Are you looking for some additional practice for your students with the rules for exponents. Try this 16 square match the square puzzle.
There are two interchangeable puzzles (one with blank borders and one with unusable expressions on the edges). You can switch the four corners pieces from one puzzle with the four corners from the other puzzle.
1. One puzzle would have answers on every edge of every piece.
2. One puzzle would have not answers or questions along the outside edges of the puzzle.
3. Replace the four corners only of the puzzle 1 and leave all the other pieces in place. This will make it easier for students to locate the four corners.
4. Replace the 8 outside middle pieces from puzzle 1 with the 8 outside middle pieces of puzzle 2. This will make it easier than puzzle 1.
Since the two 16 piece puzzles have the same questions you can make these switches between the two puzzles to differentiate the lesson. her puzzle to make a puzzle easier or harder.
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