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Tired of the same old task cards? Are you trying a new blended classroom? Need help integrating technology into math? May be your school is moving to one-to-one devices... Here is a chance to integrate technology and still provide a rigorous problem solving activity! This download comes with directi

Also included in: BUNDLE- Entire 6th grade Google Interactive Activities Collection TEKS Aligned

Interactive notebook page for students to practice ordering and comparing rational numbers on a number line.
This includes a number line, numbers to order, and a journaling component.
This page is part of a BUNDLE.
Rational Number Interactive Notebook Page BUNDLE
Interested in more Math Intera

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Also included in: Comparing and Ordering Rational Numbers BUNDLE--Stations, Notebook

16 task cards that ask students to compare and order rational numbers with a QR code on each card for students to check their answer. There is a second version without QR codes.Students will be asked to compare and order numbers from real life situations. Task cards include ordering and comparing in

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Also included in: Comparing and Ordering Rational Numbers BUNDLE--Stations, Notebook

Guided Notes for ordering and comparing rational numbers. Recommended for after students have been introduced to the "Power Triangle" or how to covert between fractions, decimals, and percents.

This test uses standards from 6th and 7th and 8th grade to challenge students to compare rational numbers using real world application questions, standard algorithm, and ordering different types of rational numbers. This is a challenging test that is used for a school with students who are not at gr

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This is the eleventh lesson in my Math 7 - Unit 1. This lesson teaches students how to compare and order rational numbers: fractions, decimals, percents and scientific notation. This is a direct teaching lesson with clozed notes, teacher display notes, guided practice problems, independent practic

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Also included in: Math 7 Virginia VA SOL 7.1 Complete Unit Bundle - 121 printable pages

A set of rational numbers to use for students to practice ordering and comparing rational numbers, classifying rational numbers, or converting between fractions, decimals, and percents. There are over 100 cards. The numbers include integers, positive and negative fractions, decimals and percents. Al

Also included in: Comparing and Ordering Rational Numbers BUNDLE--Stations, Notebook

Very quick worksheet - good for a warm up or exit ticket. Students are asked to order and compare rational numbers in various forms. One question is a word problem. Free for classroom use, but please do not redistribute - send interested teachers my way instead! Thanks!

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Also included in: Rational Numbers Bundle - 6 Activities!

A Quick Fun Game Comparing Rational Numbers! A great way to practice for a quiz or for back to school review!
I always tell my students that I'm a very visual type of gal and many of them are too! In order to really compare rational numbers, it is helpful to have students locate them on a number

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This worksheet gives students the opportunity to practice comparing and ordering rational numbers (fractions, decimals, positive & negative). Students approximate the location of numbers on the number line. The first 7 problems are designed like the problem on the PARCC practice test. Student

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After careful study I am reformatting my notes to be easier to understand and be better resources for students. They will also more directly address the Common Core standards, and more specifically the Math Florida Standards (my home state).
I have designed this listing to

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Students are given 5 rational numbers in various forms. First, they are asked to classify each number as a whole number, integer, and/or rational number. Second, they have to place the numbers into a diagram representing the subsets of rational numbers. Third, students place the 5 given numbers onto

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This 30-problem worksheet offers excellent practice ordering and comparing rational numbers. Great to use in conjunction with my other Real Number products to give students practice, or remediation if there is a lack of understanding.
Complete solution is included.
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In this acitivty, students will compare and order rational numbers using inequality symbols.
Students line up puzzle pieces to form a 3X3 Grid. There is only one correct answer, and this puzzle can really stump students! I have also provided an answer document where students can complete this act

Comparing Rational Numbers
Activity includes comparing and ordering positive and negative fractions and decimals and absolute value.
How to Play
Students pair up (one getting board A, one getting board B)
The questions on Board A have answers on the bottom of board B (and vice-versa). Students take

Looking for a way to get your middle school math students to compare and order positive rational numbers? In this activity, students will use their knowledge of whole numbers, fractions (proper and improper), mixed numbers, decimals, and percents to answer the questions on 20 task cards ( Please no

This product includes a foldable with suggested notes, worksheet, and answer key covering Comparing Rational Numbers - CCSS.6.NS.C.7.
In my class, I use the left hand side of the notebook for guided notes with foldables, while the right-hand side is reserved for individual practice work. There is a

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Practice comparing rational numbers with this Mystery PictureAligned to TEK 6.2D order a set of rational numbers arising from mathematical and real-world contextsTest the quality of these Mystery Pictures by downloading this FREE Add Integers: Mystery Picture (Emoji)In this activity, students solve

Also included in: End of Year 6th Grade Review - Math Mystery Pictures MEGA BUNDLE

These task cards are full of bare problems and word problems combined to help your students apply their knowledge of comparing and ordering rational numbers to the real world. These cards are great for review or practice of comparing and ordering rational numbers. TEKS covered: 6th Grade: 6.2D and 6

This product is a comparing and ordering activity for rational and irrational numbers. Students have to compare and order decimals, fractions, percents, and radicals that may be positive or negative.
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18 positive numbers & 18 negative numbers (5 radicals, 5 fractions, 4 dec

This no prep note page with doodles introduces students to comparing rational numbers. They are shown how to use the greater than, less than, and equals to signs appropriately to compare values. There is also a practice page where they compare given values.These pages are perfect for student noteboo

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Also included in: 6th Grade Number System No Prep Notes Bundle

This download includes:Three days of guided notes with answer keysIn-class practice with answer keys for all three days Prep and suggested lesson plans for each dayThe notes are great for interactive notebooks. Full page and half size notes included in download.Day 1: Locate integers and rational n

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Working with rational numbers always needs recursive practice and revisit for students. These practice pages ask students to do several types of thinking with rational numbers. First they are asked to sort rational numbers by comparing them to one-half. This initial thinking helps students to think

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