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This activity asks students to determine if the given numbers are rational or irrational (8.NS.1). Students choose two colors (one for rational and one for irrational) and color code the numbered pieces of the geometric shape. There are two different sets included which could be used as a review a

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Included is 16 problems on comparing and ordering rational and irrational numbers. Students will complete these problems then color the mystery picture according to the given color. Answer key is included.

Students will be coloring or shading in the boxes that have rational numbers. The boxes with irrational numbers will be left white. This would make a great practice worksheet or review on rational and irrational numbers.

Students decide if 18 numbers are rational or irrational, then color fall leaves according to the color chart.

Introduction to Rational and Irrational Numbers, Guided Notes and Interactive Math Notebook Pages
Common Core Standard 8.NS.A.1
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Types of Numbers Notes (Full and half page notes)
Types of Numbers Foldable
Give an example cards (can be used as exit or entrance slip)
Ratio

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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 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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Color by Real Number is a creative and engaging way for students to classify real numbers. This Winter Edition includes 5 pictures, each differentiated into three levels, for a total of 15 WORKSHEET OPTIONS! This edition also included three leveled exit tickets for student assessment. This resources

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This ready to use product is a quick, fun way to have your students practice classifying numbers. Students will be given 25 different numbers and will need to classify each one as rational or irrational. Instead of writing their answers, students will color them! You can either choose the colors f

Have your students apply their understanding of PYTHAGOREAN THEOREM and the CONVERSE OF THE PYTHAGOREAN THEOREM with these fun activities including a maze, riddle and coloring activity.
Whats Included:
__ Pythagorean Theorem MAZE
This is a self-checking worksheet that allows students to strengthe

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Also included in: PYTHAGOREAN THEOREM Bundle - Error Analysis, Task Cards, Word Problems, Puzzles

This activity gives you an instructional piece, guide practiced, and a fun, yet challenging activity for your students to complete at the end. Your students will learn to differentiate between Rational and Irrational numbers, and also classify the Rational numbers into Counting, Whole, and Integer

This is a one-sided practice page with 10 questions over ordering rational and irrational numbers.
The student is give a list of real numbers in different orders and has to choose the group that is listed from least to greatest. The practice page starts off rather easy with only 3 numbers in the l

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Also included in: Pre-Algebra Skills Coloring Bundle

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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 set includes one notes page and five worksheets/activities for students to practice classifying real numbers.
Guided Notes - Rational and Irrational Number
Students fill these out as a whole class and can cut and paste the notes into notebooks
The five activities would be great for centers!

Students often need lots of practice with classifying rational and irrational numbers. This activity gives them that practice while reminding them of the characteristics of the respective number types.
One page has step-by-step directions with embedded definitions and students classify 100 numbers

Students will enjoy competing with one another as they practice identifying rational and irrational numbers and converting between decimals and fractions. Each game can be played with 2-3 students
Three game sheets are included with increasing difficulty as follows:
•Sheet #1: Identifying rat

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Solving Quadratic Equations (by Completing the Square) Coloring Activity
Students will practice solving quadratic equations by completing the square with this coloring activity. Most problems are not written in standard form. Half of the problems require that students factor out “a”, however, “b”

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You're never too old to enjoy the relaxation and creativity of coloring and now it can have an educational purpose that ties right into your curriculum. Students can demonstrate their understanding of rational, irrational, imaginary, counting/natural, whole numbers and integers by color coding thi

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This engaging coloring activity requires students to identify positive integers, negative integers, and non-integers in order to correctly color a picture featuring a large flower and the famous phrase "April Showers Bring May Flowers!"
Students will demonstrate their understanding of integers as w

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This color by number activity consists of 15 questions whereby students are required to solve quadratic equations using the quadratic formula. Only rational and irrational roots included, no complex solutions. A great resource to use as a quick assessment, homework task, or some

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Students will identify, compare and order rational and irrational numbers. They will then use their answers to color a picture.

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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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

In this highly engaging coloring activity, students will solve square, cube roots, and compare and order rational and irrational numbers in order to reveal the mystery picture. #luckydollardeals
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• 8 math problems
• mystery picture box
• answer key
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• colored p

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