Students can work independently or with a partner to put together this Tarsia puzzle. The best part about this activity is there is no prep for you as a teacher! The printable version is not the solution, so the students can cut the pieces out themselves and put it together.
I usually print on colored card stock, but you could also laminate if you’d like to reuse from class to class. Or, (I’ve never done this but I think it would be fun) you could try to print it really big and make a huge puzzle to put together to display in the hallway!
This resource includes a few dividing radical problems, but does not include rationalizing the denominator. There are a few problems that are multiplying radicals and includes problems that have coefficients. There is also one radical that does not simplify.