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Simplifying Radicals Notes and Puzzle
The first two pages are Cornell Notes with practice problems on simplifying both perfect square root and non-perfect square root radicals. There is also space for students to summarize the lesson. An answer key to the notes is included.
Then, students are gi

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Simplifying Radical Expressions Color Worksheet. 25 well balanced problems that gradually increases in difficulty. The coloring portion makes a symmetric design that helps students self check their answers and makes it easy for teachers to grade. Perfect for classwork, additional practice, homework,

Simplifying Radicals (Includes Variables) Math Lib
In this activity, students will practice simplifying radicals (including those with variables) as they rotate through ten stations.
The answers they get will generate a funny story about their teacher. This is a much more fun approach to multiple

Simplifying Radicals Task Cards (Square Roots and Cube Roots)
Students will practice simplifying radicals (including square roots, cube roots, and monomial square roots) by working through these 30 task cards.
A recording worksheet is included for students to record their answers. I typically do t

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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

Nothing like a good criminal investigation to liven up math class!
Based off my popular CSI projects, I have created Whodunnits? The Whodunnits plan to focus on single content topics as opposed to units and will focus more on skill building than application. Every day can't be a project day, so Wh

Simplifying Radicals Mazes (Square and Cube Roots)
Students will practice simplifying radicals, including square and cube roots, with these four mazes. The simplified radicals will navigate students through the maze.
4 Versions Included:
Maze 1: Square Roots
Maze 2: Square Roots with Variables

This maze is designed to give students practice simplifying radical expressions without using a plain old worksheet. When I give my students activities like this, I usually ask that they turn in a sheet of paper that has all of their work on it so that I can see that they actually took the time to f

Do you need a fun way for students to practice simplifying square roots with minimal prep? The Simplifying Radicals Scavenger Hunt Game gets students up and moving around while practicing math. In this activity, students use the answer to one problem to find another problem hanging around t

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Simplifying Radicals. This coloring activity contains 18 simplifying radical expressions WITH VARIABLES problems. This resource works well as a review to simplifying single radical expressions or as an introduction to simplifying single radical expressions with variables

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 clear & concise introduction to simplifying radicals for middle school and Algebra students. Great review for geometry students who need a refresher. Students will use guided notes to learn how to give decimal approximations and how to simplify to exact answers with two methods. Inc

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**We are now starting to offer our puzzles in a computer format that runs in flash which takes out your prep work. It can be found here:COmputer Math Puzzles - Simplifying Radicals . Printab

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Students tuned out? Instead of doing another boring old worksheet; try this fun, self-checking scavenger hunt and get your students up and moving around while they practice simplifying radicals! This product consists of 12 problems in which must write a radical in its simplest form
There are probl

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Do you need a fun way for students to practice simplifying square roots with variables with minimal prep? The Simplifying Radicals with Variables Scavenger Hunt Game gets students up and moving around while practicing math. In this activity, students use the answer to one problem to find an

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With this activity, students will practice simplifying radical expressions (square roots only). After they identify what's left inside the radicand, they will color the mandala according to the color indicated to reveal a beautiful, colorful pattern! As an added bonus, the final product makes fabul

In this activity, students will simplify radical expressions (square roots only) to reveal the state to which the fun fact refers! This activity is a great way to get students to practice their algebra skills while reinforcing their United State geography and history knowledge! The activity comes

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Simplifying Radicals Maze
In this maze, students will practice writing radicals in simplest form.
An answer key is included.
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This is a maze composed of 23 square roots to be simplified. It is a self-checking worksheet that allows students to strengthen their skills at simplifying radicals.
All radicals in the maze are “basic” square roots to simplify. There are only numbers under the radical. There are no variables or

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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.
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Here are 24 problems for practice with simplifying radicals. This worksheet is great because the first 12 problems spell AMBLYGONITES and the next 12 problems spell AMYLOPECTINS when completed correctly. I have found this method of self checking worksheets is very convenient to use because it lets

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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 expre

Simplifying Radicals Mazes (Higher Indexes)
Students will practice simplifying radicals, including square, cube, and fourth roots with these two mazes. The simplified radicals will navigate students through the maze.
2 Versions Included:
Maze 1: Simplify Square, Cube, and Fourth Roots
Maze 2:

Do you need a fun way for students to practice simplifying radicals with imaginary numbers with minimal prep? The Simplifying Radicals with Imaginary Numbers Scavenger Hunt Game gets students up and moving around while practicing math. In this game, students use the answer to one problem to

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These task cards meet Common Core State Standard CCSS Math Content N-RN.2 Rewrite expressions involving radicals and rational exponents using the properties of exponents.
There are 36 total task cards (30 real and 6 bonus complex #'s). Each card has a radical expression that needs to be simplif

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These 18 task cards are a great way to challenge your Algebra students as a review of concepts covered in class including simplifying radicals, using the product rule to simplify radicals, and using the quotient rule to simply radicals. These task cards will test your students’ proficiency in simpli

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This activity gives a twist to just plain old worksheets by giving the students a mystery to solve along the way!
Students will simplify each radical to its simplest form. Then they will look at the word bank on the right of the page to find their answer. Students will write the word that is a

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I teach both low and honors level Algebra II courses and found that the students really hate the tediousness of simplifying radicals of various roots, but it is a concept used elsewhere and must be mastered through practice. To help make this practice more fun, I developed the Simplify Radicals Han

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This is a digital version of my Simplifying Radicals Cut and Paste Puzzle designed in Google Slides.
This puzzle was created to help students practice simplifying

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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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Give this hands-on activity a try for a fun way to practice simplifying radicals with variables. Students will need to "attend to precision" because several of the problems and answer choices are similar - forcing students to really focus on their exponents and see the difference between having x^3

Simplifying Radical Expressions - A set of 24 task cards to help students practice how to simplify radical expressions. This activity includes problems with different levels of difficulty which is perfect for differentiation and a great tool to challenge your Algebr

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Students often have difficulty understanding how to simplify answers when using the quadratic formula.
This product includes two worksheets of ten problems each. Students will practice writing answers in simplest radical form. Although students are using the quadratic formula as they simplify som

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It's a classic!
This activity includes 36 question slips and suggestions for use. Time your class and challenge them to improve their time!
Students will simplify radicals.
HSN-RN.A.2
Here is a great activity to pair with this one:

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Students will simplify radical expressions, using imaginary numbers when necessary. Their answers will be used to solve a fun riddle.

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In this worksheet, students simplify radicals and match their answers to the bank given in order to solve the riddle. These questions include numbers and variables.
Joke: What's a Shark's Favorite Game? Answer: Swallow the Leader
This activity requires NO PREP,

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I use this to review simplifying radicals with my Algebra 1 classes. It does not have any radical operations, it is simplifying only. To have a review that addresses radical operations, see the links below.
An answer sheet and instructions are included.
I use relays to review for lots of subjects

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This PowerPoint is 10 slides long. This lesson satisfies the some of the requirements for common core (HSN.RN.A.2). Slide #2 and 3 are the vocabulary slides, be sure to look at the PowerPoint notes because it contains the concepts that are to be stress with each slide. Slide #4 illustrates how to

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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

Students simplify radical expressions that include variables with exponents in this activity. Some expressions are fractions with and without perfect square radicands. Students will not need to rationalize the denominators to simplify (though there are 2 bonus pennants that do involve this step). On

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Students will reduce radicals into simplified radical form. Their answers will be used to color a fall-themed cartoon.

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This engaging themed Google Slides activity is designed for your Algebra students to practice simplifying radical expressions with variables. This resource includes 18 problems on 10 cubes. Students match radical expressions with their simplified versions forming a Q* Bert- like pyramid of cubes.

This is a lesson plan on simplifying radical expressions: simplifying radicals, multiplying radical terms and simplifying fractions with square roots.
This lesson plan includes an opening activity, minilesson with guided steps through the process, examples, class worksheet and a worksheet for home

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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 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:

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This packet/handout allows students plenty of room to take notes and contains a do-now, step-by-step instructions for simplifying radicals, class examples for guided practice, and a HW worksheet with answer key.

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

This simplifying radical expressions game is modeled after the traditional card game, "Old Maid." Students play "Old Math Guy" in groups of 4-5. Students will demonstrate their ability to simplify radical expressions. All radical expressions are numerical.
To play, first students deal out all of

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Algebra I - Simplify Radical Expressions
Common Core Aligned Lesson Plan with Homework
This lesson plan includes:
-2 Days of Lecture Notes (PDF, PowerPoint, and SMART Notebook)
-2 Days of Blank Lecture Notes (PDF and SMART Notebook)
-2 Days of Homework (PDF)
-Answe

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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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Students will practice simplifying problems involving radicals and get a chance to color in math class! Who doesn't love to color?
Simplifying radicals skills reviewed are:
•Simplifying square roots with a coefficient
•Simplifying square roots with a coefficient and variables inside the radical.
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This activity is made up of two sets of 12 cards or 1 set of 24 cards (printed on 8.5" x 11" paper). The cards will give students practice simplifying radicals expressions that involve multiplication, division, addition and subtraction.
There are a full set of directions and a recording sheet cont

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