# Real numbers

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This card sort activity has students categorize 24 statements about the Real Number System as Always True, Sometimes True, and Never True. The statements relate to the different types of numbers in the Real Number System: Real, Irrational, Rational, Integer, Whole, and Natural. 8.2A Extend previous knowledge of sets and subsets using a visual representation to describe relationships between sets of real numbers

Math = Love: Real Number System Graphic Organizer and Interactive Notebook Pages

Math = Love: Algebra 2 Skill 1: Classifying Real Numbers

This graphic organizer may be used as an informal pre-assessment, class practice, buddy activity, math notebook notes, or individual note taking for the Real Number System. The task includes a number "Sprinkles" bank. Directions: Students will first 'Sprinkle" the numbers on the ice cream scoops in order to classify irrational numbers, rational numbers, whole numbers, integers, and natural numbers.

Math = Love Make a set of nesting boxes to illustrate the number systems and have students place the index cards in the correct box(es)

classification of the sets of real numbers using stack of funnels

Stations for Real Numbers

Algebra Interactive Notebook

A Sea of Math: Classifying Real Numbers is a Cakewalk (Game idea with awesome questions!) Easily adaptable and CHEAP to implement

"Directions: Using only numbers 1-8 (without repeating any number), fill in the boxes to create the following number types:"

Math = Love: Real Number System Graphic Organizer and Interactive Notebook Pages

ISSUU - Grade 8 Algebra Interactive Notebook by Deborah Dyer

Great activity for 8th Grade Math and Algebra 1 Students to practice sorting the real numbers into Irrational, Rational, Integers, Whole, and Natural/Counting Numbers! 8.2A Extend previous knowledge of sets and subsets using a visual representation to determine relationships between sets of real numbers

Rational Number Flow Chart Black and White

This is a foldable used to help students understand the real number system. The outside flaps cover the irrational and rational numbers. Inside the foldable there are 3 more flaps containing the integers, whole numbers and natural numbers. Students write down what it means for a number to be either rational or irrational. A bank of numbers is also included for the student to classify after the foldable is put together.This foldable can be put together with one sheet of paper.

This would be great hands on practice for my students at comparing and ordering real numbers! 8.2D Order a set of real numbers arising from mathematical and real-world contexts.