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Printable PDF & Digital Versions are included in this distance learning ready activity which consists of a set of 40 numbers that can be sorted into Rational vs. Irrational or Rational, Irrational, Integers, Whole, and Natural/Counting Numbers. Google classroom (Google Slides) and PDF Templates

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7^{th} - 9^{th}

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Also included in: The Real Number System - Activity Bundle

Students will practice classifying real numbers with this fun digital activity! Students will sort 32 real numbers into the categories of rational, integers, whole, natural, or irrational numbers.Please view the preview file to make sure that this activity is appropriate for your students. This prod

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 st

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7^{th} - 10^{th}

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Also included in: The Real Number System - Activity Bundle

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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6^{th} - 8^{th}

Also included in: 7th Grade Math Bundle ~ All My 7th Grade Math Products at 1 Low Price

Fact families are great for helping children see the relationship between addition and subtraction. This interactive activity contains 16 number fact families from 3 to 18 and can be used as a game for 2 or more players. Players take it in turn to turn over a card and see if it is a match to the fa

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K - 2^{nd}

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Interactive, hands-on practice is a great way for students to understand fractions and decimals on a number line. Use these engaging sorting activities in math stations, for review games, and even as assessments during a fractions/decimals unit or anytime during the year!Students can also use these

These cards are a part of our Numbers 1-20 BUNDLE PACK! You'll find LOTS of other ways to practice the numbers 0-20 (Yep! It also includes zero!) with your learners.
Use these numbers sorting cards with your learners to practice recognizing different ways to represent numbers 1-20.
Great for whole

This activity includes both a paper and digital version (great for distance learning).This card sorting activity is designed to help students use concrete models (integer chips/counters and number lines) to add integers of the same sign and different signs. They will match the expression (there are

This download includes both a PDF and digital Google Slides version of this activity.DIGITAL: Use the link to access a Google Slides version of this resource. Students will arrange the movable pieces in the correct positions along the number lines.PDF: Complete the cut and paste activity using pape

This pack includes everything you need to teach about fractions on a number line.
It fits perfectly into the 3rd grade Common Core Math Curriculum.
Common Core Standard: 3.NF.A.2
I used it this year with my fourth graders as an introduction to our fraction unit.
This pack includes:
- fractions

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3^{rd} - 4^{th}

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Number Sense Sort - Subitizing Cards
Students can learn the different aspects of each number with this fun sort. Each set includes a number, word, dice, tally, domino, ten frame, counting fingers, and set of blocks. Print, laminate, and cut into different cards for students to sort into the correct

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PreK - 1^{st}

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Also included in: Numbers to 20 Activity Bundle - Number Sense

One of the early skills children need is to be able to identify the difference between letters and numbers. Students identify the numbers and letters and sort them to the correct area. Boom Cards are interactive, self-checking digital task cards that require NO-PREP (no printing, cutting, or laminat

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PreK - K

Also included in: Back To School Boom Cards™ Bundle | Distance Learning

This material can be used as a card sort or memory game where the decimal number value is matched to the corresponding decimal name (e.g. “five tenths” and “.5” are a match). The purpose is to practice saying the number’s decimal name and be able to associate the words with the numeric representatio

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4^{th} - 6^{th}

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Also included in: Bundle: 10 Fractions and Decimals Products

Hands-on Number Sorting Cards for number sense, number identification, counting, and identifying different ways to represent numbers
Each number (1-10) represented in:
-numerals
-fingers
-counting bears
-tens frame
-base ten
-dice
-number word
-tallies
-pictures (rainbows)
-dominoes
-pattern blocks

Don;t mix up your letters and numbers! This interactive Google classroom lesson is the perfect way to practice sorting letters and numbers by shape. This lesson includes 10 problems. On each slide, students will name each letter and number then sort them into the correct category.This includes lesso

In this matching card set, students must add, subtract, multiply, and divide complex numbers. Students will match the problem with the simplified solution. A few of the problems require knowledge of powers of imaginary numbers.
These cards can be matched by students, or used to play games like go

Identify Like Terms Bundle Includes the two following products sold individually:Save $ and buy them together:-Identify Like Terms Card Sort Hands On Activity-Identify Like Terms Coloring ActivityIdentify Like Terms Coloring Activity Product DescriptionThis product comes with three worksheets. -full

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6^{th} - 8^{th}

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Need a simple way to review comparing and ordering numbers with your students? This is the activity for you!
This set is really simple to use. These cards can be sorted individually, with a teacher, or with a student partner. I like to partner students to complete this activity. Partners can chec

Also included in: 4th Grade Place Value GROWING Bundle (4.NBT.A1, A2, and A3)

Students will practice classifying real numbers with this fun card sort activity! Students will sort 32 real numbers into the categories of rational, integers, whole, natural, or irrational numbers. Also included is a printable graphic organizer that is perfectly sized for interactive notebooks.Plea

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6^{th} - 9^{th}

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Students cut apart 54 cards. They sort the properties of real numbers (commutative, associative, identity property of addition, inverse property of addition, identity property of multiplication, inverse property of multiplication, multiplication property of 0, multiplication property of -1, distrib

Don't mix up your letters and numbers! This interactive Google classroom lesson is the perfect way to practice sorting letters and numbers by shape. This lesson includes 10 problems. On each slide, students will name each letter and number then sort them into the correct category.This includes lesso

This quick digital activity uses Google Slides to engage students in practicing identifying rational and irrational numbers. I created this resource as a short activity for students during remote learning. This resource contains twenty different expressions (10 per slide) for students to sort into "

Represent numerals 1-10 in many different ways with these cards! There are 10 pages of cards (1 page for each numeral). Each numeral is represented by a picture of fingers, tally marks, dot die, and ten frame. Simply cut out the cards and have your students find all of the different ways to repre

Also included in: Pocket Chart - BUNDLE

This beach themed number sorting game is adapted from our BEACH Math and Literacy Centers. This activity is perfect for working on number identification up to 20 as well as counting, subitizing, and matching a quantity to a numeral! To use Boom Cards at home and in the classroom:use a Boom Cards app

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PreK - K

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