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You will love using math stations! They provide an EASY day for you, and a FUN activity for your students. Try having students rotate around the room, increasing their fluency of the CCSS 8.NS.A.1 and 8.NS.A.2 standards. Get them ready for that quiz or test on irrational and rational numbers!
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This foldable is a hands on alternative approach to the traditional Venn Diagram model of teaching the different types of numbers (Rational, Irrational, Integers, Whole, and Natural/Counting).
How it Works
Once assembled the only two categories that can be seen are Rational and Irrational. The I

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Also included in: The Real Number System - Activity Bundle

This graphic organizer introduces students to classifying rational and irrational numbers.
First, with the help of the teacher or textbook, students fill in a number vocabulary page, which includes terms like integer and terminating decimal. These terms are important to the understanding of rati

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Also included in: Algebra I Sub Plans Bundle

Irrational and Rational Boxes and Dots Activity
DOTs Irrational and Rational cooperative activity includes:
*THREE versions of dots game sheets
1-Irrational or Rational
2-Between which two consecutive whole number is square number between
3-Square root is closest to which integer
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Move over Carmen Sandiego - there's a new game in town.
Students must add and subtract rational expressions as they go on this adventure around the world looking for Dr. Irrational. They must simplify rational expressions (addition and subtraction) and their answer determines the next city that th

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This activity requires students to classify numbers from the categories rational, irrational, integer, and whole numbers. Students also have to estimate the square root of non-perfect squares to the nearest integer and tenth. Finally, students have to apply the Pythagorean theorem to a word problem

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This lesson provides students a chance to explore rational and irrational numbers and understand their differences. The blanks have been filled in for you in red and you can leave them blank or fill them in for your students. This lesson also gives students the chance to approximate the square root

This worksheet could be used as a worksheet or test, it could also be used during the year while content is being taught, but it is intended to be used as part of a STAAR review. It covers least to greatest with all real numbers, mean, standard deviation, absolute deviation, and mean absolute devia

Visual and graphic organization of properties of rational and irrational numbers. Use a a classroom display, or share during a lesson on the real number system.
If you like the idea behind this graphic organizer, you might like the game I developed this diagram for. It is a 2 player game, though I

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This is a fun group review on rational and irrational numbers that involves food-- so students love it!

Quadratic Formula Coloring Activity
This activity includes 12 quadratic equations for students to solve using the quadratic formula. Quadratic equations with terms on both sides of the equal sign are included. Only irrational and rational roots included, no complex solutions. All answers are roun

This card sort activity has students categorize 24 statements about the Real Number System as “Always True”, “Sometimes True”, and “Never True”. The statements relate to the different types of numbers in the Real Number System: Real, Irrational, Rational, Integer, Whole, and Natural.
Some example

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This board game is fun for the students while they sharpen their skills and deepen their understanding of the number system. They will draw a card and they must correctly answer the question in order to move along the game board. One person will be designated as the Answer Checker.
The rules of th

Jump into math concepts in a surprising way with this set of 5th and 6th Grade Math and Art Project Bundle. Perfect for ratio, area, area of circles, and more. All the projects use artists and art concepts to engage students. Learning math was never so fun⭐. Your 5th and 6th graders will love th

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Five different activities which keep students engaged are included in this product. See Preview for samples of answer keys.
1st Activity: Using the grid provided in the resource or using your own grid paper, students will discover the meaning of zero and negative exponents by writing powers of 2 an

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I use this Venn Diagram when teaching Real Numbers to my 8th graders. I photo copy it onto bright colored paper and they add it to their interactive math notebooks. After discussing the definitions of each set and writing those in set notation, students come up with examples to add. This really h

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My students were finding real numbers fairly easy so I wanted an activity where they could practice but also move around the classroom. I scoured the Internet but none of the activities I found were what I wanted :( I wanted something cute. I wanted the students to have fun and move around while

This game of Jeopardy reviews the following skills:
*Classifying Numbers in the Real Number System (Irrational, Rational, Integers, Whole, Natural)
*Adding & Subtracting Fractions (problems also include integers & mixed numbers)
*Multiplying & Dividing Fractions (problems also include i

Engage students in the difference between irrational and rational numbers with this set of 3 activities. These activities are great for kinesthetic and visual learners. I love this for Pi Day!
Pi Day Discount through 3/14/18
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In this acitivty, students will classify rational numbers by coloring them according to their classification (irrational, rational, integer, whole, or natural.
When completed, these can be used to create a beautiful classroom display that shows your students knowledge! Now contains 2 different col

This is a foldable used to help students understand the real number system. The outside flaps cover the irrational and rational numbers. Inside the foldable on the rational numbers side, there are 3 more flaps containing the integers, whole numbers and natural numbers.
Students write down what it m

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Do you want to make reviewing Algebra 1 more fun with your students? The Great Math Adventure is a board game that assesses the entire year of Algebra 1 Common Core Curriculum. There are 300 question and answer cards along with a PDF file of the game board. Students can play the game chapter by c

This 20 question, multiple-choice test assesses the following skills:
*Classifiying Numbers in the Real Number System (Irrational, Rational, Integers, Whole, Natural)
*Adding & Subtracting Fractions (also includes Integers & Mixed Numbers)
*Multiplying & Dividing Fractions (also include

Five ready to use activities to support student engagement with Rational and Irrational Numbers in this money saving bundle. Students build irrational and rational numbers visually, approximate on number lines and sort numbers to deepen their understanding of the difference between rational and irra

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