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As a lifelong SoCal resident and Dodgers fan, I could not resist doing a Dodgers puzzle. Students can work alone or in pairs to match equivalent numbers involving negative exponents. I used this the day after I introduced negative exponents for the first time. It's hard for the kids to wrap their heads around at first. This helps reinforce the topic and gets kids talking about it. The end result is the Los Angeles Dodgers logo! Have students glue them to a new piece of paper and use them to decorate your classroom.