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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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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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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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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 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

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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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

Use this foldable to review or introduce comparing and ordering rational numbers using a number line. Practice page now included. Answer key is provided.
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Also included in: Unit 5 Bundle: Rational Numbers

Powerpoint presentation teaching comparing and ordering rational numbers on a number line. Numbers are in the form of fractions, mixed numbers, decimals, and percents. i used this lesson with both an interwrite pad and smartboard.

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In my classroom, I teach the students to order numbers using a specific process. First, change all the numbers to decimals. Second, line up the decimals. Third, write the numbers in the correct order. This worksheet provides space for each step.
There are 4 ordering questions that include numbe

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This quiz is a classroom-tested creation. This was made to test students' abilities with recognizing the order of rational numbers, but especially negative numbers. Students often label, for example, -2 Â½ incorrectly to the right of the -2 because on the positive side of the number line, 2 Â½ goe

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Seven problems to review comparing and ordering fractions on a number line. Students should use knowledge of benchmark fractions and how to convert fractions to decimals to determine where rational numbers go on a number line.

Great skill practice for paying close attention to what order is asked, as well as correctly ordering positive and negative decimals. When I realized how much my students struggled in this area, we began using grid paper to help them line up the decimals. I hope these help either as a reminder in

8.1A compare and order rational numbers in various forms including integers, percent's, and positive and negative fractions and decimals.
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Set of Narrowing the Gap cards (cut apart)
How to Play
• Remove the -1 and 1 from the stack. Place them on opposite sides of each other, approximately

Do your students need some practice comparing and ordering rational numbers? If so, you're in luck! Use these task cards in centers, group work, use along with a game, and even a SCOOT activity.
These task cards include the following skills:
-compare 2 whole numbers
-compare 2 numbers with fractio

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Two pages of ISN notes - one that gives simple steps for ordering positive rational numbers and a second page that includes both positive and negative rational numbers. Included in this document is a set of 8 task cards for students to use in ordering rational numbers on a number line.
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8 cards for Ordering Rational Numbers on a number line.
Fun baseball theme with ink saving option.
Great for practice and/or assessment after a unit.
Answer Key and Recording Sheet included

A short 9 question "quiz" to assess students ability to interpret inequality statements, and interpret and explain statements of order using integers and rational numbers. The questions are mostly real-world statements, in which students are asked to identify and order the rational numbers. There is

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I created this worksheet to reinforce comparing and ordering rational numbers. I included fractions, decimals and negative numbers. Students must create a number line, list and compare rational numbers. It also includes a story problem at the end.

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