Algebra, Exponents Review 40 Task Cards plus Graphic organizer
This fun activity for Algebra reinforces all the concepts taught in the unit on exponents and is a great way for students to practice simplifying expressions using the laws of exponents. Laws included are product rule, quotient rule, power rule, negative exponents rule, zero exponent rule. Please look at the preview to see the level of questions. There are eight cards to a page.
There are multiple ways to use these task cards in your classroom. Students can work alone, randomly pair up, or work in small groups. When students work in pairs or small groups, give as many task cards as there are students. This way they can help each other, work together, and each student has a task. After a few minutes, depending upon the difficulty level and your experience, each group passes their cards to the next group. Please see the resource included for more ideas.
Included in this resource:
* 40 Task Cards. I have grouped the task cards numerically by topic and level of difficulty, enabling you to easily differentiate within your class.
*Student response sheets (2, with one unnumbered for flexibility)
*Algebra by Color Graphic Organizer
*Teacher resource, “How to Use Task Cards”
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