# Interactive & Digital 6th Math Word Wall Rational Numbers Distance Learning

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**This 26-card interactive word wall will get your middle school students learning and remembering their academic vocabulary in no time! Included are three sets of 8.5X11 identical cards: one color, one black and white, and one for coloring in. Students use the google form for assessment or to practice their new knowledge. They can use index cards or post-it notes to add to the word wall. You can even print out the cards smaller and put them on an o-ring so they have their own set. Your visual learners and ELL students will appreciate and learn from these activities too!**

**This resource includes:**

•Three identical sets of numbered vocabulary cards. This 26-card set has a color version, a black-and-white version, and an outlined set for coloring in so you can choose whichever one you prefer.

•A 20-question, “question bank” based on the cards.

•An editable google form with the “question bank” questions included.

•Instructions and other ideas for using these word wall cards.

**The words for this rational number set include:**

Integers

Whole Numbers

Natural Numbers

Rational Numbers

Irrational Numbers

Bar Notation

Equal

Inequalities

Is Less Than

Is Greater Than

Is Less Than or Equal to

Is Greater Than or Equal to

Absolute Value

Sum

Difference

Product

Quotient

Factor

Greatest Common Factor

Fraction

Numerator

Denominator

Proper Fraction

Mixed Number

Improper Fraction

Simplify a Fraction

Simplified Form

Division

Dividend

Divisor

Place Value

Reciprocal (Multiplicative Inverse)

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