How using 4 questions will help students really *get* converting from standard notation to scientific notation and back again.

Are you looking for ways to practice operations with scientific notation? If you are looking for how to teach operations with a scientific notation read this post.

These task cards offer a great way to practice converting from scientific notation to standard notation and back. Use instead of worksheets to give students all the practice they need working with scientific notation. Perfect for math centers and stations, partner work, whole class review, and more.

How using 4 questions will help students really *get* converting from standard notation to scientific notation and back again.

The Operations with Scientific Notations Task Cards are a great activity for students to use in a variety of ways (independent practice, centers, stations, collaborative work, fast finishers, game, etc.). They'll get rich practice with multiplying, dividing, adding, and subtracting in scientific notation. Great alternative to worksheets! Supports CCSS 8.EE.A.4

Beginning the operations with scientific notation with a discovery lab. Inquiry activities get students curious and more invested in understanding this new concept.

Have your students apply their understanding of SCIENTIFIC NOTATION with these fun activities including a maze, riddle and coloring activity. Topics included: ✔ Writing Numbers in Scientific Notation ✔ Multiplication & Division with Scientific Notation ✔ Addition & Subtractions with Scientific Notation Common Core 8EE3, 8EE4

Scientific Notation is one of those things I don't at all remember learning. I mean, it must have happened somewhere along the line, but where that was is a complete mystery. Maybe it was during those foggy junior high years when I was much more concerned

Multiplying Radical Expressions: 30 Task Cards to help students practice this skill!

Set of 48 task cards that cover writing numbers in scientific notation, writing numbers in standard notation from scientific notation, multiplying, dividing, and raising to a power. Each set contains: Cards 1 - 10 writing numbers in scientific notation, includes some numbers that are almost in the correct form. Cards 11 - 20 writing numbers in standard notation from scientific notation. Cards 21 - 30 division Cards 31 - 40 multiplication Cards 41 - 48 raising to a power