Visual and graphic organization of properties of rational and irrational numbers. Use a a classroom display, or share during a lesson on the real number system.
If you like the idea behind this graphic organizer, you might like the game I developed this diagram for. It is a 2 player game, though I believe it could be played with three players. To play, students will pull a card and decide if it is a rational or irrational term. Players should check that their opponent moves 3 spaces (like 3 dots) for each irrational number, and 0 spaces (like stopping) for every terminating rational number. A repeating rational number can move ahead 3 spaces PLUS the number of digits in the repetend. If a student is on the same space as another player, they get knocked back to their opponents previous place. Fun times for learning the difference between rational and irrational terms. Check it out!
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