Powers of Ten and Scientific Notation
Aligned To Common Core Standard:Grade 8 Number System- 8.EE.A.3 |
Printable Worksheets And Lessons
- Scientific Notation
Step-by-Step Lesson- Sorry that I didn't add the commas to the
zeroes in the number that is presented. Some people complain about
that, but the testing often has no commas.
- Guided Lesson
- Jump between standard form, scientific notation, and comparing
powers of ten.
- Guided Lesson Explanation
- With any math problem, I always recommend getting the integers
to be treated the same. I'm a big advocate for "Integer Rights".
- Independent Practice
- The nuclear symbol throws off some people. But scientific notation
is most commonly known as the language of nuclear chemistry and
physics.
- Matching Worksheet
-I like this one because you can get kids in the habit of focusing
on the front part of notation easily with this.
- Scientific Notation
Five Pack - Make it a decimal.
- Converting Between Standard
Form and Scientific Notation Five Pack -Write it in scientific
form then change it back again.
- Write in Scientific Notation
Five Pack - I go heavy on the zeroes here. Too much?
Answer Keys
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Homework Sheets
Decimals to scientific form for the first two homework sheets. The last sheet does the opposite.
Practice Worksheets
In addition to what students saw on the homework, we add the comparison of values.
Math Skill Quizzes
Remember to get students in the habit of adding commas to any numbers over 999. It helps a lot.