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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!TOPICS:A

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Help students with classifying rational and irrational numbers, plus learn important vocab terms.First, students fill in a number vocabulary page, which includes terms like integer and terminating decimal.Next, the following sheet gives students a list of numbers. Students attempt to turn these num

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Also included in: Algebra I and 8th Grade Math Curriculum 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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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 Rational Numbers Card Sort activity is a set of 32 numbers that can be sorted into the categories of Rational, Integer, or Whole Number. This hands-on activity will strengthen your students’ skills in classifying Rational Numbers.For an 8th Grade/High School version that includes irrational n

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This is a fun way to get students to practice Classifying Rational Numbers. In it, kids get to color the boxes to find a Jack'O'Lantern. The skill is meant to be for 6th grade, but there is also an alternate CBN that includes Irrational Numbers good for 7th and 8th graders. It also includes a table

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The mazes are designed to help reinforce the understanding of the types of real numbers. Many of the problems requires students to reduce the problems before determining if the numbers are rational, irrational, integers, whole or natural numbers.
There are 7 puzzles:
➸ 2 Rational Numbers (1 – ful

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Also included in: Growing Bundle~All my Algebra Activities~Quadratics~Linear~Roots~Absolute Value

Real Number System Activity Bundle - This bundle includes 6 classroom activities to support students’ knowledge of the real number system. The activities cover classifying real numbers, squares and square roots, estimating square roots, and irrational and rational numbers. All are hands-on, engaging

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Looking to spice up your math time? This product includes 3 center activities that help students master number relationships by classifying between whole numbers, integers, and rational numbers, ordering rational numbers on a number line, and comparing rational numbers.
This download includes 32

This is a foldable for Rational Numbers in the form of a Venn Diagram. It is a great visual resource for students. It contains a section and space to take notes for the set of Rational Numbers and the subsets, Integers, Whole Numbers and Natural Counting Numbers. It also includes a visual representa

Students order Real numbers in this math pennant activity that doubles as classroom decor. Each pennant comes with 4 Real numbers to order. Students cut out their 4 numbers and order them from least to greatest before pasting them onto their pennant. Real numbers include: terminating and repeating d

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This product focuses on practicing the mathematical skill of TEK 8.2(D) order a set of real numbers arising from mathematical and real-world contexts. There are 60 numbers included; 12 on each page.
Each page has a different type of real number:
• Irrational (pi and square roots)
• negatives
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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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Need practice sorting rational vs irrational problems? A fun and interactive activity for all students is here! Have students cut out all the problems and then glue them under the appropriate category; rational or irrational. This activity can be done individually or with partners. Included *34 Pr

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Classifying Rational Numbers (also known as Classifying in The Real Number System) shows students that our number system is built of sets and subsets of numbers that build upon each other. The Classifying Rational Numbers Flippable (foldable) takes the guess work out of teaching the subsets of ratio

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This packet walks students through how to convert repeating decimals into fractions. Answer keys are provided for each of the 2 worksheets - 1 Guided Practice with scaffolding and 2 Practices (1 of which has a completed example). Students can work in groups, independently, as a station, or it can b

This product includes a quiz on the 7.NS.3 Common Core Standards. Students are asked to explain their thinking and to provide work to support their answers. The questions cover the rational number definition, placing rational and irrational numbers on a graphic organizer and three word problems. At

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Need a quick check to see how your students are doing with rational number comparisons? These word problems are fun and will give you feedback on your student's progress in this area.
Please note that this is only 5 problems - the preview is exactly the product that you receive.
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Students convert between fractions and decimals to gain a deeper understanding of rational numbers. Students use long division to convert rational numbers into decimals. Working the division out by hand will help students understand terminating and repeating decimals. Many students are too trusti

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This activity has multiple choice, true/false, and open-ended questions about the rational number system. Some of the choices also include "irrational" as an introduction to something outside of the rational numbers. I used this as a review station for the end of the first quarter.Included are two

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This station activity is used at the end of a number system unit. As a class, we have explored the definition of rational and irrational numbers. We have completed work with number lines to model adding, subtracting, and multiplying integers. A variety of 24 task cards provide questions in which

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Great for introduction to rational & irrational numbers or as a refresher. Students fill in the guided notes and answer basic questions to aid in understanding. Answer key included. Thank you in advance for leaving feedback! It is greatly appreciated! :) Like these doodle notes? Check out my Ang

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