# Powers of ten

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Multiply and Divide by Powers of Ten can be a challenging math concept for your students to grasp. Use these tips to instill and conceptual understanding.

Learn all about powers of 10 and how to identify the base number and the exponent, while mastering the meaning of "powers" in math.

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Help students understand what happens to numbers when we multiply and divide by powers of ten using this hands on math game. Students build numbers on their place value mat and then multiply and divide. They also practice seeing and using powers of ten written with exponents. Grab it free! Multiply & Divide by Powers of Ten Game: Includes Exponents

Make teaching multiplying whole numbers by 10, 100, 1000 and recognizing multiplication patterns with powers of ten with this engaging math game! This game includes 24 game cards that will have your students practicing multiplication of multiples of ten. The setup is quick and easy - plus the clear student directions make this game perfect for centers or substitute days, too!

This week we Powered Up by learning about the Powers of Tens. To start off the lesson, I asked the students to take out their calculators. (Boy were they excited about this). I then asked them to enter 10 x 10 = into their calculators. I asked what the product was. When they gave me the ... Read More about I’ve got the Power! The Power of Ten that is…

This week we're SUPER excited to learn about the SUPER Power of Ten! Using exponents is an efficient way to write numbers that have a f...

Each place value in a place value chart has a value that is 10 times bigger than the place on the right. Can use this for teaching power of 10, exponents and place value! Exponential and standard form included

I created a tool that the children can use to concretely see that when you multiply decimals by powers of ten that you are moving the digits to the left or right of the decimal. I have many inclusion and some non-inclusion students who needed a more hands-on approach. I have many different approaches to help them learn and understand this standard. I used a piece of oak tag and made slits to weave a sentence strip, cut in half horizontally. The kids move the digits right or left to see the…

Frames from the legendary and still relevant #Eames film POWERS OF TEN: learn more about it on our website