This is a 10 question scavenger hunt on estimating and simplifying radical expressions. Problems include estimating square roots to the nearest tenth without a calculator, and simplifying square roots and cube roots to simplest radical form.
Scavenger hunts are a great way to get students actively engaged. I find that my students work better when they are up and moving around the room. I used this scavenger hunt in my classroom as a quick review before teaching how to multiply and divide radicals. I like that my students needed to distinguish between estimating and simplifying.