This is a one-sided practice page with 10 questions over ordering rational and irrational numbers.
The student is give a list of real numbers in different orders and has to choose the group that is listed from least to greatest. The practice page starts off rather easy with only 3 numbers in the list and increases in difficulty with up to 5 numbers in the list. Rational and irrational, positive and negative numbers are mixed together. Percents are not included.
After circling their answer choice, the student colors a tessellation design.
Why not color something mathematical? Key included.
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