This fun paper chain resource is all about classifying and ordering rational numbers. Your middle school students will order 24 numbers. They will then classify them. Finally they will cut out the links and link them together in order from least to greatest. The links will form a growth mindset quote that your students can discuss in class. A comparing rationals worksheet with answers is also included.
- Twenty-Four rational numbers to classify, order, create a chain, and find the growth mindset quote.
- Worksheet for comparing numbers (absolute value included) and writing about your quote included.
- Answer Key
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