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This product contains 2 activities (comparing and ordering positive and negative numbers) that are appropriate for 5th/6th graders that need extra help with understanding negative numbers. These activities would work well for your SPED/ELL/RTI students. This product also includes a note card with a

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Do you need math activities on Comparing and Ordering numbers? Look no more. You will find a collection of 30 activities that teach students how to compare and order numbers in fun and motivating ways.
Some activities include:
•Each student is given a sticky note. They are instructed to write a

This is a worksheet that is a quick touch up on all the integer rules as it relates to basic computation for positive and negative numbers. There are also a few questions that deal with comparing and ordering positive and negative values along with a few one step equations. After introducing integer

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Compare and Order Rational Numbers - Get your students up and moving with this fast paced, engaging math activity. Scoot is a whole class game where students rotate between desks and do a task at each desk. Aligned with 6th grade Common Core Skills, but works very well with 7th and 8th graders as w

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TEKS and STAAR Aligned Test Practice: This resource addresses Comparing and Ordering Rational Numbers TEKS 6.2A 6.2B 6.2C 6.2D and 6.2E. These assessments could be used for Progress Monitoring, RTI, Intervention, STAAR Test-Prep, Pre-Post Testing, or Review and Practice. *This resource is also avail

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Also included in: 6th Grade Math STAAR Practice Test-Prep Bundle

Get students up out of their seats and collaborating with their peers in this number line activity! Students will have their own card and must find their place in the number line you will create as a class. Cards contain positive and negative numbers, fractions, absolute value, and decimals.

Give your students a new way of comparing and ordering rational numbers! This product gives your students an opportunity to practice this essential Common Core skill in so many ways because each time they play, the cards get mixed up in a new order! Students draw cards at random and compare and or

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This lesson bundle includes an editable teacher Powerpoint presentation, student notes with included practice problems, several homework assignments, small group activity, skills quiz, and answer keys.
All the talking points and the types of problems needed t

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These are included in a GROWING bundle that will include ALL 8th Grade Math Common Core Standards. Check it out here:
8th Grade Growing Task Card Bundle
20 Task Cards focused on Comparing and Ordering Real Numbers
Numbers include:
-Terminating and Repeating Decimals
-Improper Fractions and Mixed N

Also included in: 8th Grade Math Task Cards GROWING Bundle

This 24 question worksheet asks students to compare positive and negative numbers, fill in missing numbers on a number line, and to order numbers.

7th Grade Math Comparing and Ordering Fractions, Decimals, and Percents in a PowerPoint PresentationThis slideshow lesson is very animated with a flow-through technique. I developed the lesson for my 7th grade class, Pre-Pre-Algebra, but it can also be used for upper level class reviews. This less

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This quiz is a classroom-tested creation. This was made to test students' abilities with recognizing the order of rational numbers, but especially negative numbers. Students often label, for example, -2 Â½ incorrectly to the right of the -2 because on the positive side of the number line, 2 Â½ goe

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Great skill practice for paying close attention to what order is asked, as well as correctly ordering positive and negative decimals. When I realized how much my students struggled in this area, we began using grid paper to help them line up the decimals. I hope these help either as a reminder in

This download is for an editable version of 2 worksheets I have created on Integers.
The first worksheet uses description words to determine positive versus negative. Words such as deposit/withdrawal, loss/gain, increase/decrease.
The second worksheet uses the number line to compare and order int

Task cards are a great resource and students love using them! They can be used for math centers, cooperative learning, whole-group activities, independent work, morning or bell work, practice for early finishers, or even homework! This set of 32 task cards covers skills including writing, comparing,

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Two pages of ISN notes - one that gives simple steps for ordering positive rational numbers and a second page that includes both positive and negative rational numbers. Included in this document is a set of 8 task cards for students to use in ordering rational numbers on a number line.
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Also included in: Rational Numbers Product Bundle

8th Grade Math (Pre-Algebra) Comparing and Ordering Rational Numbers in a PowerPoint PresentationThis slideshow lesson is very animated with a flow-through technique. I developed the lesson for my Pre-Algebra class, but it can also be used for upper level class reviews. This lesson teaches how to

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Excited to try doodle notes but need a product that will fit inside your interactive notebooks? Then Doodle Note Brochures are perfect for you!
Research shows that students who sketch, color, or doodle while listening to instruction tend to have better recall. These Doodle Note Brochures combine

★WHAT'S INCLUDED:★ • 2 warmup slips - 4 problems on each (2 comparing, 2 ordering) • 2 exit ticket slips - 1 problem on each (ordering) • 2 pages of guided notes using a gradual release model. Skills covered are comparing and ordering rational numbers. Specifically comparing and ordering decimals to

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Also included in: Compare and Order Rational Numbers Lesson Bundle 6.NS.C.7

Compare and Order Rational Numbers - In this activity, students use their knowledge of positives, negatives, fractions, decimals, percentages,
greater than, less than, and equal to find the value that answers the question.
Sample questions: Order the numbers from least to greatest. Then, circle

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A great review for comparing and ordering rational numbers. Could be used as a quiz. Includes, squares, square roots, decimals, fractions, positive and negative numbers.

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TEKS 8.2d
This activity groups real numbers into sets of three to be ordered either least to greatest or greatest to least. includes positive and negative decimals and fraction, square roots, irrational numbers, etc... Student recording sheet included.
Answer key included (the original order of

This is a two page quiz on comparing and ordering rational numbers. The first 3 questions are on finding the opposite of a positive or negative integer and plotting them on a number line. The next 8 questions compare rational numbers. Following those are 2 questions on ordering multiple rational num

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Also included in: Rational Numbers Unit Bundle for 6th Grade Math

This interactive activity is a dun alternative to a worksheet. It comes with instructions and 3 separate activities.1. Deciding positive and negative phrases2. Ordering on a number line3. Which integer is bigger

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