Students practice simplifying radicals with non perfect squares in this matching card activity. One half of the 20 pairs of matching cards has a radical expression and the other has a simplified expression. Students work individually, in pairs or small groups to match the cards.
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20 pairs of matching cards
Worksheet for students to explain their work
Weekly 5 form-- Use as a daily warm up
Detailed instructions and ideas for use in the classroom
Boom Learning Deck with 40 cards--multiple choice answers
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• Mini Lesson
• Small Group Instruction
• Math Centers
• Independent Work
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