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Now with TWO options!These foldables provide students with notes and practice problems for positive, zero, and negative exponents.PERFECT for interactive notebooks! Works great during guided instruction, as a centers activity, collaborative assignment, exit ticket, or even a homework assignment.An

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Cut and Glue Integers with Exponents and Parentheses (extra quizzes included)
Do You Really Know Your Negatives?
Negative Integers with Positive and Negative Exponents and Parentheses.
Cut and glue activities just make it more fun!
I have complied a thorough list of complicated expressions that

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Many students have difficulty working with negative integer exponents. These four sets of practice problems and the accompanying hint sheets will provide that important structure and support as students explore the concept. These worksheets may be used traditionally, or as four separate centers/st

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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

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Use this foldable to teach students the properties of integer exponents. Print two-sided, fold in half on the line and cut on the dotted lines. Now includes 22 practice problems and answer key.
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Also included in: 8th Grade Math Bundle

Hello Happy Teachers!
This is a great product for your INB (Interactive Notebooks). There are three copies of the homework per printable sheet. Cut the paper into strips and have students glue on the left side of their notebook. Have students show their work on the right side of each problem. I use

This 18- question, triangle- shaped puzzle provides students with practice evaluating integer exponents.
You will receive:
• 2 pages worth of puzzle pieces
• student recording sheet
• answer key
• directions & photo of the final product
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Simon Says is a fun way to practice simplifying integer exponents and roots. Problems include squares, cubes, square roots, cube roots, and negative exponents. This file contains 2 games with 8 questions each.

Common Core Secondary Math brings you “Fluent in Math: Fluency Checks 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.
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This is a game that I have played with my students for years. I guarantee your students will love this review activity. It is called human bingo. I give the students cards. They have to match equivalent expressions by standing in the life size bingo grid on the floor. Students will review conve

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This activity consists of 12 problems for each student to solve. Students will move a power with a negative exponent to the opposite part of the fraction (i.e. numerator to denominator) to change the exponent to a positive. Then they will simplify the fraction.
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Also included in: Exponent Extravaganza! Bundle

A set of twenty-four task cards for students to practice solving integer exponents. Great for introducing integers, extra practice, review, and centers. These task cards are aligned to common core standard 8.EE.A.1 Know and apply the properties of integer exponents to generate equivalent numerical e

In this activity, students will follow the solution path to discover how to apply properties of integer exponents.
This is done by verbalizing the solution process — or sharing thoughts with students so that they can effectively crawl inside a teacher's brain — it is what´s known as a "think-alou

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This 16-problem circuit has a scavenger-hunt appeal. In it, students will practice integer skills involving exponents and the order of operations.
This activity is intended to be completed WITHOUT a calculator.

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You’re just an innocent villager minding your own business when your tiny village is suddenly attacked by a dragon! A dragon! By cleverly hiding, you manage to avoid being eaten by the dragon (not everyone was so lucky!), and you know what you must do now. You must set out toward the castle to warn

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Want to add an extra bit of zip to your lesson?
The star shape of this cut and paste puzzle will do just that while providing sound practice. Ten problems are incorporated into the puzzle and an outline for showing work is included.
Students will simplify exponential expressions involving negative

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This NO-PREP CCSS-aligned Power Point Lesson takes students through the mathematical reasoning behind the properties of integer exponents: multiplying the same base results in adding the exponents, dividing the same base results in subtracting the exponents, and a base with an exponent raised to a p

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Everything you need for your students to complete three scavenger hunts! Print and cut out each scavenger hunt and distribute the cards around your room...kids have to use their exponent knowledge to find the correct answer before moving on to the next card. A great way to get kids moving and learni

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Four activities:
- Integer Exponent Proof activity that shows the patterns to discover zero and negative exponent products.
- Properties of Exponents Flip Book* (notes)
- Properties of Exponents Quick Drill (PPT)
- Properties of Exponents Test Practice*
*These activities are made to be booklets. Y

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Let your students practice integers order of operations with exponents with this math puzzle. Students cut apart the strips, solve the problems, and glue them in order from start to end. This is perfect for individual practice, math centers, and early finisher activities.What's Included:✢ 1 sheet of

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