This product includes two sets of 4 problems each, to be printed on full-size pages. Students should be divided into groups of 4, and each group should receive one set of problems. [This could also be modified to work for pairs or groups of other sizes.] Each student should begin with one page (one problem).
Students will be tasked with either condensing or expanding the logarithmic expression in front of them; each student will alternate between the two skills.The last group member to receive each problem should end up providing an answer that matches the original expression on the sheet, if all of the members of the group expanded and condensed correctly.
You may also be interested in my Logarithms: Change of Base and Intercepts
task cards! They are great as a station for a unit review, or as a follow-up to video notes in a flipped classroom setting.
I also have a free Solving Logarithmic and Exponential Equations Foldable
that you might find helpful during your unit.