Exponent Rule Puzzle GOOGLE SLIDES Activity

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Learning Made Radical
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8th - 9th, Homeschool
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Students worked in partners to complete this activity and I loved all the "math talk" happening around the room!
My students used this as review for their upcoming EOC and loved it. I loved not having to cut the pieces out by hand! So great!



Need practice sorting working with Exponent Rules? A fun and interactive activity for all students is here! These problems are a mix of the Power Rule, Product Rule, Quotient Rule, Negative Exponent Rule and Zero Exponent Rule. Have students move the movable pieces on Google Slides into the appropriate new spot on the 4x4 grid. This activity can be done individually or with partners! Best part of this activity, it is ready to go. When you download activity, link is there for you to share with your students.

This activity is identical to the hard copy Exponent Rule Puzzle Activity that is listed in my store. The Google Slides digital version is a great addition to your classroom toolbox. A wonderful opportunity to add technology into your classroom with a laptop, PC, tablet and/or phone! These slides can only be accessed when a teacher and the students have a FREE Google account - there is a link to direct you to sign up if you are not already in this document.


*Teacher Directions on how to access the Google Product (with pictures)

*16 Exponent Rule Problems (Power, Product, Quotient, Negative & Zero Exponent Rule)

*In Google Slide link, there is a page where students can print the activity and complete the product activity by cut and pasting the pieces instead of the digital version.

*Blank Answer Key

*Completed Answer Key - In teachers notes, not in Google Slide Version

*These are NOT Editable - 'Can View' ONLY.


Wanting to practice other exponent rules? Check out the others listed below!

Product Rule Task Cards

Power Rule Task Cards

Quotient Rule Task Cards

Negative Exponent Riddle Me Worksheet

Exponent Rule Notes - Power, Product, Quotient, Zero and Negative

Zero Exponent Rule Color By Number Activity

Exponent Rules Hole Punch Game (Power, Product, Quotient, Negative & Zero)


Newer Resources (Not included in bundle currently!)

Exponent Rule Bookmark Notes

Exponent Rule (ALL) Chain Reaction Activity

Exponent Power Rule Cut and Paste Activity

Exponent Product Rule Color By Number Activity

Exponent Rule (ALL) Color By Number Activity

Quotient Exponent Rule Maze Activity

Negative Exponent Rule Chain Reaction Activity

Zero Exponent Rule Riddle Activity


**Digital Exponent Rule Versions**

Exponent Rule - Quotient Rule Google Form Digital Version

Exponent Rule - Quotient Rule Google Slides Digital Version

Exponent Rule - Power Rule Google Slides Digital Version

Exponent Rule - Product Rule Google Slides Digital Version



Looking to purchase a bundle for ALL exponent rules?! Head on over to the below link! (Does NOT include the Google Activities!)

Exponent Rule Bundle


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Total Pages
5 pages
Answer Key
Teaching Duration
40 minutes
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to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
Know and apply the properties of integer exponents to generate equivalent numerical expressions. For example, 3² × (3⁻⁵) = (3⁻³) = 1/3³ = 1/27.


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