This is a practice foldable to put into an interactive math journal.
I use this practice foldable during my lesson on cube roots. I teach simplifying cube roots the same way I teach simplifying square roots: students take the perfect cubes on either side of the cube in question and estimate with a fraction where it lies on the number line.
The first page of the foldable is useful for students to see how to get an estimate closer and closer to the true value. The second page is to get students practicing estimation without a calculator. The third page, which mostly has perfect squares and cubes, is to show students they need to be careful about being asked to find square roots or cube roots.