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Having fun while learning! You need to know the properties of exponents and the relationship between exponents and radicals to win this game!
Simplify the expression and claim the target cell. Four-in-a-Row Wins! This game requires students to simplify radical expressions with integer exponents and determine the closest integer for a radical expression. As a scaffold, students could use the Properties of Exponents handout provided, and build their fluency until they are comfortable to play without it. Multiple entry points help facilitate student IEP accommodations. This 8-page booklet includes the instructions, game board, answer key, and lesson plan.
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Research has shown incorporating games and puzzles into the curriculum improves student engagement. When students engage, they are attending to the task at hand. Our motto Play = Learn is born from this concept. Our standards-based games and puzzles have proven to be an effective tool to solidify students’ grasp of math concepts.