For this task, students will simplify, completely, 15 radicals or radical equations. They will go from one card to the next by simplifying the given problem on the card they are at then finding the answer on the next card that will have the next problem to simplify. Each correct solution has a letter with it that will be plugged into a note that has a fun math phrase on it.
I did this on a plain PowerPoint so I could copy it on colored paper. Card stock is ideal especially if you plan to use it again. I usually place these in page protectors when I hang them up to keep them clean and reusable. Also, laminating tends to loose its seal over time. Page protectors make laminating not necessary.