Since the graphic organizer I created for adding and subtracting radicals worked so well, I decided to create a multiplying radicals graphic organizer. My students glued it in their interactive notebooks to serve as a reference.

## Free Download of Multiplying Radicals Graphic Organizer

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## Alternate Version of Multiplying Radicals Graphic Organizer

In 2017, I created an updated version of this multiplying radicals graphic organizer.

Multiplying Radicals Graphic Organizer 2017 (PDF) (916 downloads )

Multiplying Radicals Graphic Organizer 2017 (Editable Publisher File ZIP) (725 downloads )

## More Activities for Teaching Radicals

- Prime Numbers Chart
- Radicals Task: Which is the Smallest?
- Like Radicals Card Sort Activity
- Parts of a Radical Poster
- Prime Factorization Foldable
- Prime Factorization Graphic Organizer
- Prime Numbers Below 100 Chart
- Simplifying Radicals Puzzle
- Rationalizing the Denominator Practice Book
- Operations with Radicals Question Stack Activity
- Conjugates INB Page
- The Constant Chair Regression Activity
- Prime and Composite Numbers Chart
- Multiplying Radicals Graphic Organizer
- Vocabulary Knowledge Rating Chart
- Parts of a Radical Graphic Organizer
- Radical Clock Makeover
- Dice Activity for Reviewing Square Roots

Joanne

Sunday 7th of April 2019

Thank you for all of your wonderful resources! May I add one thing to your radical unit? I stumbled upon a great method for understanding radicals! Take 3 deck of cards and take out all of the composite numbers, leaving only, 2, 3, 5, 7. Group students by 3's or 4's. Designate a dealer and have them shuffle the cards. Deal each student 10-15 cards each. Instruct the students to make pairs and pile the "books" on the side. Talk about how they were chosen and ask about the cards left over. Do this with books of 3's, 4's and 5's. It reinforces the idea of the index and how many you need to get out from under the radical! I am trying it tomorrow.

Unknown

Sunday 24th of February 2019

Ok.. I figured it out :) Thank you for all of your great resources!!!!

Unknown

Sunday 24th of February 2019

I love your material...but it's hard to get because I have to have a box account :( Is there any other way to download it?

Ms Fuller

Wednesday 7th of February 2018

I stumbled upon your Birthday Cake method last year and my kids loved it so much!!!! I've never had a group to understand simplifying radicals so quickly.

This year I can't wait to use your notes for adding/subtracting/multiplying radicals. These are awesome. Thanks so much!

krundus

Tuesday 30th of January 2018

This is my first year teaching and am doing 8th Math AND Algebra... your blog has literally saved my teaching live! I almost always use your stuff, so BIG thank you for all your hard work!