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This dominos activity is used to cover exponent rules by applying the power of a power rule. The solutions all contain positive exponents. Give each student or group/pair of students a set of the dominos. I usually print them on cards stock and put them in Ziploc bags. Use the original copy to chec

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Spun-off from my popular series of
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this Powers & Exponent Rules Bundle contains:
8 Lessons
18 Worksheets
162 Problems
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Individual cost would be $5.00,
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60 slides are printed as

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This unit is available as part of the 8th Grade Math Bundle . If you buy the bundle you will save 25% than if you bought each unit individually. If you try this unit and decide you would like to purchase the bundle, we will deduct the price of the unit from the bundle. We will not be able to deduct

A rigorous 60 MINUTE activity. CHAOS-FREE Math Game { Students Self Check Answers }
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Understand the Place Value System - This is a complete bundled lesson that teaches the principles of multiplying and dividing by powers of 10.
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The fun and very interactive 17-slide PowerPoint will walk learners through:
-Place Value
-Exponent terminology and basics
-Multiplying Whole N

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This foldable to help students to multiply, divide and simplify rational numbers using exponent rules. Invisible power, power of a power, zero exponent, negative exponent.
Options to print out double sided and color!

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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Common Core Standards: 8.EE.1
This activity is a fun card sort that will help students practice applying the exponent rules. Students will use the rules for multiplying and dividing powers, raising a power to a power, zero exponents, negative exponents, and evaluating exponents with order of operat

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Understand the Place Value System - This is a very engaging lesson that teaches the principles of multiplying and dividing by powers of 10.
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The engaging and very interactive 17-slide PowerPoint will walk learners through:
-Place Value
-Exponent terminology and basics
-Multiplying Whol

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This has multiplying monomials, power to power rules, dividing monomials, and negative exponents. All of the problems have either x or x and y. There are 4 puzzles, a hexagon, a square, domino cards, and a circle. They all have the same 24 problems except for the hexagon that has 36 problems.

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Students use their knowledge of expanded form and exponential form to determine the rules to simplify expressions when multiplying bases, dividing bases, and powers to a power.
Common Core Standard 8.EE.1. Know and apply the properties of integer exponents to generate equivalent numerical expressio

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After years of frustration with textbook problems, I finally just made my own worksheets for simplifying with exponent rules. I have carefully ordered the problems to build from easy to more challenging. These are the same worksheets I give my own students after each day of working through the Uni

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This foldable goes over the following concepts:
1. Exponents (Vocabulary and Practice)
2. Multiplying Variables with Exponents - Exploration and Practice
3. Dividing Variables with Exponents - Exploration and Practice
4. Power to a Power - Exploration and Practice
5. Negative Exponents - Exploration

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Keep your students engaged as they practice simplifying algebraic expressions that call for knowledge of exponent rules. This circuit contains 24 questions where students will have to multiply, divide, and raise expressions to a power. The problems get progressively harder so there is even some co

This activity has 10 expressions you simplify by using exponent rules. All of the expressions are numerical and simplify to a rational number. Students color a part of a graph that has the problem number with the color that matches the answer to the problem. This activity uses multiplying and dividi

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Exponent rules is an information list of basic and more advanced exponent rules. An explanation of how to use the rule followed by several examples is given for each rule. I use the first page for pre-algebra and algebra I. The first page's exponent rules include: combining like terms, multiply var

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Hello Math Teachers! Worksheet focuses on using laws of exponents for monomials involving multiplication (adding exponents), the power of a power rule (multiplying exponents) and dividing exponents (subtracting exponents). Exponent Rules for: Product of Powers, Power or Powers, and Quotient of Powe

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This Scavenger Hunt has problems using the rules for multiplying powers, dividing powers, and power to a power.
This activity is part of the 8th Grade Growing Bundle.

Students can work alone or together to solve the problems on each piece. Problems cover exponent rules - multiplying, dividing, and powers of powers. When they cut the pieces out and match them to the correct answer, it makes a pumpkin! Let students decorate their finished work to make it even b

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Bring back the childhood game of Go Fish! Practice or review simplifying exponents with your students in a way they will never forget. This activity works best in groups of 3-6 students. Included are directions and a printable deck of Exponent Rules Go Fish! cards. Students will be simplifying expre

This game is a classic!
This activity includes 36 question slips and suggestions for use. Time your class and challenge them to improve their time!
Students will use the following exponent rules:
- positive vs. negative bases
- multiplying powers
- dividing powers
- power of a power
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This lesson is meant to be used as guided notes for a whole class.
Students begin by learning what IS and IS NOT a monomial. They then multiply some monomials in order to discover the rule: We can add their exponents. After solving a few problems, they do the same thing with dividing monomials to

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Aligned to TEKS 8.2 as well as Common Core State Standards 8.EE. and A.SSE.3c.
Includes:
- Full Color pictures of Flippable and Exit Ticket in Use
- Flippable for Multiplying, Dividing and Zero Power Exponents (2 per page)
- Rules and Sample Problems to use inside Flippable (4 per page)
- Exponent

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Practice exponents with this sorting activity.
Students are given a chart of exponent rules and must choose the correct statements. They also choose a correct example to show each rule. Not all cards will be used. Some cards have common misconceptions about exponents.
This activity includes rul

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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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This Matho Activity covers multiplying and dividing monomials, the zero power rule, negative powers, and raising a monomial to a power. Matho is played like bingo, however students work out the math problems before marking them off their board. Student and Teacher Directions are provided.
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This is a great mini-bundle that includes:
*Exponent Rules PowerPoint Lesson
*Interactive Notes and Practice that can be used with the PowerPoint lesson or on its own.
*Exponent Rules Walk-About Activity
*Powers & Roots Task Cards
Keep your students engaged during the le

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Students can work alone or together to solve the problems on each piece. Problems cover exponent rules - multiplying, dividing, and powers of powers. When they cut the pieces out and match them to the correct answer, it makes an X on one page and an O on the other. The same problems are on each p

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This one page document goes over the rules of multiplying and dividing powers with the same base as well as power to a power and asks students to use the rules to simplify exponential expressions.
Answer key is included.
CCSS.Math.Content.8.EE.A.1
Know and apply the properties of integer exponents

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Students will love creating a paper chain to decorate your classroom while working together and practicing exponents at the same time! Simply print both pages (on color paper if possible) and have students solve each problem. There is plenty of room to show work in the shapes. They will then cut out

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These 90 task cards focus on using the five exponent rules below. Copy them onto cardstock and/or laminate them to create a long-lasting, reusable resource. Use a few at a time for focused practice or mix them together ... your choice! Both color and black & white cards are included for your co

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A fun and creative way to get your students up and moving around the classroom! A self-checking activity that will encourage students to figure out their own mistakes. Activity includes negative exponents, multiplying powers, dividing powers, and raising a power to a power.

Exponent Rules: My Favorite No! Expanded Edition
Promote class discussion and student's analytical thinking while practicing exponent rules! Exponent Rules: My Favorite No! Expanded Edition is a discussion activity that can be used as a warm-up, or as an exit ticket/closure activity.
Each student

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This is a fun self-checking activity in which students will simplify 8 exponential expressions using a mixture of exponent rules.
Exponent rules included: positive and negative bases with positive exponents, multiplying and dividing powers, power of a power, power of a fraction, and power of a prod

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This worksheet has 10 questions. Each shows an original monomial. The students have to circle the monomials equivalent to the original given 4 options. Students use basic exponent rules to simplify the monomials. This utilizes the "check all that are equivalent" type of questions seen on common

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There are 15 simplifying using exponent rules problems. Exponent rules included are: multiplying exponents with the same base, dividing exponents with the same base, power to a power, negative and zero exponents. The students simplify the expression and find the answer on the coloring sheet.
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This lesson is meant to be used as guided notes for a whole class.
Students begin by investigating what it means to raise a monomial to an exponent. From this, they discover a rule: We can multiply their exponents! After solving some problems, they explore what can go wrong when working with negati

Exponent laws are practiced with a partner in this one page document which reviews the rules of multiplying and dividing powers with the same base as well as power to a power. Students will be asked to simplify exponential expressions and answer word problems involving the laws of exponents. Studen

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Practice the Power of a Power Property with these fun, self-checking scavenger hunts. Students will simplify a variety of twelve exponential expressions. An increased understanding of multiplying exponents in order to find a power or a power will occur as they navigate through the problems.
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This test covers zero and negative exponents, multiplying monomials, raising monomials to a power and dividing monomials. It has 35 problems. It is a word document so you can modify for your classroom use!

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This is an awesome game that the WHOLE class will be able to get involved. Split your class into up to 5 groups. Each slide will display 5 problems labeled with the group number. Each group works a different problem(they can't over hear what the other groups are doing for an answer!)
This activi

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Spiral review packet of over 60 problems that I gave to my students over Thanksgiving break. The problems include the following categories:
Exponent Rules: Product, Quotient, Power, and Negative Exponents
Radicals: Simplifying, Add, Subtract, Multiply, and Divide (with the conjugate)
Polynomials:

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Students will practice with all exponent rules - multiplying, power to a power, dividing, and negative exponents. Product is editable.

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Do your middle schoolers love card battle games such as Magic and Yu-Gi-Oh? I know mine do. It got me thinking...why not make a battle card game with exponents? So I did!
Each player uses their 36 card deck to battle their opponent. The deck contains 12 adorable monsters, along with strength a

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Spiral review worksheet with over 40 problems on the following topics. Used this as a long homework assignment over Thanksgiving break. Great for a study guide before a unit test!
Exponent Rules
-Power
-Product
-Quotient
-Negative
-Rational/Radical
Complex Numbers
-Simplify Radicals
-Powers

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This packet covers multiplying monomials, dividing monomials, and raising a power to a power. It helps students discover the rules on their own. The teacher can then guided them through the problems using the rules they discovered. There is also an additional practice worksheet included covering all

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This is a foldable that I created for use in an Interactive Notebook. It includes the definition of an exponent and rules for exponents including the 0 exponent, multiplying exponents with the same base, dividing exponents with the same base, and raising a power to a power.

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This was a worksheet I gave for homework after going over the power to a power rule of exponents. I gave this to students and told them to write it in expanded form and then give me the answer (multiplying it out). From this, we extended it and found the 'short cut', or just multiplying the exponent

Fun puzzle to practice multiplying powers and products of powers or to review exponent rules. Students look for multiplication problems in the rows of numbers and list them at the bottom of the worksheet. I had my students use highlighters to find the problems and then list them afterwards. This i

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This is a PowerPoint lesson written for my Algebra 1 classes. It was created to correspond with Section 7.4 in the Prentice Hall California Algebra 1 textbook. The lesson explains the power property of exponents -- were raising a power to a power, multiply the exponents.
It addresses part of CA St

This smartboard lesson is meant to review the basic exponent rules (multiplying and dividing monomials, negative exponents, and powers to a power) The home screen has leaves the students can poke to go to a set of questions and that leaf can then be placed in the leaf pile to indicate that it is don

This activity leads students to the discovery of the rules for exponents that leads to an understanding of why the rules are possible. Included are multiplying, power to power, dividing, zero exponent and negative exponent.

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