Students will be solving 16 problems by simplifying expressions using the laws of exponents.

Students will then color in their answer to reveal a mystery picture.

This is great practice for any class learning the laws of exponents because it also allows students to self assess themselves. If their answer is not in the mystery picture, then they know that they need to go back and check their answer. The 16 problems include variables.

You can purchase my Laws of Exponents Coloring Worksheet by CLICKING HERE.

And we can't forget my popular wheel foldable that I stated about earlier. This wheel foldable is amazing! Check out the pictures below!

Included is a wheel foldable on laws of exponents. This is a great foldable for students because it has all of the information in one location. Students will be going over the laws of exponents: power rule, quotient rule, product rule, negative exponent rule, zero rule, power of a product rule, and the power of a quotient rule. There are 2 layers: (1) goes over the rules, and (2) shows an example. You can print the foldable with the answers already printed or blank (students can fill out the blank template). Also, you can have students use the wheel foldable as a handheld study tool or have students glue it into their math interactive notebooks.

You can purchase my Laws of Exponents Wheel Foldable by CLICKING HERE.

## Comments

## Post a Comment