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Students will love creating a paper chain to decorate your classroom while practicing simplifying radicals. Simply print both pages (on color paper if possible) and have students solve each problem. There is plenty of room to show work in the shapes. They will then cut out the shapes and attach the answers to the bottom of the coordinating problem. I usually do this activity with pairs. These look awesome hung around the room or from the ceiling for Open House!
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