## Exponent Block and Factor Pair Block

A few weeks ago I built two new games for algebra in one week. These games just use the game mechanic from “Antiderivative Block” (a Calculus game), but with algebra-oriented game cards. The game mechanic is a classic “get 4-in-a-row” so it’s pretty easy to learn. Exponent Block (plus Gameboard) will help students contrast slightly different expressions involving exponent rules, especially negative and zero exponents. Factor Pair Block (plus Gameboard) will help prepare students for a unit on factoring. There are two sets of playing cards (print each set on a different color of paper if you want to...

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