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25 well thought out problems that will strengthen and reinforce student learning. Each problem has a unique solution between that corresponds to a coloring pattern that will form a symmetrical image. Great for classwork, homework, or extra credit.
*I have included an updated version and kept the

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Sung to the tune of "If You're Happy and You Know It...", this song will reinforce the five "main" rules for simplifying with exponents. Teach one stanza at a time as you teach the rules and keep singing it when students ask for help. Before you know it, students will be singing the song back to t

This is a practice exercise that can be used for students to work on simplifying exponents. Students must be able to simplify expressions that result from multiplying and dividing expressions with exponents.
After students complete the 19 exercises in the activity, they can match their solutions t

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In this activity, students will cut out puzzle pieces and match the correct answers together. There are 9 matching "puzzle". An answer key is included.
This activity could be used as an alternative assessment, a partner activity, or as a review before a test. I copy the student's sheet on colored

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Worksheets plus a Fun Activity, all in one resource. What Algebra student doesn’t need more practice with exponents?
This unique, fun resource includes 15 problems on simplifying exponential expressions with variables and negative exponents. Please look at the problems in the preview to make sure

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This is a zip file that contains:
A single sided pdf worksheet with 12 problems
The same worksheet in MSWORD so you can edit it
A 12 slide (+title&ad) Powerpoint .pttx file with animated solutions
This is great for the group YOU are not working with during differentiation! Seeing color animate

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This document is a carousel activity. Upon purchasing you will have 14 problem pieces, a student recording sheet, and an answer key.
Each problem gives students an exponent expression and asks them to simplify it.
To use this activity:
Divide students up into groups of 2-3 students. Assign each

This is a fun game for students to play. There are 25 footballs on the main screen. Each football links to an expression students must simplify. Each problem has the question, as well as a point value cloud. When a user clicks on the point value cloud it will move over to reveal the answer to the pr

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This maze is part of : Maze - BUNDLE Properties of Exponents
This activity is a good review of understanding how to "Simplify Exponents" by applying the properties of exponents. The base is a algebraic expression. There are 15 inequalities provided. From start to end, the student will be able to

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Students practice simplifying exponents in this Valentine's Day coloring activity. 20 expressions to practice the product rule, power rule, quotient rule, and negative exponents. Students are engaged as they color a conversation heart worksheet. This is great to keep your students' attention. An

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Also included in: Holiday Math Activities Middle School Math Bundle

This maze is part of : Maze - BUNDLE Properties of Exponents
This activity is a good review of understanding how to "Simplify Exponents" by applying the properties of exponents. The base is a numerical expression. There are 15 inequalities provided. From start to end, the student will be able to

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A self-checking, self-paced practice activity for students.
Practicing properties of exponents, including:
Negative Exponents
Zero Exponents
Product Rule
Quotient Rule
Power of a Power
Quotient to a Power
Product to a Power
This document is EDITABLE!!
Directions: Simplify each expression comple

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Simplifying Exponential Expressions with Boom Cards ™
My students Love Task Cards and when I created BOOM Cards for them, it was magic. These Digital Self-Checking Boom Cards are great way for students to practice simplifying exponential expressions with variables. This activity reinforces the c

This is an around-the-room scavenger hunt covering simplifying exponents and radicals. Different from the typical scavenger hunt, each question is contained in a QR code. Students scan the code with a QR reader app on a smartphone or tablet, and get an image of the question. The questions are design

Do your students ever struggle with confusing the rules for simplifying exponents? This set of 15 Common Core aligned problems presents incorrect answers that follow common student misconceptions. Students are asked to explain what went wrong and provide the correct response to each question.

In this activity, students will practice simplifying expressions involving exponents.
There are 15 expressions that students must simplify. Students must be able to work with negative exponents, raising a power to a power, and adding exponents when multiplying. As they simplify each expression, t

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This is a fun PowerPoint game to play in class on simplifying exponent expressions. There are 16 leaves on the main screen. Each leaf links to a problem where students will simplify an exponent expression. Each problem slide has the expression that needs to be simplified, as well as an acorn that is

This is a fun, Christmas themed PowerPoint activity. Once purchased you will have a zipped file. Inside the zipped file are 3 items. 2 of the items are the actual game - it is available as a PowerPoint show using the newer versions of PowerPoint, or as a show using the 97-2003 version of PowerPoint.

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This is a review game I use with my 8th graders to review the exponent rules to simplify polynomials. It is similar to the original dot game. It covers:
-zero and negative exponents
-multiplication properties of exponents
-division properties of exponents
Here are the directions:
•Each player ta

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This activity incorporates both practice with Simplifying Exponents and Simplifying Radicals with 12 tasks cards that loop with answers so students can check themselves as they go. Great to use as Looping Cards for Math Centers or Stations, or can easily be set up as a Scavenger Hunt around the cla

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Handout explaining and practicing simplifying exponential expressions: multiplying, dividing, and power to a power.

Students work to simplify exponents while playing a fun Go Fish! game. Exponent properties include: - Product Rule: x^a*x^b = x^(a+b)- Power Rule: (x^a)^b = x^(a*b)- Quotient Rule: x^a/x^b = x^(a-b)- Zero Exponent Rule: x^0 = 1- Negative Exponent Rule: 1/x^-a = x^a and x^-a = 1/x^aStudents play in

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Students go through a scavenger hunt of using exponent rules to simplify. Students will use the power rule as well as other exponent rules. If students end up at the same station more than once, they should go back and check their work.

If you like this activity, please take the time to rate it and leave a comment. THANKS! This is an activity I call "teach and be taught". In the product I explain how to use this kind of a setup to have your students teach each other, instead of you going through question by question for the whole c

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