Exponents Worksheets
Create an unlimited supply of worksheets for practicing exponents and powers. Students can solve simple expressions involving exponents, such as 3^{3}, (1/2)^{4}, (5)^{0}, or 8^{2}, or write multiplication expressions using an exponent. The worksheets can be made in html or PDF format (both are easy to print).
Options include negative and zero exponents, and using fractions, decimals, or negative numbers as bases. You can also make worksheets that have one other operation besides exponentiation (add/subtract/multiply/divide powers).
These worksheets are most useful in 6th, 7th, and 8th grade, when exponents are introduced and practiced. Note: variables with exponents are not included (such as practiced in an algebra course).
Below you will find some common worksheet types both in html and PDF format. They are randomly generated so unique each time. The answer key is automatically included on the second page. To get a different worksheet using the same options, press 'refresh' in the browser window (only when viewed in browser).
Scroll down the page to the generator if you want to customize the worksheets yourself.
Easy exponents worksheet for 6th grade View in browser Make PDF 
Write repeated multiplications using exponents View in browser Make PDF 
A bit larger numbers as bases View in browser Make PDF 
Both positive and negative integers as bases View in browser Make PDF 
Fractions and decimals as bases View in browser Make PDF 
Add/subtract/multiply/divide powers, bases are positive whole numbers View in browser 
Add/subtract/multiply/divide powers, bases are both positive and negative integers View in browser 
Add/subtract/multiply/divide powers, bases are integers, fractions, and decimals View in browser 
Exponents Worksheet Generator 
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