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Here's a page where students read interesting facts accompanied by numbers in standard form and then must convert the numbers into scientific notation.

Here's a "Connect Four" type game where students practice converting and comparing numbers expressed in scientific notation to capture spaces on the board.

Here's a visual guide to help students understand how to convert standard numbers to scientific notation form and scientific notation numbers to standard form. Includes a clear explanation of when to use negative or positive exponents.

There are 20 different research topic tasks included for students to find information in standard form and then write the numbers in scientific notation. Topics include planets, countries, continents, and bodies of water.

Standard Form (Scientific Notation) Sorting Cards - shows a conversion between a very big (or very small) number and its equivalent in standard form. However, quite a few of the conversions are incorrect. The students need to sort the cards into which are correct and incorrect. Then they need to correct the standard form conversions.

Here's an activity where students compare numbers in scientific notation and order them.

This is 7 pages of Scientific Notation notes and practice. 2 pages of references and notes with practice problems, 2 pages of student guided notes, a full worksheet with practice problems and answer keys! This is a good reference that students can use as a homework helper, but it is also good for teachers to use as a lesson. ANSWER KEYS INCLUDED!

The Teacher Who Hated Math: Powers and Exponents

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