This is a fun activity for students to practice simplifying square roots. There are twelve radical questions total, but 24 answers. Twelve answers are correct and 12 are not.
The students work in pairs to match the question with the correct simplification answer and the 12 answers that are not used spell out two common 6-letter math words. Directions and a key included.
My other Algebra 1 Simplifying Radicals resources include:
Intro to Radicals Notes
Simplifying Radicals Notes
Simplifying Radicals Coloring Activity
Rational Exponents Notes
Rational Exponents Coloring Activity
Simplifying Radicals Applications
Adding, Subtracting, Multiplying & Dividing Radicals
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