Exponents and Radicals

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What is that fraction doing as an exponent? Fun math games prompt learners to practice evaluating radical expressions and expressions containing rational exponents, both in groups and individually.

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Instructional Ideas
  • Divide your class into partners or groups to avoid anyone feeling singled out in the first game
  • Play the games as review activities
  • Assign the attached handout in class or as homework
  • Use the second game as a way to divide a class into groups
Classroom Considerations
  • You'll need to print the cards onto cardstock to make them sturdy enough for the game
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Pros
  • Engaging approach to solving radical expressions
  • Includes a journal prompt and independent practice handout
  • Comes with ideas for differentiation
Cons
  • None
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