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This foldable includes four examples in which students will learn how to write a number in standard form from scientific notation, and vice versa, with both positive and negative exponents. It is a great way of organizing each of the types of problems that they may see! Inside the foldable, we wor

It includes 2 different foldable for operations with scientific notation. You can decide which foldable works better in your class, and include different examples or modify the steps.
Page 3 and 4 show the notes I use in my classroom (same notes can be written in the square foldable).
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This is a simple activity for the interactive notebook that will give your students a reference as they are practicing problems related to scientific notation with all four operations.
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Also included in: Operations with Scientific Notation Activity Bundle

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Use this foldable as part of an Interactive Student Notebook or as a way to review and study operations with numbers in Scientific Notation.

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This file is a foldable for converting from standard notation to scientific notation and from scientific notation to standard notation. This foldable can be used stand alone or in a notebook. Detailed instructions are included.
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Use this foldable to guide instruction as you teach them how to follow the rules for performing operations with numbers expressed in scientific notation. Print front and back and cut on the dotted lines. Answer key provided.
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This foldable provides students with 8 practice problems for adding, subtracting, multiplying, & dividing numbers written in scientific notation.
PERFECT for interactive math notebooks. Works great during whole group/ guided instruction, as a centers activity, class work assignment, or even a

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Scientific Notation Foldable
This is a great way to introduce scientific notation, or to use as a refresher. I have included going from scientific notation to standard form and vice versa, as well as both positive and negative exponents.
This foldable fits perfectly into an interactive notebook o

All the main points you need to teach kids how to covert numbers from scientific notation to standard notation and back again. This covers both positive and negative exponents. It is in the form of a foldable that can be put into a math or science interactive journal. It breaks down all parts of c

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This foldable has the 4 questions that guide students to convert from standard to scientific notation and vice versa. There are two examples to work through for each type of converting. This works great as a reference throughout your unit on scientific notation.
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Students love foldables for notes! This one covers an operations with scientific notation - adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing. These fit perfectly in a composition book for interactive notebooks or can be used on its own. Key included.
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Changing numbers from standard form to scientific notation and from scientific notation to standard form. The notes page includes the steps and examples to do together. It separates the process for large numbers vs. decimals. The practice page includes real world examples. It also provides a section

This foldable organizes adding and subtracting problems written in scientific notation with powers of 10 the same and different. An answer key and additional practice problem examples are provided.
This is a great study tool and is the perfect item to add to an interactive notebook!

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How to compare numbers written in scientific notation by looking first at the exponent and then at the decimal value. The notes includes two tables of values, some of which are written in standard form and some in scientific notation. The students complete the missing information and rank the number

This foldable outlines the basics of scientific notation by introducing students to the skill directly through word problems (Common Core fashion!) Students immediately understand real world applications. Fill in the blank notes let you get through the steps more quickly so you can focus more on t

I use this in my Physical Science class but it would be a fun game in any Science or Math Class from 7TH grade on. Convert numbers to and from Scientific Notation. I did not time this activity. The more advanced students completed all six sets in 35 minutes the students who struggle managed to get 2

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This four-door foldable is meant for students to learn to write both large and small numbers in scientific notation and how to translate numbers in scientific notation into standard form.
The foldable should be printed on two pages, glued on the center line, and then two slits cut on the blue dott

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How to multiply two numbers in scientific notation and adjust the answer if the decimal value is too large or too small. Instructions are provided in the guided notes along with two word problems. The practice page includes additional word problems.
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How to divide two numbers in scientific notation and adjust the answer if the decimal value is too large or too small. Instructions are provided in the guided notes along with two word problems. The practice page includes additional word problems.
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This foldable walks students through the process of finding how many times bigger one number is than another. It gives them some steps to follow.
There are two versions. One is blank and the other one is filled in. You can use the filled in one with students who need more scaffolding. They can

Students love foldables for notes! This one covers an introduction to scientific notation - when we use it, how to set it up, writing numbers in scientific notation and standard form. These fit perfectly in a composition book for interactive notebooks or can be used on its own. Key included.
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How to add and subtract two numbers in scientific notation and adjust the answer if the decimal value is too large or too small. Instructions are provided in the guided notes along with two word problems. The practice page includes additional word problems.
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This foldable is great for learning or reviewing Scientific
Notation. Not only do you get a great visual
learning tool, but you also get a great examples and a great
Guided practice to do with your students.
You can glue this great learning tool into your Math notebook,
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This is intended to be a teacher guided foldable. Students will learn how to convert between scientific and standard notation and vice versa.

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