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Rational or Irrational Texting Activity is an engaging way for students to identify and describe the characteristics of rational and irrational numbers. They will read and analyze text message and write their own series of text messages that describe rational and irrational numbers.
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This is a quick and engaging way for students to practice identifying rational and irrational numbers quickly. It can be used as cyclical review of the difference between rational and irrational numbers.
Supports CCSS 8.NS.A.1
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This set of Mini Task Cards is better than a worksheet for practicing the differences between Rational and Irrational numbers. Great for centers, bell work, classwork, or as a formative assessment.
This resource includes:
-18 Mini Task Cards
-Answer Key
-10 Low Prep Engaging Ways to Use Task Car

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Rational vs. irrational numbers has never been so much fun than by playing this rational vs. irrational numbers tic tac toe game. There are three versions of rational vs. irrational numbers tic tac toe included in this product. This is a perfect activity for math centers, additional partner practic

This ready to use product is a quick, fun way to have your students practice classifying numbers. Students will be given 25 different numbers and will need to classify each one as rational or irrational. Instead of writing their answers, students will color them! You can either choose the colors f

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This is a brief overview of the difference between rational and irrational numbers. It gives students the opportunity to identify key differences between rational vs. irrational numbers and can be used a whole class lesson, or independently by students in a flipped classroom model.
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Rational vs. Irrational Numbers - HS.N.RN.3
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-2, 60 minute lessons
-1 Standard Based Quiz
Each lesson is broken down as follows:
-Warm-Up slide allowing students to see spiraled content, along with information beneficial to furthering their knowledge in the days lesson
-Notes slide for t

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This set of foldables and inserts is designed to be used through out a multi-day unit on Rational and Irrational Numbers Including Approximating Irrational Numbers. It has a set of I Can Statements, a vocabulary page, 3 foldable note pages, example problems, and a cheat sheet. It takes you from bu

This is a math test prep lesson that explains rational and irrational numbers, as well as how to compare and compute with decimal numbers, as part of the Number and Operations material that many state exams cover.
This is one of 61 lessons available in the workbook titled The Essentials of High Sch

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Rational vs Irrational Numbers Flowchart Graphic Organizer
This graphic organizer allows students to compare the differences between rational and irrational numbers.
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This project aims to guide students through making a foldable that defines Rational Numbers and Irrational Numbers. The foldable allows students to easily compare and contrast the definitions of rational and irrational numbers. Students can use this foldable resource to help them classify real numbe

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A fun way for your students to learn the differences between rational and irrational numbers. 24 different examples are cut and pasted onto construction paper to create a poster. Students will also write the definitions of "rational numbers" and " irrational numbers" and will give a written justific

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These guided notes are great as an introduction into rational and irrational numbers. This product includes discerning the difference between rational and irrational numbers, converting between fractions, decimals, and percents, and converting repeating decimals into fractions.

Students are required to describe rational numbers, classify numbers as rational or irrational, and discuss why all whole numbers are rational.

This Worksheet Includes:
* Practice questions to help students master Rational vs Irrational Numbers
* Detailed Answer explanations for every question
Plus access to Online Resources which include:
* Additional practice questions
* Instructional videos and mobile apps related to the learning objec

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Foldalbe that compares rational numbers and irrational numbers. Also details the different types of rational numbers

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a short presentation with hyperlinks to the internet on the difference between rational and irrational numbers.

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Use this graphic organizer to help students understand the difference between these numbers. Double-sided sheet with 15 practice problems on the back side. My students refer to this sheet often when faced with knowing the difference between rational and irrational.

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Determining if a number is Rational or Irrational. Check boxes.

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Helping students to classify the difference between rational and irrational numbers.

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Assess your students to see if they know the difference between rational and irrational numbers!

Worksheet to review the differences between rational and irrational numbers.

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Need practice sorting rational vs irrational problems? A fun and interactive activity for all students is here! Have students cut out all the problems and then glue them under the appropriate category; rational or irrational. This activity can be done individually or with partners. Included *34 Pr

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This pack of a lesson, games, and activities is a great way to introduce and practice the concept of identifying whether a number is rational or irrational. I've used these strategies with advanced students and with struggling students. Lots of engagement without any worksheets!
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