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Give students an abundance of practice with identifying rational and irrational numbers in this Round 'n Round cooperative learning activity. Students simultaneously determine whether a variety of numbers are rational or irrational. After completing each problem, they rotate their paper so each pa
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Activity #1: A riddle to practice identifying rational and irrational numbers, including integers, fractions, decimals, and square roots.Activity #2: A riddle to practice identifying rational and irrational numbers, focusing on decimals. Students need to look closely to see if digits repeat.Activit
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Identifying Rational and Irrational Numbers Riddle - Digital (using real numbers) Identifying Rational and Irrational Numbers Riddle - Digital (decimals only) Identifying Rational and Irrational Numbers - Digital (square roots) The download includes a Word document with a link to the student copy
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No prep. No paper. No materials. Totally Digital. **This is a digital version of my printable Truths and Lies activity of the same name. Great for 1:1, BYOD, or math computer centers. Google Drive, Google Classroom, and Microsoft One Drive. If using Google, students and teacher will need a free G
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Students decide if 18 numbers are rational or irrational, then color fall leaves according to the color chart.
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A fun activity for students to practice identifying rational and irrational numbers. Students use their critical thinking skills to analyze questions for accuracy and determine errors. *This is a printable version of my Digital Truths and Lies of the same name. Students are given a mat and a set o
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8.NS.1 - a quick quiz to assess if students can identify rational and irrational numbers
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8.NS.1 - students will identify real numbers as rational or irrational.
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Practice identifying rational and irrational numbers with this hidden message puzzle. It works great for Pi Day fun too! The puzzle asks students to shade the irrational numbers. The problems are simple to complex. Students will need to simplify many of the expressions before knowing if they are
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Get rational! Students will identify Rational and Irrational numbers, order on a number line, & explain their reasoning. Get this bundle and save over 30%! This bundle includes all of my rational and irrational number system 8.NS.1, 2 products: Bell Work for a Week/Sub Plans; Interactive Not
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Rational and Irrational Card Sort – Students will practice identifying and comparing rational and irrational values. This activity is hands-on and a great way to get students communicating about math! It’s easy to use and can be completed individually, with a partner or in small groups. What is incl
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This game can be used with or without an interactive whiteboard or projector to review identifying rational and irrational numbers with 16 questions. This is a perfect approach to class review- fun and engaging for students! This activity supports CCSS 8.NS.A.1. Included in this product: -score
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30 task cards which the student will identify rational and irrational numbers, order them from smallest to largest and graph on a number line. An answer sheet is provided.
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In this activity, students identify rational and irrational numbers and then locate the values on a number line. Great for review, homework, practice worksheet, or assessment! You will receive a PDF of the handout. Answer key is also included. Common Core Standards: Know that there are numbers
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Rational and Irrational Number Systems Activity. Students will explain their reasoning, identify rational and irrational numbers, and approximate on a number line. Students will work to create their own word wall. They will show their knowledge one brick at a time! Student work will "fit" together t
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This short (13-slide) .pptx is perfect for introducing (or reviewing) the differences between rational and irrational numbers. Why should you purchase this lesson? • no prep • engages the visual learner • improves note-taking skills • may improve student focus • may improve student motivation Th
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Card sorts are an excellent way to provide students with focused practice that is not tedious. I love incorporating them into interactive notebooks. Even though I assume that my middle school students understand number lines, I find that many of them still struggle with visualizing the locations o
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This product serves to help students identify if a number is either rational or irrational. The focus is on "tricky" numbers - perfect squares vs. square roots; terminating vs. non-terminating decimals; and repeating vs. growing patterns. Included is 2 sheets of notes (1 filled out. the other partia
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These practice problems are used as guided notes during my math lab. The class provides extra time and support for struggling students. The sheets are cut and glued in composition books (math logs) that are kept in the classroom. Answers keys provided for all mini-lessons. This set focuses on ratio
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Hello Math Teachers! This is a 32 question worksheet on identifying numbers as rational or irrational. FUN half man, half pig, puzzle. Great format for students to get some feedback as they work through the problems. Worksheet is in PDF format, two pages, with solution key included. Quick and easy
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This is an editable Pre/Post Test for 8th Grade Common Core State Standards. This test covers 8.NS.1 and 8.NS.2. You can be give this assessment at the beginning of the unit (pre-test), and again at the end of the unit (post-test). This file could also be used as an end of the year review or test pr
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Identify the different between Rational and Irrational Numbers with this ready to use sorting activity. Students not only identify numbers as rational or irrational but also discover that there is no overlap between these two definitions. Great for interactive notebooks. This activity reinforces
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Students will identify, compare and order rational and irrational numbers. They will then use their answers to color a picture.
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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
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