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This Simplifying Square Root Puzzle was created by Pupsaroni Puzzles for an Algebra 1 or Geometry classroom studying simplifying radicals. This puzzle focuses only on simplifying square roots, not cube roots, etc.
Cut out cards on pages 2-6. Page 7 shows what the final product should look like. C

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Simplest Radical Form is a concept that requires practice and multiple experiences for students. This bundle is designed to give students varying opportunities to interact with the math content and each other!
1) Start with the Foldable Note-Taking Guide and lots of examples.
2) Encourage communi

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This zipped file has a Powerpoint with 8 content slides - 6 solved examples and a set of 8 independent practice with answers. It also includes a one sided student sheet (in WORD & pdf) for students to work along as they view the presentation. This is an introduction to simplifying radicals by

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This is a guided, color-coded notebook page for the interactive math notebook on simplifying square roots.
Blackline master and color-coded answer key included.
** My Interactive Note Pages include all or some of the following: step by step color-coded notes, diagrams, graphic organizers and exa

Right Triangles - Simplifying Square Roots (Radicals) Color-By-Number Worksheet
This color-by-number worksheet covers the concept of Simplifying Square Roots (Radicals) in three different versions
Worksheet one: 12 problems that cover just the product rule in different ways - NO FRACTIONS
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Right Triangles - Geometry Simplifying Square Roots Riddle Worksheet
This is an 15 question practice worksheet that centers around the concept of simplifying square roots. It requires students to break down square roots using perfect square factors, multiply square roots and rationalize the denomin

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Simplifying Square Roots – A Number Line Activity
This is a “no” calculator activity. Students place the given square root expressions on a number line.
This activity works as a practice assignment in Grade 8 for CCSS Standard NSA.2: Use rational approximations of irrational numbers to compare th

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This maze is part of : Maze - MEGA BUNDLE Radicals (50%OFF) - 26 MAZES
This maze is part of : Maze - BUNDLE Radicals - Simplifying, Adding, & Subtracting Radicals
This activity is a good review of understanding how to "Simplify square roots (No variables)" .
Ther

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Geometry Simplifying Square Roots Halloween Riddle Worksheet
This is an 15 question practice worksheet that centers around the concept of simplifying square roots. It requires students to break down square roots using perfect square factors, multiply square roots and rationalize the denominator.

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

This is a wraparound activity, so students can start with any card. The student picks a card and simplifies the square root on the right hand side. This item has 3 versions, great for differentiation.
Possible Uses
• Review station for test
• Math Station for student that have completed thei

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Your students will learn three methods for simplifying square roots – the cake method, factor trees, and simply looking for perfect squares.
Doodle notes are a great way to activate the creative side of the brain while learning material that often just uses the logical side. Hand students a copy of

This maze is part of : Maze - MEGA BUNDLE Radicals (50%OFF) - 30 MAZES
This maze is part of : Maze - BUNDLE Radicals - Simplifying, Adding, & Subtracting Radicals
This activity is a good review of understanding how to "Add and Subtract Radicals (already simplified square roots only)" . Usi

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Simplifying Square Roots
This contains a practice page for students to simplify 16 square root problems and show their work.
There also is an interactive page with a puzzle for students to self-check their work.
Directions for the puzzle:
Cut out the pieces at the bottom of Page 4 that are numb

This is an activity that can be used to practice simplifying square roots in preparation for simplifying radical expressions. There are 16 cards. Each card has 2 problems on it. Students “choose one” of the problems to solve. There are 2 choices (example: spaghetti or salad – student chooses which o

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This worksheet starts with the students listing the first 10 perfect squares which is a good practice for them to do so that they do not need to rely on the teacher for finding them.
The worksheet includes 11 radicals to be simplified and a graphic organizer to help the students with the simplify

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This activity has 10 square roots for students to simplify. The activity works as a scavenger hunt ... students find QR codes posted in the classroom or school hallways. Students use their phones to read the QR codes to get the problems. They simplify the radicals with their partners. A recordin

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This is a 10 question card match that requires students to simplify square roots using radicals. This is done in Powerpoint so all cards will look uniform. Simplify print out cards 6 slides per page (dependent on how large you want the cards) and use a paper cutter to cut. Each question is followed

Students simplify radical expressions in this collaborative activity that doubles as classroom decor. Some expressions are fractions with radical expressions in their numerators. Some expressions involve perfect squares, though most do not. Students will not need to rationalize the denominators to s

This activity is designed to help students practice reducing square roots involving negative numbers.
For each perfect square from 1 to 64, students will reduce each variation: SqRt(a), SqRt(-a), -SqRt(a) and -SqRt(-a)
This is a wraparound activity so students can start with any card. They shou

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This is a 20 problem worksheet for students to practice simplifying square roots. Answer sheet is included. This is a handy page to have to compliment my How to Simplify Square Roots Smartboard Lesson.

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Need rigorous simplifying square roots practice in an atypical worksheet? Try this Choose Your Poison Simplifying Radicals Worksheet. Each row has three radical expressions to simplify (only square roots). Students choose only 2 problems per row – thus Choose Your Poison. Be surprised as students ch

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This is a 20 problem worksheet on simplifying square roots with variables. This worksheet is similar to my simplifying square roots except these include variables.

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This activity gives learners the opportunity to express the square root of non-perfect square, whole numbers in simplest radical form.
In short, students will be given 18 square roots that need to be simplified. I start the activity by having students simplify these square roots on a separate pi

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