Have your students practice simplifying radicals with this great puzzle with fun theme.
This engaging activity is designed for your Algebra students to practice simplifying radical expressions with variables. This resource includes 18 problems. Students match radical expressions with their simplified versions, forming a Q* Bert like pyramid of cubes.
• Two versions, color and black & white, of the matching activity
• Additional handout with 12 similar questions which can be used as homework, an assessment, or enrichment.
• Answer keys.
You may also like the digital Google version of the activity. See below for the link
I am sure your students will have fun and be challenged with this innovative digital resource.
Note: You and your students must have access to the internet and have individual FREE Google Drive Accounts to use this resource.
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