Students will determine which two sets a given number belongs to and which one it does not and explain their reasoning of how it meets the criteria to belong to a certain set or not. Great way to promote writing and reasoning in your math class.
Cornell notes aligned with TEK 8.2B. Includes fill in the blank notes. There are a few example problems that students can complete by hand or use a calculator and then plot on the number line. Using square roots to determine a side length of a
A whodunnit mystery based on the game CLUE where students need to answer questions about the real number system in order to determine who played a prank on Binky the sad clown as well as where and with what item the prankster used.
A way to practice griddable answers on standardized tests. For each question students are given a number to bubble in the correct position on the griddable answer document. This practice includes a fixed decimal point and positive and negative