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This is a review game to practice simplifying problems with exponents. It correlates to Prentice Hall Algebra I textbook (2011), Chapter 7, sections 1, 3, 4, and 5. I developed this game for an Honors Algebra I class, but this can be used in a traditional class also. It could also be used in an Algebra II class also. Game can be completed in one 45 minute class period, but can be extended to 1.5 class period. (The students beg me to play when we have free time)!
• To raise a power to a power.
• To raise a product to a power.
• To multiply powers with the same base.
• To divide powers with the same base.
• The raise a quotient to a power.
• To simplify expressions involving zero and negative exponents.
The game is played just like BINGO. Label 5 columns on your white board or SMART Board M, A, T, H, and O. Give each student one MATHO card. Draw a letter/number, like M10. Write that problem on the board in column of the correct letter. Students work the problem out on a sheet of paper and if their card has that answer they can mark it. To get a MATHO they must have a vertical or horizontal line marked or diagonal. I collect their papers at the end of the period and give them a classwork grade for participating.