These task cards allow you to differentiate practice of many number systems tasks including: classifying, comparing, ordering, and graphing rational numbers. Students also practice calculating absolute value, opposites, and additive operations with rational numbers.
The grouping of the number cards into sets lets you decide the difficulty of the activity. Include only one set or include them all to control the values that your students will need to work with.
You can also choose between task difficulty. There are six cards in each category, so you can direct your students to either easier or more challenging choices. The categories include: Graphing, Number Lines, Written Responses, and Numerical Responses.
•Rational Number Interactive Notebook
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