# Simplifying expressions with exponents

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This FREE set of printable Multi-Match game cards helps students simplify expressions with negative integer exponents. Just print on five sheets of paper and have students cut the cards. Choose from four fun, familiar games for 1-4 players. Also see the bundle of Grade 8 games. ~by Angie Seltzer

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printable factoring trinomials and exponents puzzles--tarsia

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Simplifying Expressions With Exponents and Negative Bases - What's the Diff?

Simplifying Algebraic Expressions Activity | Combining Like Terms This is an awesome kinesthetic activity with higher order thinking involved. Love it!

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Simplifying Expressions with Exponents: Practice and Review is a great way to practice, review and assess student understanding of simplifying expresssions with exponents(CCSS 8.EE.A.1). One set of cards has expressions problems. The other set of cards has solutions.

Simplifying Expressions With Exponents: Color By Number activity

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Simplifying Expressions With Exponents: Color By Number

Combining Like Terms Math LibMath lib activities are a class favorite! In this activity, students will practice simplifying expressions by combining like terms as they rotate through ten stations. This includes simple expressions along with more challenging expressions that have more than one variable and variables with exponents.The answers they get will generate a funny story about their teacher.

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Simplifying Expressions with Exponents - "Rolling Review"

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Students will simplify 15 expressions with exponents using simple exponent rules and the order of operations. They will focus on using both positive and negative bases correctly. CCSS 8.EE CCSS N-RN

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