This workbook is meant to bring students from zero understanding to full understanding of each of the exponent and logarithm rules. The formatting of this was originally made for creating a flip-book, but I've decided that it has grown too large and needs to be it's own workbook. Included are problems that are very basic and concrete to get at the idea, and problems that are far more abstract and require the use of the rules and only the rules to solve. I like the format because it forces students to use the rules in multiple directions, moving fluidly between multiple representations.
*personal note: on page two I reference killing puppies, which is what happens every time a student distributes an exponent inaccurately. Google it if you're not sure what I mean: "dead puppy theorem." Students get a kick out of it, but feel free to change it if you feel its too morbid.