Operations with Scientific Notation | Gone Fishin' Game
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- Exponent Rules Activities Bundle This bundle contains the following ten activities to use throughout the exponent rules unit. Click the links to view each activity: • Exponent Rules Scavenger Hunt • Exponent Rules Koosh Ball Game • Exponent Rules Coloring Activity • Exponent Rules Task Cards • ExpPrice $30.00Original Price $38.00Save $8.00
Operations with Scientific Notation Gone Fishin' Game
This is a super fun PowerPoint game for students to practice operations with scientific notation. Students can either aim for the fish with a Koosh Ball (if playing with a Smart Board), or come up to the computer to select a fish. The fish really do swim around the screen, so it's a lot of fun and the kids love it. The types of problems are as follows:
Red Fish: Addition
Yellow Fish: Subtraction
Green Fish: Multiplication
Blue Fish: Division
There are 44 total problems, with 11 of each kind. Organizing by color really helps students see the method for each operation. Once a problem is selected, students write it down on their recording sheet. Once you click "Answer", they can check their answer.
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This resource is included in the following bundle(s):
Exponent Rules Activities Bundle
Algebra 1 Curriculum (with Activities)
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