1,000+ results

Introduction to Rational and Irrational Numbers, Guided Notes and Interactive Math Notebook PagesCommon Core Standard 8.NS.A.1Digital version of this product can be found here.Included in this product: Types of Numbers Notes (Full and half page notes)Types of Numbers FoldableGive an example cards (can be used as exit or entrance slip) Rational Numbers NotesIrrational Numbers NotesRational or Irrational Practice with guiding questionsRational and Irrational Numbers cut-and-paste sortRational and

Grades:

7th - 10th

Practice identifying rational and irrational numbers with this fun hidden message puzzle. In this coloring activity, students fill in the spaces with irrational numbers. The problems are simple to complex. Students will need to simplify many of the expressions before knowing if they are rational or irrational. Once the puzzle is shaded correctly, it says, "3.14 is pi day."A great formative assessment and self-assessment for students.The puzzle is included as a printable PDF and as a Google S

Grades:

8th - 9th

Types:

CCSS:

Also included in: 8th Grade Math Activities & Lessons Bundle for the Whole Year

8th grade students will love trying something different with this Real Number System Card Sort. It keeps them engaged all while practicing Rational, Irrational, Integers, Whole & Natural counting numbers.Printable PDF & Digital Versions are included in this distance learning ready The Real Numbers System activity which consists of a set of 40 numbers that can be sorted into Rational vs. Irrational or Rational, Irrational, Integers, Whole, and Natural/Counting Numbers. Google classroom (

Grades:

7th - 9th

CCSS:

Also included in: 8th Grade Math Bundle ~ All My 8th Grade Math Products at 1 Low Price

This Real Number System Activity Bundle includes 6 classroom activities to support students’ knowledge of the real number system. The activities cover classifying real numbers, squares and square roots, estimating square roots, and irrational and rational numbers. These hands-on and engaging activities are all easy to prep! Students are able to practice and apply concepts with these real number system activities, while collaborating and having fun! Math can be fun and interactive!Standards: CCSS

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! TOPICS:Approximate Irrational Numbers (square roots)Complete a table of squares or square rootsGraph rational and irrational numbers on the number lineOrder rational and irrational numbers (including sq

Subjects:

Grades:

6th - 9th

Types:

Also included in: Middle School Math Task Cards - COMPLETE BUNDLE of Station Activities

Dive into the real number system and rational versus irrational numbers with these math stations. Students will learn about the different number systems: natural, whole, integers, rational and irrational. They will analyze the similarities and differences between the systems and apply their knowledge using a Venn diagram. Critical thinking questions help students to have a thorough understanding of the different number systems. The following math stations are included:Number System Vocabular

Grades:

8th - 9th

Types:

CCSS:

Also included in: Middle School Math Stations Bundle

This activity will strengthen students’ skills at comparing and ordering Rational & Irrational numbers. There are 3 number sets that include 5 different numbers and 2 number sets that include 7 different numbers for a total of 29 cards to be compared and ordered.Need a version without irrational numbers? -> Ordering Rational Numbers ActivityImportant InformationThis activity is easy for the teacher to check due to each card having a corresponding letter. The numbers sets include both rati

Subjects:

Grades:

7th - 9th

Types:

Also included in: 8th Grade Math Bundle ~ All My 8th Grade Math Products at 1 Low Price

Students will be constructing a foldable on the real number system (rationals and irrationals). The foldable has three layers: (1) Title, (2) Example, and (3) Definition. There are many options on how you can have students construct the foldable. You can provide students with the foldable already filled out with answers, or you can give them a blank template and have them fill out the foldable. Also, you can mix and match layers so that one layer already has answers and then the next layer needs

Subjects:

Grades:

6th - 9th

Also included in: Math Foldables Bundle (Includes All Math Wheel Foldables)

Looking for an engaging, no-prep activity to practice plotting rational and irrational numbers on a number line? Students will drag 18 numbers into their correct position on the number line with this fun digital and print activity.This activity includes a variety of rational and irrational numbers. Please view the preview file to see all the included numbers and make sure that this activity is appropriate for your students.This product includes the following:A link to the activity on Google Slid

Subjects:

Grades:

6th - 9th

CCSS:

Also included in: Middle School Math Digital and Print Activity Bundle Volume 2

This game can be used with or without an interactive whiteboard or projector to review identifying rational and irrational numbers with 16 questions. This is a perfect approach to class review- fun and engaging for students! You can quickly & easily upload this resource to Google Drive. (Here's a video guide that walks you through how to upload a knockout game to Google Slides.) One thing to keep in mind is that the icons won't disappear when you go back to the main page in Google Slides.Th

This Rational and Irrational Numbers Card Sort is great for practicing identifying and comparing rational and irrational numbers. Students will determine whether each card provided is rational or irrational and paste them in the appropriate column. This activity is great for extra practice, as a station or center, and can be used to add variety to homework or independent work. Students can be hands-on, while still applying their understanding of rational and irrational numbers. Students are able

Subjects:

Grades:

7th - 9th

Types:

These rational and irrational numbers guided notes are aligned to the 8th grade common core state standards. Focus is placed on understanding rational and irrational numbers, converting fractions to decimals, converting decimals to fractions and approximating irrational numbers. Students will calculate, explain, analyze and delve into the real number system. Formatted for back-to-back printing with page numbers. Teacher can create a packet for student organization. IF YOU LIKE THESE NOTES THE

Grades:

8th - 9th

Also included in: 8th Grade Math Curriculum and Activities Bundle CCSS

This set of 5 printable posters serves to provide visuals, definitions, and reminders for students of number systems vocabulary.The following terms are included: rational numberirrational numberintegerwhole numbernatural numberEach poster has several examples.These reference posters are black and white and can be printed on card stock from your own printer, or can be printed as 8th grade math anchor charts as large as 18" x 24".Help your students by hanging these up during your Number Systems un

Subjects:

Grades:

8th - 9th

Types:

Also included in: 8th Grade Math Vocabulary Posters for Word Wall - Full Year

This download includes both a PDF and digital Google Slides version of this activity.DIGITAL: Use the link to access a Google Slides version of this resource. Students will arrange the movable pieces in the correct positions along the number lines.PDF: Complete the cut and paste activity using paper. Match numbers to their correct positions along the number lines.Card sorts are an excellent way to provide students with focused practice that is not tedious. I love incorporating them into inter

Grades:

7th - 10th

Types:

Students will practice plotting rational and irrational numbers on a number line with this fun activity! Students will glue 18 numbers into their correct position on the number line.This activity includes a variety of rational and irrational numbers. Please view the preview file to see all the included numbers and make sure that this activity is appropriate for your students.An answer key is included.This activity is aligned to CCSS 8.NS.A.2.Please note that this activity is NOT editable. The te

Grades:

6th - 9th

Types:

CCSS:

Also included in: 8th Grade Math Printable Activities Bundle

Excited to try Decorated notes but need a product that will fit inside your interactive notebooks? Then Decorated Note Brochures are perfect for you!Research shows that students who sketch, color, or doodle while listening to instruction tend to have better recall. These Decorated Note Brochures combine coloring, note taking, examples, and creative visual triggers to help students remember mathematical concepts. A firm understanding of the types of numbers is critical as students move away f

Grades:

6th - 12th

CCSS:

This foldable is a hands on alternative approach to the traditional Venn Diagram model of teaching the different types of numbers (Rational, Irrational, Integers, Whole, and Natural/Counting).
How it Works
Once assembled the only two categories that can be seen are Rational and Irrational. The Irrational category cannot be lifted up (This shows students that there are no sub categories to Irrational Numbers). The Rational category flap can be lifted up to reveal the Integers category, which

Grades:

6th - 9th

Also included in: 8th Grade Math Bundle ~ All My 8th Grade Math Products at 1 Low Price

In this challenging activity, students explore multiplying and adding rational and irrational numbers. First students identify numbers as rational or irrational. Then, students use those numbers to create multiplication and addition equations. Once they figure out the equations, a pattern will emerge. Students will discover that the sum or product of two rational numbers is rational, and the sum or product of a rational and irrational number is irrational. This inquiry lesson will really get st

Grades:

9th

Types:

CCSS:

Also included in: Algebra 1 and 8th Grade Math Curriculum Bundle for Entire Year

Need an engaging practice activity for approximating values of rational and irrational numbers? Students will love this fun collaborative coloring activity! Here's how the collaborative coloring activity works:Students work in groups of 4. Each group member gets their own sheet of problems to solve. Once all 4 pieces are complete and assembled, a picture of a rabbit is revealed.On each student sheet, students are given about 30 rational and irrational numbers. First, they determine which ones

Grades:

8th - 9th

Types:

Also included in: 8th Grade Math Activities & Lessons Bundle for the Whole Year

Introduction to Rational and Irrational Digital Interactive Notebook for Distance LearningThis is the digital version of this product. Included in this product: Types of Numbers Notes"Give an example" Practice Page (can be used as exit or entrance slip)Rational Numbers NotesIrrational Numbers NotesRational or Irrational Practice with guiding questionsRational and Irrational Numbers Drag and Drop ActivityRational and Irrational Numbers Color Coding practiceRational and Irrational Cut and Paste Gr

Grades:

7th - 9th

Types:

CCSS:

Rational and Irrational Numbers Task Cards + Recording SheetsCommon Core Standard 8.NS.A.1Included in this product:*20 unique task cards dealing with rational and irrational numbers*5 different recording sheets*Answer KeyThese cards are great for math centers, independent practice, "SCOOT" and other cooperative learning models.Check out my other rational and irrational numbers products HERE

Grades:

7th - 10th

CCSS:

Also included in: 8th Grade Math Task Card Bundle

This foldable organizes the product and sum of rational and irrational number, using the following three tabs:Product & Sum of a RATIONAL & RATIONAL NumberProduct & Sum of a RATIONAL & IRRATIONAL NumberProduct & Sum of an IRRATIONAL & IRRATIONAL NumberThis foldable provides a statement and example for each operation. MAFS.912.N-RN.2.3 OR MACC.912.N-RN.B.3 - Explain why the sum or product of two rational numbers is rational; that the sum of a rational number and an irr

Grades:

7th - 10th

CCSS:

Also included in: The Real Number System Foldable Bundle

This Real Number System Spin to Ten Activity will allow students to review skills including estimating square roots, comparing rational and irrational numbers, classifying numbers (rational, integer, whole, natural and irrational), and comparing and ordering real numbers. Students will work with a partner and use a spinner to work through the activity together. Students are able to practice and apply concepts with this real number system activity, while collaborating and having fun! Math can be

Subjects:

Grades:

7th - 9th

Types:

Students will practice classifying real numbers with this fun digital activity! Students will sort 15 real numbers into the categories of rational, or irrational numbers.Please view the preview file to make sure that this activity is appropriate for your students.This product includes the following:A link to the digital activity on Google Slides including student directionsAnswer keyThis activity is aligned to CCSS 8.NS.A.1.Interested in other 8th Grade Math Google Slides Activities?8.NS.1 Conv

Showing 1-24 of 1,000+ results