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This compare, locate, and order rational numbers scavenger hunt allow students to have a movement-based way of reviewing concepts to math problems.
How are your scavenger hunts different from others?
My scavenger hunts are completely different than anything on TPT, and anywhere else. They are crea

Compare and Order Rational Numbers - Get your students up and moving with this fast paced, engaging math activity. Scoot is a whole class game where students rotate between desks and do a task at each desk. Aligned with 6th grade Common Core Skills, but works very well with 7th and 8th graders as w

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Ordering Rational Numbers Curriculum Bundle that aligns to the TEKS!
This bundle pack contains Lesson Plans, Notes, INB pages, Homework, Quizzes, Activities, Study Guide, and a Unit Test to teach TEKS 6.2A, 6.2C, 6.2D, & 6.2G)
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• Classifying Rational Numbers
• Comparing and Ord

Ordering Rational Numbers Task Cards with varying difficulty. Meets Texas and CCSS standards on comparing and ordering positive rational numbers.
Added December 6, 2015 (Special Bonus): 12 Extra Task Cards with Negative Numbers
These task cards are included with the Comparing and Ordering Rational

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This "secret message" activity will amuse your students and teach them about ordering rational numbers including integers and positive and negative fraction and decimals.
Directions are printed at the top: In each row, determine which set of three rational numbers are listed from least to greatest

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Ordering rational numbers can be a VERY hard concept for students to understand, so what's better than a fun color by answer activity to have students practice and forget they're even doing "work". :) You may also like my Ordering Rational Numbers with QR Codes Task Cards as well!
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This is a engaging activity when reviewing ordering rational numbers. On the board, draw a number line from -5 to 5. Print the cards and have the students come up and place them on the board one at a time (magnets work, but masking tape is easier to remove). Students will need to give a "thumbs up

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"Solve and Snip" include Interactive Practice Problems for skills aligned with TEKS and Common Core.
In the Comparing and Ordering Rational Numbers Solve and Snip students will read a word problem and then solve the problem by showing work in the show work area. Then once they have solved their pro

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Also included in: Fifth Grade Solve and Snips® Bundle - Interactive Math Word Problems

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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Comparing and Ordering Rational Numbers with River Run. This rational numbers activity is an interactive notebook activity that helps students explore how to locate, compare and order rational numbers on a number line. Easy to make and fun to use, students will enjoy "floating" their boats down the

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Ordering Rational Numbers Task Cards
Task cards are excellent for classroom practice. So versatile with many options for implementation: stations, scoot, relay races, math centers. Students get hands on practice with problem solving.
24 cards are included that review: ordering rational numbe

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Also included in: 6th Grade Number System Activity Bundle - Rational Numbers

These 30 task cards on rational numbers include these topics.
*Describe a situation using positive and negative numbers.
*Graph rational numbers on a number line.
*Graph points in all four quadrants of a coordinate plane..
*Compare rational numbers using > or <, and order a group of rational

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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This is a 4 page worksheet on equivalent fractions and decimals and ordering rational number word problems. Students will need to change fractions into decimals and decimals into fractions to decide which are equivalent. Students will also need to compare and order rational numbers. Answer keys i

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This is the perfect activity to both challenge students and provide additional practice with ordering positive and negative integers, fractions, decimals, and mix numbers. There are 7 sets that have 8 numbers that need to be placed in order on a number line. Each set is both color coded and labelled

This product is a coloring activity that has the student comparing and ordering rational numbers. It has a variety of different types of problems, such as determining fractions from pictures, and ordering and representing rational numbers! It's a wonderful activity that incorporates fun into the cl

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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.

This interactive notebook page helps students ordering and comparing rational numbers using number lines and converting numbers to similar forms. It will help students order and compare fractions, decimals, percents, and integers.
There are two versions of notes included, one fill in the blank and

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

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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Do you need math activities on Comparing and Ordering Rational numbers? Look no more. You will find a collection of 22 activities designed for Grade 8 that teach students how to compare and order numbers in fun and motivating ways.
Some activities include:
•Each student is given a sticky note. T

Compare and Order Rational Numbers:
This lesson bundle includes an editable teacher Powerpoint presentation, student notes with included practice problems, several homework assignments, small group activity, skills quiz, and answer keys.
All the talking points and the types of problems needed t

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This is a game that can be played between two students with a typical "memory game" format. Pick up cards one at a time matching a fraction to the decimal. If it's a pair, hold on to it. If not, replace the card. The person with the most matches at the end wins! Answer key is attached!

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Ordering Rational Numbers - Color by Answer Activity
This is a great way to add some fun to your math classroom! With this activity, students will order 20 sets of numbers from least to greatest or greatest to least. The difficulty of each group of numbers varies, so this can be used for learners o

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This quiz asks students to order and compare rational numbers, including fractions, improper fractions, mixed numbers, decimals, percents, whole numbers, and negative numbers. This is also a good preview or remediation assignment for TEKS 8.2D.
Part of the TEKS quiz series, available for all 7th an

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