In this PowerPoint, the negative sign from the negative exponent moves and turns into the fraction bar to write the expression with a positive exponent. The moving pieces and the color coded steps help to make the concept accessible to all learners. 5 practice problems follow the 5 step-by-step examples. Answers are displayed after students are directed to write the practice problem answers on their papers. This PowerPoint can be used with a whole group, small group, pairs, or independently. Teachers do not need to be present while students work through the PowerPoint. It is ideal for station work.