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Algebra Thanksgiving Radicals
This is a good puzzle to review simplifying radicals. It has a Thanksgiving theme.
I use this puzzle in my Geometry class to review simplifying radicals. Students must be able to simplify a radical, add radicals, subtract radicals, multiply radicals, and rationalize

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Also included in: Algebra Holiday Activity and Puzzle Bundle

Simplifying Radical Expressions (with higher indexes) Math Lib
In this activity, students will practice simplifying, adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing radical expressions with higher indexes as they rotate through 10 stations. This includes square roots, cube roots, and fourth roots.

This is a good puzzle to review simplifying radicals. It has a Spring theme.
This would be a great puzzle to use in Algebra One as review before a test.
I use this puzzle in my Geometry class to review simplifying radicals. Students must be able to simplify a radical, add radicals, subtract radica

Right Triangles - Square Roots and Simplifying Radicals
This is designed to be an all inclusive lesson. It includes:
***A section of notes that has terms to know, objectives, the product and quotient rules, step by step instructions for simplifying nonfractional square roots.
***The notes go on

This is a guided, color-coded notebook page for the interactive math notebook on simplifying radical expressions, the properties of radicals, and rationalizing the denominator.
Blackline master and color-coded answer key included.
** My Interactive Note Pages include all or some of the following:

Students will learn to simplify square roots involving multiplication and division of radicals as well as radicals with variables.
Start by reviewing the prerequisite skills (prime factorization, perfect squares, ordering square roots from least to greatest). Then go through the 4 types of examples

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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

This foldable fits perfectly into an interactive math journal. It provides step by step instructions on how to find a prime factorization, multiply radical expressions, divide rational expressions, and rationalize the denominator. The foldable also includes two examples for each category, one numeri

The Maze Game worksheet series is designed to provide practice with skills and concepts taught from early middle school through early high school courses. I believe that mastery of math skills and concepts requires both good teaching and lots of focused practice. The Maze Game Series of practice wor

Students love this activity! It's engaging, allows students to work at their own pace while self-differentiating, and gives the teacher an opportunity to formatively assess students. Cup of Knowledge can replace the average review game or review packet and gets your students up and moving.The goal o

Please enjoy this set of task cards about radical expressions! This set is for learners new to simplifying radical expressions. My current class of 5th graders is working with these, but this is a skill for middle grades and beyond! The set includes 32 task cards that practice the following skills:

Simplifying Radicals notes and practice(3 pages total: two pages of notes and one page of practice)On the 2 pages of notes students learn how to simplify radicals and rationalize the denominator. The notes contain 18 problems for the teacher to guide the students through. The practice page consists

This is 18 problems that deal with simplifying radicals at an Algebra 2 level. It only includes multiplying and dividing radicals, and a few require students to rationalize the denominator. All of the problems include variables in the simplifying.
I use this as a practice day for my students to hon

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Objective: This is an activity to help students understand simplifying radical expressions. Students should be able to simplify square roots, cube roots, and be able to rationalize the denominator when taking square roots of fractions. Students enjoy relaxing and coloring the picture after they have

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The following Power Point introduces students to a totally new concept allowing them to use their understanding of fractions and prime factors in a totally new way..
* Students learn to identify the parts of a Radical Expression; Radicand and Radical
* Students learn what is required for an expr

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I teach my students to simplify radicals prior to teaching them to solve quadratic equations. Since the STAR test does not allow them to use a calculator, I want them to be capable of simplifying radicals with all the methods used to solve quadratics. Therefore, I teach this lesson first, then hav

Test over simplifying radicals, rationalizing the denominator, multiplying radicals, simplifying radicals including variables, and multiplying radicals including variables.

This is a 12 question scavenger hunt activity on simplifying radicals including square roots and cube roots. Problems include simplifying radical expressions, multiplying radical expressions, and dividing radical expressions (including problems that require rationalizing the denominator) with and w

In this matching square puzzle, students will be practicing simplifying radical expressions. Magic square, 9 square puzzle, square puzzle, cut up whatever you call it these are a lot of fun for students. The students solve each problem and match them to their corresponding answer to put the cut up

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Also included in: Fun Square Puzzle Radical Bundle

Students can work independently or with a partner to put together this Tarsia puzzle. The best part about this activity is there is no prep for you as a teacher! The printable version is not the solution, so the students can cut the pieces out themselves and put it together.
I usually print on c

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This maze activity is a great way for your students to practice simplifying radical expressions. It includes multiplying radical expressions, dividing rational expressions, rationalizing the denominator, and finding the prime factorization of numbers. There is a wide variety of difficulty levels inc

This activity covers simplifying radical expressions with and without variables, adding and subtracting radical expressions, and rationalizing a denominator.
Directions:
Copy each sheet on a separate color.
Separate students into groups.
Groups get one copy of each page.
Group members may help each

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