5.NBT. A.2 NO PREP Math Game: Exponent War for 5th Grade

5.NBT. A.2 NO PREP Math Game: Exponent War for 5th Grade
5.NBT. A.2 NO PREP Math Game: Exponent War for 5th Grade
5.NBT. A.2 NO PREP Math Game: Exponent War for 5th Grade
5.NBT. A.2 NO PREP Math Game: Exponent War for 5th Grade
5.NBT. A.2 NO PREP Math Game: Exponent War for 5th Grade
5.NBT. A.2 NO PREP Math Game: Exponent War for 5th Grade
5.NBT. A.2 NO PREP Math Game: Exponent War for 5th Grade
5.NBT. A.2 NO PREP Math Game: Exponent War for 5th Grade
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  1. Are you looking for print and go math games that your students can play to practice their place value skills, instead of boring worksheets? I love to use math games with my students to force some interaction on them so they can learn how to work with others. These games are good to use all ye
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Are you looking for a fun way for your students to practice finding the value of exponents, instead of the usual worksheet or technology resource? If so, this classic 'war' game will suit your needs. There are 64 playing cards, and it is designed to be played with 2 players. It can be used with up to 4 players, but it will be a short game. I made this game for my math students to get some practice in evaluating exponents, while interacting with another student. I included an answer key for students to use to check their answers, so they can get immediate feedback on whether their calculations are accurate or not. I find the most common error students make is evaluating a problem like 2 to the fourth power as 8 (because they just multiply the base number and exponent) instead of realizing it is calculated as 2 x 2 x 2 x 2=16. I plan on continuing to use this math game in my math rotations throughout the year to keep the students fresh on the concept, which is an essential concept to know for solving algebraic expressions.

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Write and evaluate numerical expressions involving whole-number exponents.
Explain patterns in the number of zeros of the product when multiplying a number by powers of 10, and explain patterns in the placement of the decimal point when a decimal is multiplied or divided by a power of 10. Use whole-number exponents to denote powers of 10.
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