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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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"Swing your card, round and round..." :)
This fun and challenging expression edge-matching game is a great activity for:
•extension/enrichment activity
•assessment
•easy sub-day plans
•short class period
•reward/fun day
•partner/small group work
•competition challenge.
Just copy a sheet for each i

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INSTRUCTIONS
Give each student the student handout page.
Pieces are mixed up so students can cut the pieces then glue in their interactive notebooks or use the answer sheet to glue their pieces in order.
The variable used is always ‘x’ so that students have to simplify each correctly, not jus

Interactive Notebook Foldable
Simplifying Radicals
Performing Operations with Radicals
Full Key
Print in Landscape
Fold in half
8.NS.3
BUNDLE: 5.2 Simplifying Radicals and Radical Operations
Bell to Bell Lesson PowerPoint: Simplifying Radicals and Performing Radical Operations
Quiz (3 versions and

Students practice simplifying radicals with non perfect squares in this matching card activity. One half of the 20 pairs of matching cards has a radical expression and the other has a simplified expression. Students work individually, in pairs or small groups to match the cards.
And with this set

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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 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 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

Bell to Bell Lesson Plan
***Dynamic animation throughout (Choose-Slideshow-From Beginning then click
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"Do Now" and "I Can" Statement
Review of Previous Day's Concepts
Quiz Challenge Question
Simplifying Radicals
Performing Operations on Radicals
8th Grade Math
8.NS.3
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Boom Cards™ are a great way for students to practice simplifying radicals.This set includes 40 cards: no perfect squares, all problems can be simplified as a simplified radical answer. No coefficients to the problems either.
My students love Boom Cards so much they play at home. Once assigned t

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This Algebra interactive notebook is for Unit 10: Defining and Simplifying Radicals
-- Unit 10: Defining and Simplifying Radicals
• What is a radical?
• Basic Properties of Simplifying Radicals
There are two pages for each concept. The first page is used for direct instruction (notes) and the sec

Looking for an engaging way to practice simplifying radicals? Students will love this mystery puzzle as they simplify square roots. Students will color a grid according to their answer and reveal a mystery pictureIncluded in this Activity20 radicals to simplify1 coloring gridAnswer keyHighlightsNo

In this activity, students will work through 16 cards. They will pick a card to start with, simplify the radical expression, then find the card with their answer and continue until they have finished all 16 cards. This activity includes these type of basic simplifying problems:
- All problems only

This Bundle provides a comprehensive Lesson/INB/Assessment on Simplifying Radicals and Performing Radical Operations.
Bell to Bell PowerPoint Lesson
***Dynamic animation throughout (Choose-Slideshow-From Beginning then click
through)
Interactive Notebook Foldable
Quiz (3 versions with

This activity provides scaffold notes and student activity for simplifying radicals. Students find the prime factor of the radicand and uses the index to complete the simplification process. Additional notes are given for converting between radical and exponent forms.

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This activity can be used in different ways. One way is at lower grades by using the second and third columns only in order to practice prime factorization. The other way is to use the first, third, and fourth columns to practice simplifying radicals by using prime factorization and factor pai

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This foldable teaches the basics of simplifying radicals using the product property of square roots and the quotient property of square roots.

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Editable Word Document
Contains 16 problems
Students must Simplify Radicals
Great for homework/Review/Assessment

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Radical Practice Worksheet including:
-Square roots
-Cube roots
-Adding/subtracting with radicals
-Using the distributive property
-Fractions under the radicals
-Numbers and variables
-Solving equations with radicals

Students practice simplifying radicals using cards to randomly pick the numbers to simplify

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Simplify square roots with integer radicands
Multiply and simplify square roots
Simplify square roots with variable radicands
After introducing simplifying radicals, pair students and assess their understanding by having them complete the activity. Students will each solve a differen

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Students will:
Simplify square roots with integer radicands
Multiply and simplify square roots
Simplify square roots with variable radicands
Rationalize the denominator (without conjugates)
Students will arrange the cards face down on the table and take turns flipping over two cards. If the origina

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This anchor chart is a quick divisibility rules reference for 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, 9 and 10. It can either be slipped into a notebook or binder or enlarged for a math word wall. Students who struggle with multiplication and division will benefit from this reference because of the simplicity and concret

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This BIG HUGE PUZZLE measures 14 inches by 14 inches when complete! Students match up simple square roots to demonstrate understanding of simplifying radicals. Works great as a pairs activity, an anchoring activity, or even, at this size, as an interactive bulletin board to display in the classroo

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