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Get your students motivated to practice simplifying radicals with this quick and easy BINGO game. Includes 40 different student game cards along with 24 calling cards.
After playing this game, your students will struggle less when required to give simplified radical answers, such as when solving q

Radical Operations BingoThis bingo game was created for students to review operations with radicals, including: adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing. Rationalizing the denominator is required for division. All answers are written in simplest radical form. This is a PowerPoint game that c

This game of MATHO (Math Bingo) provides students with 18 practice problems to review the following skills:
Simplifying Radicals
Adding & Subtracting Radicals
Multiplying Radicals
Dividing Radicals (includes rationalizing the denominator)
Solving Radical Equations (includes radicals on one side

Why get Mrs. Math’s BINGO game? Well, it was created using a hyper-linked Power Point which allows for you to play a different game every time. Plus a fill in yourself Bingo card slide in the presentation which you can print out for each student allowing you to have as many BINGO cards as you need

Simplifying Radicals - Bingo Game for Google Classroom/Distance LearningIt’s Bingo time! This classic game will get your kids fired up to play and learn at the same time. This interactive game designed for Google Classroom will be a student favorite for years to come. This activity may be used as

This activity allow students to have fun and be actively engaged while working with Radicals. There are 36 cards with 36 different problems assessing different concepts related to radicals. This is a list of number of cards assessing specific concepts in this activity:* 5 cards - Simplifying Radica

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9^{th} - 12^{th}, Higher Education, Adult Education

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Give you and your students a little mental break and have some fun! Print out one board per student. Put the Answer Bank up for the students to see and have them fill out their board with the words. You can also print the Answer Bank to the BACK of the Bingo Board so that the students can choose the

This activity allow students to have fun and be actively engaged while working with Radicals. There are 36 cards with 36 different problems assessing different concepts related to radicals. This is a list of number of cards assessing specific concepts in this activity:
* 5 cards - Simplifying Radi

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9^{th} - 12^{th}, Higher Education, Adult Education

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This learning activity is comprised of a Bingo game, complete with 25 printable Bingo cards and and an accompanying PowerPoint presentation to display the radical expressions used in the game. The cards can be laminated for multiple usage. It is suitable for any number of students and provides good

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9^{th} - 10^{th}

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This is an advanced look at radicals. It includes simplifying radicals with roots greater than 2. Multiplying and dividing radicals. Variables and numbers.
I usually let my students play in pairs or groups to review for a test. The students help each other work the problems. If one student in the gr

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10^{th} - 12^{th}

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This game of MATHO reviews the following skills:
Radicals (Simplifying, Multiplying, Dividing, Adding & Subtracting)
Pythagorean Theorem
Distance Formula
Midpoint Formula
Most of the questions focus on radicals.
I used this in my 8th grade algebra class to review before their quiz.
There are

This bingo game resource provides a fun and engaging way for students to review the skills for finding square roots, cube roots and the properties of integer exponents.Follow meInstagram Pinterest FacebookYou may also like8th Grade Math Bingo Complete Year BundleNumber System, Square & Cube Root

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Also included in: 8th Grade Math Bingo Complete Year Bundle

Algebra: Simplifying Radical Expressions Math Bingo includes all you need to run an exciting game of Bingo and review reducing Radicals at the same time. Students are asked to simplify Radical expressions with and without variables either individually or as radicals being multiplied and divided by e

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8^{th} - 11^{th}

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Also included in: Algebra 2: End of Year Review - Activities MEGA Bundle

How to use this: This worksheet contains a 30 different bingo cards. Each bingo card has 6 different “Simplifying radicals” questions, which the students must simplify. When all students have worked out the questions on their cards, the bingo game can begin. The game can be played multiple times wit

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10^{th} - 12^{th}

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This item is meant to be played as a review game at the end of a chapter on radicals in Algebra 2. There are 24 questions dealing with the following topics:
- simplifying radicals
- multiplying radicals
- adding & subtracting radicals
- exponential & radical notation
- complex numbers
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This algebra Bingo game reviews simplifying radicals. Students will receive a Bingo handout and will be presented with the answers. They will write the answers in the boxes of their choice. The teacher will present the question. Once a student gets a Bingo, they win a prize.
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This Bingo activity can be used in class. The blank bingo card has all solutions as the bottom, so that each student can create their own bingo card before the game starts. The Powerpoint lists all the radical problems that correspond to the answers.

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9^{th} - 12^{th}, Higher Education

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Enjoy this NO PREP Bingo activity!Students will love this game of MATHO to practice solving Radical Equations. Perfect for review or as a classroom activity.Includes 30 unique boards and presentation bingo file. The presentation file allows you to randomly select questions and once you select a ques

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7^{th} - 11^{th}

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Students will get to practice adding/subtracting/multiplying and dividing radicals in this pineapple themed bingo. 30 unique bingo boards are included.

Students can practice their understanding of simplifying radicals using this bingo game with basic problems. Great for beginners! Included: 30 questions & 25 pre-filled boards.Check out my other great Math Bingo games!

This bingo game was created for upper level math classes. The topic is simplifying radical expressions. The bingo game includes radical expressions including variables and irrational answers. The game also has addition and subtraction of radicals.
I created this game during St. Patrick's day, so the

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10^{th} - 12^{th}

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This Simplify Radicals BINGO asks your students to simplify radicals (by factoring by square numbers and using the product property). Bingos are a fun activity to check understanding. This bingo has a pdf call out with the multiple questions on and forty two bingo sheets for your students to use.Tea

Also included in: Radicals Activity Bundle

This bingo game resource provides a fun and engaging way for students to review the skills used in the 8th grade math unit on the number system. Could also be used to review before the AIR test or before a end of year final exam. Topics covered in this activity are vocabulary, square and cube root

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8^{th} - 9^{th}

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Also included in: 8th Grade Math Bingo Complete Year Bundle

Need to practice simplifying radicals with indices higher than 2? This resource includes 32 BINGO cards, with 24 accompanying simplifying radicals problems. There are 9 square roots and 15 higher index radicals to simplify.Check out my other Radicals resources:Transformations of Radical Functions Ji