This activity is available as a free download. It includes an algebraic expressions worksheet where the students must solve problems that will help then work their way through a maze! Registering on the website also gives access to a ton of Algebra 2 activities. In this activity students are given 15 algebraic expressions that require simplifying exponents.
The simplified answers also appear on the activity sheet. Students match expressions and answers that form a maze. When solved correctly the students end up at the end of the maze. The activity can be used in so many ways: review, cooperative learning, homework, or as an activity at the beginning or end of class.
This activity is fully editable so you can change and replace the problems if you like. You can also change the pattern of the correct answers to the maze on both the algebraic expressions activity and the answer sheet.
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