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This set is perfect for your first grade and beginning of the year second grade students. These digital slides practice ordering numbers on the number line and finding missing numbers on the number line up to 120. It includes 40 task cards and randomizes 20 cards at a time so your students can pla

Fractions: Comparing and Ordering Fractions on a Number LineLet's keep things moving, shall we?In the first mini-lesson, students will learn to compare fractions on a number line. We begin by having them compare like fractions then progress to comparing unlike fractions on a number line. In the seco

This 4 packet bundle will provide you with 43 number line cut and paste puzzle worksheets activities for ordering numbers!Your students will love learning about counting and number order with these ANIMAL THEMED cut and paste worksheets.Your students will need to cut the number/picture strips and li

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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Get students up out of their seats and collaborating with their peers in this number line activity! Students will have their own card and must find their place in the number line you will create as a class. Cards contain positive and negative numbers, fractions, absolute value, and decimals.

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6^{th} - 8^{th}

This set of cards helps students to practice ordering rational numbers in a hands-on way. The ordering rational number cards are perfect for classroom practice, tutoring, early finishers, or simple memorization. Students get hands on practice and there are many activities to play with these cards.

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Also included in: Rational Number System Activity Bundle: 6th Grade (6.NS.5, 6.NS.7)

This set is perfect for your second grade and beginning of the year third grade students. These digital slides practice ordering numbers on the number line and finding missing numbers on the number line up to 1,200. It includes 40 task cards and randomizes 20 cards at a time so your students can p

These worksheets are designed to practice ordering numbers on an open number line. The objective is 1.2F Order whole numbers up to 120 using place value and open number lines. These pages should be used once your students have mastered the skill of ordering numbers on a number line, since they are t

Also included in: 1.2F Order numbers on a number line Bundle

Use these line spots to maintain social distancing in the classroom when lining up. These visual footprints remind children to stay 6ft apart when lining up. There are several options included in this pack! Black and white plain foot prints for use in halls and common areas, and colored foot prin

Also included in: Social Distancing Classroom Mega Bundle, Rules, Signs, Line Spots

This practice is for ordering common positive and negative fractions and their decimal equivalents on a number line. The first number line is divided into fourths and is for ordering fractions. The second line is divided into fourths and is for ordering decimals. Each one-fourth interval is further

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5^{th} - 8^{th}

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This resource is designed to help your students practice ordering numbers using place value and open number lines. There are 4 sets with 10 pages each (5 pages with numbers, sign < and the words “least” and “greatest” and 5 pages with only numbers, your students will have to write the words and

Also included in: Bundle 1.2 Numbers and Operations

This is a set of 25 task cards with 25 different 1st grade math problems, aligned to Texas TEKS 1.2F, for helping students practice ordering numbers using a number line in various ways. An answer key, as well as a blank answer sheet, are also provided, as well as two posters for the Texas standard.W

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With this resource your students will practice ordering numbers on a number line.2020 - As well as the PDF versions, this file now includes a Google Slides version of each of the sets of activities, appropriate for distance learning.This bundle includes TWO different sets of activities. The sets inc

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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5^{th} - 8^{th}

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This integers on a number line, comparing and ordering activity pack is full of supplemental resources perfect for reinforcing skills taught in 6th grade math. Let students choose their work based on their different learning styles or use multiple activities in differentiated stations.★WHAT'S INCLUD

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There are 3 printables for comparing tenths, hundredths, and thousandths.
Your students will identify decimals using models on 4 of the pages. Then they will compare the decimals by using <, >, or =. Pages 13-14 can be copied “back to back” for practicing hundredths.
Number lines are use

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2^{nd} - 5^{th}

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This drag & drop activity for use with Google Slides is great for distance learning or one-to-one classrooms!This download comes with 10 different slides focusing on the numbers on the number line in between consecutive integers.For example, the first slide focuses on the real numbers in between

Ordering Fractions on a Number Line: Write and Wipe Task Cards are designed to give students practice ordering fractions using benchmark fractions on a number line.This set contains 24 unique task cards and recording sheets. These cards are great for independent math centers, for earlier finishers o

Also included in: Ordering Fractions & Mixed Numbers on a Number Line BUNDLE

Ordering Numbers on a Number Line - Digital Task CardsLooking for engaging math activities, look no further!These 15 digital task cards will provide students with the ability to practice ordering numbers on a number line. These Google Slides can be assigned to your students during math centers, inde

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

This is a set of 5 different 10-question differentiated practice worksheets for Texas TEKS 1.2F math (50 different questions) for helping students practice ordering numbers 1-120 on a number line in various ways. Answer keys are also provided.Why buy this resource?This resource has 5 different 10-q

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Also included in: Math TEKS 1.2F BUNDLE Texas 1st Grade Task Cards and Worksheets

This is a set of 25 Comparing and Ordering Numbers on a Number Line Boom Cards. These cards are self-checking and done completely online using the Boom Learning platform. Activities Include: Identifying a number on a number linePlacing numbers in the correct order on a number lineComparing numbers u

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This is a set of 28 Fractions task cards designed to meet third grade Common Core Standards in Mathematics. In this set you will receive 28 different task cards, an answer recording sheet, and an answer key for students to use to check their own work. There are various types of problems--multiple ch

This simple, print & go packet is a perfect way for students to practice ordering numbers or skip counting. This can be used as a workstation, in challenge folders, as homework, or as intervention work.
This Common Core Aligned Packet includes:
- Cut and Paste printables. Just print and go!