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This is a great way to make fractions and decimals on a number line come alive! Students will love getting up, moving around, and placing themselves on a number line that they get to make! This Resource Includes:Fractions to the 10ths Small Group Card SetFractions to the 100ths Small Group Card SetD
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Ordering rational numbers isn't the funnest thing for students, so you can make it fun by letting students get active and forming a human number line! Directions for the teacher: Cut out the rational numbers, and randomly distribute them to your students. Directions for the students: Look at y
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Ordering and comparing fractions and decimals isn't the funnest thing for students, so you can make it fun by letting students get active and forming a human number line! Directions for the teacher: Cut out the fractions and decimals, and randomly distribute them to your students. Directions for
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Ordering rational numbers isn't the funnest thing for students, so you can make it fun by letting students get active and forming a human number line! This is a second version of the original product found at this link. The concept is the same, but now you have a whole new set of rational numbers
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Get your students excited about math class this year! This is a wonderful first day of school activity for your Algebra class. You will receive a set of pre-made real number cards where the students will work in large groups to create a human number line. You can make it a warm up activity or use
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These cards help kids practice comparing and ordering integers. They are a great way to get kids out of their seats and moving! There are 40 cards total. Teachers will pass out one card to each student and then have the students silently create a human number line. Teachers can time their class. Stu
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Ordering rational numbers 32 Negative and positive fractions that fall between –1 and 1. Includes 16 positive fractions and their opposite, 0, -1, and 1 (35 numbers in total to be ordered). Lesson flow suggestions with a focus on conversion of fraction to decimals, absolute value, and reflection.
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Ordering and comparing fractions, decimals, and percents isn't the funnest thing for students, so you can make it fun by letting students get active and forming a human number line! Directions for the teacher: Cut out the fractions, decimals, and percents, and randomly distribute them to your stude
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This activity supports the following 3rd grade Texas math standard: 3.2D (Compare and order whole numbers to 100,000.) Teacher instructions: Copy and laminate the number cards. Pass out one card per student. Call one student at a time to stand at the front of the room, holding his/her card out w
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This activity supports the following 4th grade Texas math standard: 4.2C (Compare and order whole numbers to 1,000,000,000.) Teacher instructions: Copy and laminate the number cards. Pass out one card per student. Call one student at a time to stand at the front of the room, holding his/her card
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This activity supports the following 2nd grade Texas math standard: 2.2D (Compare and order whole numbers to 1,200.) Teacher instructions: Copy and laminate the number cards. Pass out one card per student. Call one student at a time to stand at the front of the room, holding his/her card out where
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Three different classroom activities for learning integers. Includes ordering integers, comparing integers, and adding integers. (You could also have students subtract integers instead of adding.)
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Ordering decimals isn't the funnest thing for students, so you can make it fun by letting students get active and forming a human number line! Directions for the teacher: Cut out the decimall numbers, and randomly distribute them to your students. Directions for the students: Look at your card
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This listing is for a set of 21 measurement cards designed for a human number line activity. There are 21 cards in total, including millimetres, centimetres, metres and kilometres. These cards can be used for many different comparing and ordering activities including: - Human number line - More th
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Students will read the task card and act out the scenario on a huge number-line on the floor. I usually have it about 10-15 feet long at least, and this last year we used two number-lines on the floors and had the students race to get the answers. There is also an answer key and then there are answ
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This is a group assignment. Students use their birthdays to create fractions, decimals, and percents and then they discuss where those numbers would be on the number line.
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This Human Number Line activity can be done as a whole class or can be prepared as a station for students to complete during math station time! Students will work with numbers to create a number line and discover the counting pattern. Cards include 5 counts and non-5 count numbers, so students wil
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This activity gets everyone participating! Students arrange themselves in order without talking, then the whole class votes and discusses if they are in the correct order. Can easily be adapted to make it a little easier or a little harder. At one time, there are two students holding two diffe
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This is an activity to be used as a review for older student that already have a working knowledge of place value, fractions, integers and decimals. It can also be used as a mid-unit practice session.
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An easy, breezy hat that your students can make to celebrate Dr. Seuss' birthday on Read Across America Day. On March 2, your students can create a Human Number Line by wearing their hat and arranging themselves in number order. You can even practice counting, adding, subtracting, finding one more o
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This activity is designed to be used a fun review for converting between fractions, decimals, and percents.. As students enter the room, you will tape a number to their back (they will not look at it). They can only as "yes" or "no" questions until they determine the value of their number. Once
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Ordering integers isn't the funnest thing for students, so you can make it fun by letting students get active and forming a human number line! Directions for the teacher: Cut out the integer cards, and randomly distribute them to your students. Directions for the students: Look at your card, a
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Grade 7 math lesson ordering fractions and decimals on a human number line. 40 minute lesson reviewing conversion of fractions to decimals and ordering fractions and decimals, first in small groups and then as a whole class.
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Have the students review rational numbers as they work collaboratively order fractions, decimals, and percents. This activity is a great review or introduction to converting percents, decimals, and fractions as well as place value. Students can work in groups of 2 to 4, or mix all of the numbers up
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