This game gets the students up and moving - literally. It is a review of switching radical to rational exponents and back, and solving radical equations and inequalities. The students start at one station. They solve the problem then walk around the classroom, dodging the desks and other students to find their solution. They solve the next problem and walk the maze of desks and students to find that solution and so on. There are nine problems to solve.
I've included incorrect solutions using common student errors. This encourages the student to try again on their own - which is something some of my students need to work on.
My calculus class loved this game when I made one it for them. They thought it was fun and different. I hope your class thinks the same!!