
This activity covers the beginning concept of dividing monomials with questions that include: matching, multiple choice, and provide your own answer. There will be no negative exponents.In this activity, the problems start off with using the basic definition of subtracting the exponents and end wi
Grades:
7th - 10th
Students solve numerical expressions using order of operations. The answer to the expression is then crossed off on the Bingo board.
These three digital mazes are a great way to practice a variety of properties of exponents. They can be used for homework, centers, partner work, or assessment and are a great alternative to traditional worksheets. For example, I use a maze everyday for bellwork to start class off on the right foot
Grades:
7th - 9th
This set of 3 games or activities will help your students practice using the 6 properties of exponents. Included in this download are maze games, a puzzle, and tic tac toe game.Supports CCSS 8.EE.A.1Included in this download:Properties of Exponents Maze-Reviews properties of exponents including powe
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Grades:
7th - 9th
*Includes both printable and digital in GOOGLE Slides.Students work in partners to combine like terms in this collaborative "Around the Clock" activity. *Students are not required to know integers to complete this activity. All simplified expressions have positive values only. (*For a version for in
These worksheets contain 4 sets of 10 combining like terms problems for a total of 40 problems! There are two versions of the worksheets (easier and harder) that share the same answer key for easy differentiation! The 1,2 version is slightly harder with the distributive property and more terms to c
★ DIGITAL Math Resource★ Are you looking for quality, standards aligned math resources to use with Google Classroom™? This resource is a fun and engaging way for students to simplify exponential expressions using exponent rules. This product includes a Google Slides activity with 29 interactive slid
Common Core Secondary Math brings you “Fluent in Math: Fluency Practice for the Common Core” . The Common Core State Standards in Math (CCSSM) stress fluency with skills and procedures along with conceptual understanding and mathematical applications. Fluency with mathematics at the secondary level
This activity helps students practice using the order of operations prior to learning about integer operations. Expressions include exponents and parentheses. Included with this activity:•Answer Sheet with room for students to show their work and answers.•Coloring page (This helps students to check
Grades:
5th - 7th

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