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Guide students through the challenge of estimating a square root to the nearest tenth.
This product contains two interactive notes pages and a worksheet, helping students learn to approximate square roots to the nearest tenth.
Also included is a page of graphic organizers that students can use

This activity consists of 32 task cards with irrational numbers. Students move around, while practicing locating them on a number line.
The cards are available in color or black and white.
The number line recording sheet has boxes, where students write the irrational number in the correct approxi

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This is a one page single sided worksheet. The 2nd page is a scan of the answers.
There are 5 parts that lead a needy learner from a squaring refresher to estimating a square root to the nearest tenth.
I made this as a station for a HS remediation math class for 10th graders on pace to fail state

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Instead of doing another boring worksheet, try a scavenger hunt and get the kids out of their seats and moving around while they estimate square roots! This self-checking scavenger hunt contains eleven problems that require students to estimate a square root that is NOT A PERFECT SQUARE! They must

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This activity includes an interactive notes page, a scavenger hunt and a four-question exit slip. Students estimate the value of irrational expressions by determining the two consecutive whole numbers the square root is between.
There are 16 task cards, giving students plenty of practice! Studen

Including an Original Tangle (Doodle) Drawing that students color.
Students estimate square roots between 1 and 11 and then find their answer inside of the drawing. Next they color the enclosed area. Once students are finished solving the problems, they get to CONTINUE COLORING! the rest of the dra

These 3 worksheets are differentiated and cover Estimating Square Roots. Students estimate square roots by figuring out what 2 integers the square root is between. For example, the square root of 23 is between 4 and 5 – it is closer to 5. There is also a gray box on the top of each page that explai

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Also included in: Exponents and Square Roots Worksheet BUNDLE

Students practice estimating square roots that are NOT PERFECT SQUARES! My students are always more engaged when a worksheet doesn't look like a "boring old worksheet", so disguise it as a maze! Your students will enjoy finding the right path for the hungry elephant to follow to find his peanut lunc

This engaging, cooperative learning task card resource has students discussing and estimating square roots. Students will locate rational and irrational numbers on a number line; order and compare rational and irrational numbers; and understand the value of a square root can be approximated between

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In these estimating radicals activities, students will engage in Think-Pair-Share, individual, and whole group learning throughout the components of the lesson. Students will be able to estimate square roots to the nearest tenth and compare the sizes of rational and irrational numbers using a numbe

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This is an 8th Grade Common Core guided, color-coded notebook page for the Interactive Math Notebook on Estimating Non-perfect Square Roots without a calculator.
Included in the notes are guided practice examples of estimating non-perfect square roots using the number line and rounding to the neare

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Do you need a fun way for students to practice calculating perfect squares and estimating square roots with minimal prep? The Estimating Square Roots #1 Scavenger Hunt Game gets students up and moving around while practicing math. In this game, students use the answer to one problem to find another

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Updated! Includes non-perfect square roots between 1 and 15
This crossword puzzle provides one of the integer values that is either greater than or less than the non-perfect square root. The student will provide the other value. This is a pretty quick and fun way to help the students practice non-

Estimating Square Roots Maze – These two mazes are an easy to use (no prep!) way to challenge student’s ability to estimate square roots. Students will be given a plotted point on a number line and will then identify which irrational square root it represents. Choosing the correct answers will lead

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Also included in: Real Number System Activity Bundle

Included are 3 highly engaging cooperative learning activities designed to give students structure as they process through the common core standard 8.NS.A.2 with one another. These activities will keep class fast-paced and engaging for students and at the same time allow kids to move at their own p

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Included in this download:
1 - foldable for estimating square roots
1 - template for the first 20 perfect squares
1 - practice sheet
Pictures of my ISN that include answers to the practice and perfect square template, as well as notes for the inside of the foldable.
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This Estimating Square Roots number sorting game will help students master this tricky concept in a fun and engaging way!
This product includes all square roots that aren't perfect squares. Students use their knowledge of perfect squares, like 144 or 81 to approximate the value of other problems

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This 10-problem work sheet gives students practice with two methods of estimating square roots using number lines and tile-like practice. Solutions and instructional notes are included.

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Are your kids having trouble estimating square roots? Are they intimidated by the radical symbol? These notes are written in a simple colorful way that will hold your students' attention and show them how easy this process actually is. This is a topic covered on state tests.
I would suggest handi

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This 20- question Star- Shaped puzzle, provides students with practice estimating square roots. All answers are rounded to the nearest hundredth.
Includes the following:
•3 pages worth of puzzle pieces
• Student recording sheet
• Answer Key
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Print this two-side foldable, cut in half and fold to create a flip book for your students. Version with blanks and one with answers filled in is provided. 8.NS.2
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Also included in: 8th Grade Math Bundle

This worksheet provides students with a number line and directions for estimating the value of the square root of a number that is not a perfect square. It rely's on using the values of the perfect squares to assist with the estimation of the value of the non perfect square square root. This shoul

Do you need a fun way for students to practice calculating perfect squares and estimating square roots with minimal prep? The Estimating Square Roots #2 Scavenger Hunt Game gets students up and moving around while practicing math. In this game, students use the answer to one problem to find another

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Get students out of their seats and estimating square roots with this interactive Scavenger Hunt. Students will practice estimating radicals to the nearest tenth and comparing sizes of rational and irrational numbers. In order to complete this activity without a calculator, students should be fami

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