Rational and Irrational Numbers: Sort Activity (Interactive notebook option)
Rational and Irrational Number Sort is a great way to review practice the identification of irrational and rational numbers. Students cut out number cards. The students place the cards in a venn diagram. Students not only identify numbers as rational or irrational but also discover that there is no overlap between these two definitions. Great for interactive notebooks. This activity reinforces common core concept: CCSS.MATH.CONTENT.8.NS.A.1.

A great addition to your 8th grade math review and practice and for differentiation.

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Created: Jun 29, 2016

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