A palindrome is a word that remains unchanged whether it is spelled forward or backward, such as "rotor." Numbers can also be palindromes. For example, the number 727 is a math palindrome.
This lesson plan contains an article on math palindromes and some activities that students will hopefully find fun. In the activities, students will be evaluating expressions with exponents, working with patterns, and learning a little about Pascal's Triangle. Answer keys included.
If you or your class find the activities too easy, too hard, too boring, or (hopefully) a lot of fun, please feel free to let me know in the feedback section.