I have been spending this Labor Day weekend updating my store and adding six new products. I created three exponent task cards set. I feel that by reviewing exponents using task cards, students can move at their own pace and I tend to scaffold my task cards with easy problems in the beginning and harder problems as they finish up. In addition, I started to look at new I Have, Who Has games that I can create for my classroom. Every Friday I try to have a math funday if my students had a great week. I load my math class with mazes, centers, and games. One of my student's favorite math games include the I Have, Who Has game. The love to be timed and see if they can improve their time each time they play. They see it as a competition, I see it as reviewing their math facts and mastering their skills. I created two games that has my students work on concepts that I cannot find many products on: radicals and scientific notation. Please make sure you check out these amazing products!