# Irrational numbers

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Rational vs. Irrational Numbers Sorting Activity is a quick and engaging way for students to practice identifying rational and irrational numbers quickly. It can be used as cyclical review of the difference between rational and irrational numbers. Supports CCSS 8.NS.A.1

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.

Math = Love: Algebra 1 Unit 1 Interactive Notebook Pages

Lots of practicing sorting rational and irrational numbers into the correct bin.

☆ Operations with Rational and Irrational Numbers | Common Core Math - YouTube

$ CCSS 8.NS.1 & 8.NS.2 - Irrational and Rational Numbers Stations (20 Problems); Topics: Approximate Irrational Numbers (square roots); Complete a table of squares or square roots; graph rational and irrational numbers on the number line; order rational and irrational numbers (including square roots) from least to greatest; determine whether numbers are rational or irrational; defining rational and irrational numbers; show examples of rational and irrational numbers

Mini Task Cards are a great alternative to a worksheet for practicing the differences between Rational and Irrational numbers. Great for centers, bell work, classwork, or as a formative assessment. Supports 8.NS.A.1

In this quiz, students assess their understanding of standard HSN.RN.B.3. Students answer four multiple choice questions and one matching question that test their ability to explain why the sum or product of two rational numbers is rational, that the sum of a rational number and an irrational number is irrational, and that the product of a nonzero rational number and an irrational number is irrational. @WisewireEd

Card sorts are an excellent way to provide students with focused practice that is not tedious. I love incorporating them into interactive notebooks.

This short (13-slide) .pptx is perfect for introducing (or reviewing) the differences between rational and irrational numbers. This is a CCSS-al...