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Matching game where students must match a given rational number (fraction) with its corresponding plotted point on a number line. Set includes 16 cards and their matches, and incorporates both positive and negative rational numbers.

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This product includes a foldable with suggested notes, worksheet, and answer key covering Plotting Rational Numbers - CCSS.6.NS.C.6.
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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plotting on line plot
Plotting coordinates

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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

Included in this product: Guided Notes and practice with the following titles:*Rational Numbers on the Number Line*Absolute Value*Review Questions*Adding Rational Numbers*Subtracting Rational Numbers*Multiplying Rational Numbers*Dividing Rational Numbers*Simplifying Rational Numbers Using Division*D

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Rational Numbers and Square Roots Worksheet description
This worksheet is three pages in length. It satisfies the requirements for common core 8.NS.2. Prerequisites for students are that they know how to use the sq. root key on a calculator, understands the following: absolute values, sq. root

This highly engaging activity is a great resource to use to reinforce a lesson on plotting, comparing and ordering rational number or reading rational numbers on a number line.
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• A 10 problem coloring page activity
Answer keys included.
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This Google Slides Activity includes 17 slides with various activities relating to negative numbers and exploring absolute value when given real-world scenarios.
Students are asked to sort numbers depending upon whether they are integers or not, plot positive and negative numbers on a number line,

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Understand rational numbers can be plotted on a number line or coordinate plane. Answer questions regarding the number line and plot integers. Scaffolded lesson provides for classroom differentiation. Can be used as a lesson leader, guided practice, independent practice, for cooperative learning a

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This video aligns with the Common Core Standards.
The screen cast includes examples of how to plot both rational and irrational numbers on the number line, as well as an introduction (with examples) of the concept of closure.
Placing Rational and Irrational Numbers on the Number Line by Brandon J.

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

With this purchase you will receive a Google Form Quiz on plotting absolute values on the number line. The instructions are easy to follow for you to make a copy of the quiz to your Google Drive. Then you can assign to your students using Google Classroom or some other method.
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Students will order fractions and decimals from greatest to least by comparing the average scores of six golfers. Students will also have to describe the strategy they took to discover their answer and describe an alternative strategy to solve the problem. Furthermore, students will have to create

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This product has been the BEST way for my student to practice plotting rational and irrational numbers at their own pace! This is the perfect way to scaffold plotting rational and irrational numbers and expressions for your students! Pairs of students begin at the first level (or the level you des

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This is a two page quiz on comparing and ordering rational numbers. The first 3 questions are on finding the opposite of a positive or negative integer and plotting them on a number line. The next 8 questions compare rational numbers. Following those are 2 questions on ordering multiple rational num

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Use masking tape on the wall to create a coordinate grid. I use this activity to show that a coordinate grid is make up of a vertical and horizontal number line, which challenging students to plot rational numbers on these lines. I set up about 5-6 grids throughout the classroom. Each group gets

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This product includes 2 worksheets on rational numbers and number lines. Each sheet includes 4 questions on which two integers a rational number falls between, 5 questions on plotting a point on a number line, and 1 word problem.
If you are using the Go Math series, this product accompanies Chapt

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*****TEKS & STAAR aligned*****
BEST FOR STAAR TEST PREP
6.2D: TSW order a set of rational numbers arising from mathematical and real-world contexts.
This product is designed for partners to complete as a classroom activity. Students manipulate task cards with rational numbers to practice orde

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This is an interactive activity. Cut out numbers the numbers provided. It is recommended to use 2 different colors of paper- one for the benchmark numbers and one for the other numbers. Use the 3 benchmarks and put them up. Have students place the other 24 numbers in the correct position on the

Four days worth of Number Line Warm-Up Problems. Give your students a chance to practice using and understanding Number Lines and Rational Numbers (both negative and positive). Students will be able to identify plotted points, create a number line individually and use fractions to understand the mag

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- In this digital activity, students will order rational numbers from greatest to least and least to greatest. They will also be plotting rational numbers on a number line.
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Students are given a set of rational numbers and will plot them in the correct spots on the number line. They will then look to see if they have a set of numbers that are the opposites of each other and list them at the bottom of the sheet.

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Get students to master 5.NBT.3 and 6.NS.6! This document includes guided notes and student practice. Students will plot and identify fractions and decimals on number lines.

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