Exponent Rules Stations Activity - Properties of Exponents Stations
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These exponent rules math stations are perfect to engage students in discovering the properties of exponents. Students will develop a deep understanding of exponent properties after completing these math stations. There are four math stations. Three stations are created with the intent that students will discover the “rules” for exponent properties through expanding expressions.
Includes the Following Stations:
- : Students analyze models of multiplying powers. The models expand the powers then cancel and combine. Students discover the exponent rule of multiplying powers.
- : Students analyze models of dividing powers. The models expand the powers then cancel and combine. Students discover the exponent power of dividing powers.
- : Students analyze models of powers to a power. The models expand the power, then cancels and combines. Students discover the exponent rule of power to a power.
- : Students analyze tables of exponents patterns. Students make sense of the patterns and discover what a number raised to zero equals and a number raised to a negative number represents.
- Focuses on Discovery
- Recording Sheet Included
- Answer Sheet Included
Uses in your Classroom
- Group Work
I loved this station activity. My students were so engaged during the activity. They were all able to learn the exponent properties and review the parts they didn't remember. I really liked how the examples showed them to expand and either regroup or simplify the fractions rather than just teaching the shortcut rules.
Easy to use in multiple ways! Love that kids are learning from patterns and examples.
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