# Real Number System Interactive Smart Notebook Lesson

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Real Number System Interactive Smart Notebook Lesson

Here is the breakdown of this lesson:

Slide 1: Why Do We Classify Numbers in Math? The bullets are whited out. So just take your eraser to reveal each one. The kids love it and think it's magic :)

Slide 2: How do we classify in other subject areas? This was a slide to just get them thinking about classifying.

Slides 3-4: Notes on The Real Number System. The notes and answer key are provided with the lesson when you download.

Slide 5: An interactive activity where the students drag the numbers to the correct spot on the board. It will bounce back if they put it in the wrong place.

Slides 6-10: True/False questions related to The Real Number System. I give the students each a red and green card and they hold them up whether they agree or disagree with the statements.

Slides 11-20: Questions in which the students click on all the sets to which the number belongs. The boxes turn red once they select them.

Slide 21: Any Questions?

This lesson worked really well because we kept switching up the activity. In total, it takes roughly 50 minutes.

This resource is included in the following bundle(s):
Middle School Math Activities Bundle
Algebra 1 Curriculum
Algebra 1 Activities Bundle

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