Learning is fun when it's hands on and interactive! The Introduction to Exponents Interactive Math Unit is an awesome way to teach, practice, or review basic exponent information. The Interactive Unit includes information about defining, evaluating, comparing, and really thinking about exponents. Unit includes raising positive and negative integer bases to positive integer exponents.
Activities are perfect for interactive notebooks, lapbooks, folders...just about any strategy for maintaining, storing, referencing, and interacting with notes and materials.
Here's what's included in this 37-page, downloadable printable:
*a unit cover page for students to label their notebook/folder section (colorable!)
*a short lesson on exponents and how to evaluate them (7 pages)
*NINE activities focused on defining and practicing and exploring with exponents (activities are quick, focused, and easy to add to notebooks, folders, or binders)
*an awesome rummy-like game to practice all of that exponent knowledge
*a writing prompt to stretch those writing/math crossover skills
*3 practice sheets that are great for homework, bellringers, or group work
*a quick quiz to confirm understanding of concepts
*an answer key
Introduction to Exponents Interactive Math Unit is a downloadable printable. Components/pieces will need to be printed and prepared in advance of use.
Looking for more exponent fun? You can find the next unit, Negative Exponents, here: https://www.etsy.com/listing/269956852/negative-exponents-interactive-math-unit
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