Based on those matching sides squares, this is a fun activity to have students practice their knowledge of converting numbers from scientific notation form to standard form (and vice-versa). This skill is essential in the task of ordering and comparing rational and irrational numbers.
Perfect for fall especially around Halloween-time. Students will cut out their own puzzle pieces and assemble them into the shape of a bat. When completed students can color and glue onto colored paper for beautiful classroom displays.
Download contains: 1 instruction sheet (as seen in preview file) 1 answer key and 1 student sheet (puzzle pieces in scrambled form, uncolored and full-sized, ready to cut and assemble) - Erin Clark