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Dividing Exponents. Students create 3 columns on their paper. One for the problems, one for the work, and one for the answers. They cut out the problems, show the work, and then cut out the answer. Great way to have students actively engaged and entertained.

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This message decoder is a great way for students to practice their skills with negative exponents. The solution to the puzzle is included.

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Also included in: Middle School: 6th to 8th Grade Math Message Decoder Bundle

Rational & Negative Exponents
A FREE bingo game on finding the value of rational (fractional) and negative exponents.
For this activity, questions are projected on the board. You can change the order of these if you want.
Comes complete with printable unique bingo cards for up to 36 students.

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Students love getting practice with the properties of exponents with this variety of games and activities. These 7 resources include a presentation, notes, foldable, mazes, tic tac toe game, a whole class review game, puzzles, and more!
Supports CCSS 8.EE.A.1
The following resources are included

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Looking for a fun way to engage students in practicing or reviewing Negative Exponents skills? Using a game like Go Fish Negative Exponents allows students to identify the different ways that exponents can be viewed and solved. This activity actively engages students to be accountable for their own

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Also included in: Seventh Grade Math Task Card Bundle

Have you been searching for one area of the exponent rules to work with your students? This is the worksheet activity for you! Breaking down the exponent rules one rule at a time can help students grasp each rule better before moving on to combined exponent rules.
**These problems are 25 negative

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Also included in: Exponent Rule Bundle - Power, Product, Quotient, Negative & Zero Exponent Rules

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*Negative Exponents Match Three! (Version 1)*
Match the cards into groups of three that are equivalent.
This first version only includes integer exponents;
*Negative Exponents Match Three! (Version 2)*
Harder—Match the cards into groups of three that are equivalent. This is a

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Your students will love practicing the Laws of Exponents with this hands-on activity. This hands-on puzzle features 21 practice problems for Product Rule, Quotient Rule, Power of Products Rule, and Negative Exponents. This activity promotes active engagement and mathematical discussions as students

Bring to life the traditional practice class or homework assignment with some global competency and diversity! While your students practice dividing monomials and negative exponents, they can learn about the first female African Nobel Peace Prize Winner -- Wangari Maathai!
Person Puzzles are design

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Also included in: Monomials & Polynomials -- Algebra 1 Curriculum Unit Bundle -- All You Need

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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.1
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Properties of Exponents Maze
-Reviews properties of exponents includin

Your students are going to love simplifying and evaluating these exponential expressions. The puzzle pieces make it both fun and challenging. Please download the preview which includes the full activity and directions on how to complete it. Trust me, this will keep your kids focused and they will

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Students will use the laws of exponents to simplify expressions including negative exponents. Answers will be used to decode a fun riddle.

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Nothing like a good criminal investigation to liven up math class! Based off my popular CSI projects, I have created Whodunnits? The Whodunnits plan to focus on single content topics as opposed to units and will focus more on skill building than application. Every day can't be a project day, so Whod

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Also included in: Monomials & Polynomials -- Algebra 1 Curriculum Unit Bundle -- All You Need

This maze is part of : Maze - BUNDLE Properties of Exponents
This activity is a good review of understanding how to "Simplify Exponents" using the "Negative Exponent Property". The base is an algebraic expression. There are 15 questions provided. From start to end, the student will be able to an

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This scavenger hunt includes 16 problems with similar answers. Teacher posts each "card" around the room. Students start at any card and complete the problem in the box. Once students have the answer, they roam the room looking for the answer they found. Once found, students do the problem in th

Exponents: Making Negative Exponents Positive--this zip file includes both a Smart Notebook file and a pdf version that clearly illustrates how negative exponents occur and how they can be moved to make them positive. This is followed by 9 guided practice problems with answers, as well as a handout

Students will gain practice with laws of exponents with this cut and paste activity. A fun alternative to the boring, old worksheet! I had students work in pairs and it worked really well in my classroom! This also serves as a great self check as students match up the problems with the answers!
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Great for stations, partners or small groups, this puzzle activity is an engaging way for students to practice positive and negative exponents Puzzle Practice Activity . Students find the matching value for an exponential expression to build a puzzle. Positive and Negative Exponents is part of com

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Get your students up and hopping from station to station in this high-interest activity where students figure out what goes in the box to make the exponential expressions equal. Students can work in partners, small groups, or independently as they complete this activity. You could also use them for

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This set of 30 task cards focuses on the skill of both positive and negative exponents for powers of 10. Students are prompted to answer in different forms including:
Write in Standard Form.
Write in Decimal Form.
Write as a Positive Exponent.
Write as a Product of Factors.
Write as a Fraction.
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This maze consists of 11 numbers that students must convert from standard notation to scientific notation. This maze consists of only “small” numbers that require a negative exponent. Not all boxes are used in the maze to prevent students from just figuring out the route. To successfully complete

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Students discover the rules of 0, 1, and negative exponents by looking at patterns of positive exponents with a base of 2. They fill in tables of numbers, look for patterns, write a rule, and then test it on a base number of their choice.
An answer key is included.
I have used this project with 8t

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Rather than giving your students a boring old worksheet to practice their rule for negative exponents, give them this fun maze!
If you like this activity check out my other mazes as well!
Laws of Exponents Maze
Simplifying Radicals Maze
Transformation Rules on a Coordinate Plane Maze
Is It a Functi

This coloring activity includes 30 problems dealing with negative numbers and exponents. The focus of this activity is to reinforce the rules of cubing and squaring negative numbers. After the students solve the 30 problems, they find and color the answers in a grid to create a dolphin.
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