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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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Rational Number Line Activity This activity includes 3 sections! Part 1: Students place fractions/decimals/percents in the correct location on the given number line. Part 2: Students identify spots already marked on the number line in the given format of fraction, decimal, or percent. Part 3: St
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This product includes a foldable with suggested notes, worksheet, and answer key covering Subtracting Rationals on a Number Line – CCSS.7.NS.A.1, 1.C. 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
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Included are number lines in png format for the following fractional amounts: 1/2, 1/3, 1/4, 1/5, 1/6, 1/7, 1/8, 1/9, 1/10 *Each number line also comes in three different formats. 1) A regular number line that includes simplified mixed numbers and whole numbers where appropriate. 2) A number
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8 number lines in png format Number Lines are transparent and easy to resize Number Lines included are as fallows: -1 to 1 by onefifths -1 to 1 by onefourths -1 to 1 by onethirds -1 to 1 by onehalves -2 to 2 by onefifth -2 to 2 by onefourths -2 to 2 by onethirds -2 to 2 by onehalves Great for Midd
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In this short packet, students review finding the square rot of perfect squares, and then place them on a number line. Students are directed to complete #6-10 only if they make mistakes in #1-5. Answer keys are included for each part. An additional product is coming soon for students to add the sq
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These can be cut and taped to the top of student desks as reference points or taped to the top of dry erase boards. Fine tip expos work great for rational number placement with ease during instruction
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Rational Number LinefourthsFraction and decimal, color coded
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Rational Number LinefifthsFraction and decimal, color coded
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Rational Number LinehalvesFraction and decimal, color coded
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A 12 day CCSS-Aligned Rational Numbers Unit - including adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing rational numbers (both positive and negative). Students will use the additive inverse property, number line models, and the algorithm to solve rational number problems.Standards: 7.NS.1, 7.NS.2, 7
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An 8 day CCSS-Aligned Decimals Unit - including introducing the number line to comparing and ordering rational numbers, and absolute value. Standards: 6.NS.5, 6.NS.7, 6.NS.7a, 6.NS.7b, 6.NS.7c, 6.NS.7d Texas Teacher? Grab the TEKS-Aligned Numerical Representations Unit. Please don’t purchase b
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Operations with Rational Numbers is a core foundation unit to begin each and every school year with! Reviewing and extending upon the concepts of rational numbers, positive and negative integers, fractions and more are definitely skills to implement and review throughout the school year.. This Oper
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This activity consists of 32 task cards with the following types of rational numbers: 8 positive and negative fractions 8 positive and negative decimals 8 positive and negative improper fractions 8 mixed review cards (repeating decimals, unsimplified fractions, etc). The recording sheet has 4 numb
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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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You will love using math stations! They provide an EASY day for you, and a FUN activity for your students. Try having students rotate around the room, increasing their fluency of the CCSS 8.NS.A.1 and 8.NS.A.2 standards. Get them ready for that quiz or test on irrational and rational numbers! TO
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This is a 7 day unit on Integers. This unit covers Common Core 6.NS.5, 6.NS.6 A, 6.NS.6 C, and 6.NS.7 . Each day has a Power Point that includes a warm-up with answers, notes and a closure of the lesson. Guided notes or flippables are provided for each lesson as well as an activity and a practice s
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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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Ordering and comparing fractions and decimals 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 fractions and decimals, and randomly distribute them to your students. Directions for
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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

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Looking to spice up your math time? This product includes 3 center activities that help students master number relationships by classifying between whole numbers, integers, and rational numbers, ordering rational numbers on a number line, and comparing rational numbers. This download includes 32
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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
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