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Practice order of operations with exponents with this cut & paste activity. I Have It is great for individual work, interactive notebooks, or math centers. Click here to check it out! FREE gr 4-7

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### Practice the Order of Operations With These Free Math Worksheets

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### Properties of Exponents with Matching (Concentration) Game

Teach and practice properties of exponents with this printable chart, worksheet, and set of two matching games.

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### Exponents Game

Exponents game; my 5th graders absolutely LOVED this! I structured it a bit more by creating a table for them to fill out to keep track of their scores, but more importantly to work on writing their numbers in exponential form, expanded form, and standard form.

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### Basic Exponent Rules - War Game (one variable)

This differentiated game helps your students practice Product Rule, Power Rule, and Quotient Rule with single-variable expressions. This format is great for getting your class really comfortable with the basic Laws of Exponents before introducing more difficult Exponent Rules.

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Book of Exponent Rules & Exponent card game (also used as matching activity)

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### Exponent Rules Hole Punch Game (Power, Product, Quotient, Negative & Zero)

Everyone loves to play a game, right? This is a perfect, easy set up game - all you need is a hole punch! All problems use 2 or more exponent rules, a great variety - and not too difficult! Great way to see where your students are after practicing the rules.

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