A bundle of three great exponent practice activities. Teaching tips and modifications included. Great for whole group, small group, and/or cooperative learning.
10 sets of exponent pages including exponent form, expanded form, and standard form as well as several cards with common misconceptions. Leave these misconception cards in or take these cards out for differentiation. Use this activity as stations, group work, or my personal favorite a race!
War game cards. White background so you can print on colored paper to make sets that can be easily sorted, or 8 different color backgrounds to print on white paper. Instruction page included so students can look at the directions at their desks while playing. Modification ideas included on Teacher Tip page, including easily sorting cards for struggling students and including referees.
Students start at top box and have to simplify exponent. The correct answer will take them to the next box and so on until they reach the finish. Easy grading for teacher, can just glance at it to see who is getting it. Students must also write the expanded form to get the practice. Great introductory activity and easy exit ticket that teacher can glance at on the way out the door.
I use all three in one day! Everybody starts with exponent maze. When students 'pass' the exponent maze they can play war with another kiddo who is done while I conduct the Exponent Match race with different teams in the back of the room. There are certain aspects in 6th grade math that I expect a 100% mastery level from all my students, and this is one of them! We practice it until we can't get it wrong. Entrance tickets, spiral reviews, exit tickets. Nobody is telling me five to the third power is 5 X 3! Happy teaching!