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Exponents Color by Number Activity


Students solve 20 problems in each version of this exponents color by number. Both print and digital versions (Google Slides) are included.

In this activity, students solve the 20 exponent problems, find the solution number on the coloring page, and color it with the color indicated in the box for that problem.

The problems in this exponent activity  require students to:

  • Convert from expanded to exponential
  • Find the missing exponent
  • Find the value of exponential expressions
  • Find the missing base (for 2 questions on Version B)

This easy-prep exponents activity includes:

1) Two print versions, A and B.

  • Questions and colors are different in each version

2) Link to one digital version in Google Slides.

  • Same problems as print Version A, but totally different color pattern

3) One print coloring page with no numbers, for students to color their own way.

A coloring page with no numbers is included, for students to color their own way, for fun:-)

What teachers are saying about this resource:

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️”I loved using this as a review and early finisher activity for kids to practice exponents and multiplication. The coloring added an extra level of fun for the kids, and I like that there are two versions.” 

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ “This was challenging for my students, but they stuck with it! Easy for me to assign, and for students to use, they were engaged and enjoyed this activity. It was a great supplement to our curriculum.”

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️“I used this 6th grade activity in my 8th grade class to reintroduce exponents to students. My curriculum does not cover exponents in 7th grade, so we needed a refresher. Since it was for review purposes, I copied the coloring picture on the back and told students to only refer to it to check that their answer matched an answer on the color page. No coloring required. Many students colored it for the fun (which was fine) while others just used it to check their work. It was perfect for a quick reintroduction to exponents in 8th grade.”


Exponents Color by Number (cont’d)

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