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This unit is a 9 day unit that can be used to teach the real number system. The unit includes notes, homework, a quiz, a unit study guide and a unit test. All activities are directly aligned to CCSS (8.NS.1, 8.NS.2, and 8.EE.2) and TEKS (8.2A, 8.2B
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Real Number System Activity Bundle - This bundle includes 6 classroom activities to support students’ knowledge of the real number system. All are hands on, engaging, easy to prep, and perfect to incorporate into the classroom, intervention time,
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Classifying Real Numbers Mystery Pattern – Perfect practice for a challenging concept! Easy prep – just print and use! Students will use five different colored pencils or crayons to shade and classify numbers as rational, integer, whole, natural or
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Rational and Irrational Card Sort – Students will practice identifying and comparing rational and irrational values. This activity is hands-on and a great way to get students communicating about math! It’s easy to use and can be completed
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Students solve systems of equations in order to correctly work their way through a maze. There are two mazes included. Maze #1 has one equation written in slope-intercept form, and Maze #2 does not have either equation written in slope-intercept
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Estimating Square Roots Maze – These two mazes are an easy to use (no prep!) way to challenge student’s ability to estimate square roots. Students will be given a plotted point on a number line and will then identify which irrational square root it
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Functions Card Sort – Students will practice identifying functions from tables, mapping, graphs, equations and sets of ordered pairs. This activity is hands-on and a great way to get students communicating about math! It’s easy to use and can be
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Real Number System Spin to Ten – This activity will allow students to review skills from the Real Number System Unit, including estimating square roots, comparing rational and irrational numbers, classifying numbers (rational, integer, whole,
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Classifying Real Numbers Guess My Number – Students will use clue cards to investigate and correctly identify 10 different real numbers. This activity is a fun way to help students master the differences between rational, integer, whole, natural and
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Square Roots “I Have Who Has” – A great challenge for the whole class! “I Have Who Has” is a fun way to get everyone in on the practice. Students will work as a class to correctly identify the squares and square roots from 1-15. Students will
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Maneuvering the Middle is focused on providing student-centered math lessons. On the blog you can find valuable tips for lesson planning, classroom technology, and math concepts in the middle school classroom. After seven years in middle schools around Texas, I feel privileged to focus on high-quality engaging lessons. Allowing you to do what you do best, teach. I believe that the combination of a teacher who cares and engaging materials can’t be beat in the classroom. Thanks for allowing me to join in on the journey. Maneuvering the Middle on the Web

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By helping students to master math concepts through real life experiences and connections, they are more likely to retain the knowledge and be able to apply it. In my classroom, we do lots of hands on activities to keep the learning fun and engaging.

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