Each member of the group receives a different worksheet on radicals. Each question uses the same process to solve (ex: questions one is simplifying) but the questions are different. The students must work together and explain to each other the steps needed to solve. This activity gets the kids talking about how to do the problems and has them working together to solve the problems. Some of the worksheets are harder than other which helps to differentiate instruction. I copied the different worksheets on different colored paper and then had the color groups meet at the end of the period to go over their answers.