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Students will complete 12 Simplifying Radical Expression problems using VersaTiles. VersaTiles are a great way to differentiate instruction in the classroom. This could also be used as a card sort activity if you do not have VersaTiles.

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This breakout escape room is a fun way for students to test their skills with simplifying basic radical expressions with variables.
Contents:
♦ Teacher Instructions and FAQ
♦ 3 Levels to decode: Maze, Tarsia Puzzle, and a Message Decoder
♦ Student Recording Sh

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Print the sheets and put them up throughout the room. Make a copy of the student work chart. Students can start at any of the problems. Once they have their solution, they look around the room for their answer and proceed to do the problem on the next card. Students will end on the card they started

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Simplifying Radical Expressions:
Students are asked to simplifying 18 radical expressions, some containing variables and negative numbers (there are 3 imaginary numbers). They will use their answers to solve the joke/riddle. My students loved this activity as it's a fun twist on an important concep

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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.

Simplifying Radicals. This coloring activity contains 18 simplifying radical expressions WITHOUT VARIABLES problems. This resource works well as a review to basic simplifying radical expressions or as an introduction to simplifying radical expressions as these radical expressions do not have variab

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Also included in: Algebra 1 Coloring Activities MEGA Bundle

2 quizzes to assess students on simplifying square roots and cube roots. 1 quiz assessing simplifying with whole numbers. 1 quiz assessing simplifying with variable expressions.
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Have your students practice simplifying radical expressions with this fun, self-checking activity. Students answer each problem and then color the simplified radical that matches their solution. Students can self-correct their work when their answer doesn't match one of the choices. This worksheet i

In this activity, students will simplify radical expressions as they tap into their creative side! Students will simplify radical expressions (square and cube roots, numbers and variables) and then follow the directions for each exercise accordingly to fill the appropriate box with fun patterns, dr

Also included in: Algebra I Create and Color Bundle 1

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

Students simplify radical (square root) expressions to group cards and find three equivalent. Ten sets of beginning cards are included for students simplifying radicals for the first time, and ten sets of advanced cards with variables are for students with some experience. Students work in groups

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This set of 24 digital task cards is a great way to help your algebra students practice simplifying radicals expressions! Students are shown one question at a time and get instant feedback on each card. (What are Boom Cards?) Students are shown a radical expression (some have variables) and they mu

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Also included in: Radical Expressions Bundle

This zipped file contains a smart notebook file to teaching students how to simplify a radical by using prime factors.
A pdf file is also contained in the zipped folder that will explain how each page is used in the smart notebook lesson.
This is 1 of 9 Smartboard Files designed to deliver lesso

Also included in: A Bundled Set of Nine Lessons on Radicals

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:

These Differentiated Simplifying Radical Expression Task Cards Task Cards are designed for classroom use in pairs, small groups, or by individuals. There are 40 task cards included and the task cards have multiple difficulty levels. There is a set of perfect squares, non-perfect squares without var

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This breakout escape room is a fun way for students to test their skills with simplifying basic radical expressions without variables.
Contents:
♦ Teacher Instructions and FAQ
♦ 3 Levels to decode: Maze, Tarsia Puzzle, and a Message Decoder
♦ Student Recording

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This smartboard file can be the basis for a lesson on simplifying radical expressions that contain variables.
This is 1 of 9 Smartboard Files designed to deliver lessons on working with radical expressions. This is #5 of 9.
1. Visualize Radicals with the Geoboard
2. Simplifying Radical Expressio

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Also included in: A Bundled Set of Nine Lessons on Radicals

This smartboard file can be used as the basis for your lesson on teaching students to simplify radicals that contain fractions. This 8 page file contains examples and numerous examples for students to complete.There are several pages with magic tunnels, where students can pass a problem through a t

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Also included in: A Bundled Set of Nine Lessons on Radicals

This game has 24 review questions on simplifying radicals involving rational numbers such as square root of one-half. Smart suggests that a Koosh Ball can be used to select one of the circles (or you can tap on the board)..
This is 1 of 9 Smartboard Files designed to deliver lessons on working w

Also included in: A Bundled Set of Nine Lessons on Radicals

This smartboard file can be used in a lesson to help students work with expressions that involve radicals connected with addition and subtraction.This is 1 of 9 Smartboard Files designed to deliver lessons on working with radical expressions. This is #6 of 9.1. Visualize Radicals with the Geoboard2

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Also included in: A Bundled Set of Nine Lessons on Radicals

This set of 24 task cards provides students with practice simplifying radical expressions.
The following skills are included:
• Simplifying Radicals
• Adding & Subtracting Radicals
• Simplifying then Adding & Subtracting Radicals
• Multiplying Radicals
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• 24 Task Cards (4

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This product includes a 10-question self grading assignment with practice over simplifying numerical radical expressions, specifically square roots. None of the problems involve variables.This product includes:both directions and a link to access a copy of the google form/quiz. The google activity

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