# Repeating decimal

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Students order Real numbers in this math pennant activity that doubles as classroom decor. Each pennant comes with 4 Real numbers to order. Students cut out their 4 numbers and order them from least to greatest before pasting them onto their pennant. Real numbers include: terminating and repeating decimals, terms with pi, fractions, mixed numbers, perfect squares, imperfect squares, negatives. On each pennant there is an additional question for students to answer, such as "Which number is…

Eighth grade math teachers, start off the year right by meeting the needs of all your middle school students! This real numbers unit contains notes and practice (homework) that are differentiated to meet the needs of students who require skeletal or teacher notes, students who have been absent, students who benefit from added challenge and more! Review the real number system, properties of numbers, integers, and rational numbers before diving into repeating decimals and square and cube…

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In this repeating decimals activity, students will learn to distinguish between rational and irrational numbers. Students will also be able to convert repeating decimals to fractions and fractions to repeating decimals. Brought to you by Free to Discover.This product is part of the Discovery-Based Worksheet Series.

In this cooperative matching game, students will practice converting between repeating decimals and fractions. There are some non-repeating pairs mixed in to ensure students can distinguish between fractions that correspond with terminating decimals versus repeating decimals. Included: -24 matching cards -Follow-up worksheet -Answer Keys -Teacher's Guide with CCSS, objectives, materials, and procedure

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FREEBIE - This product includes a guided notes page for students to glue in their notebooks. The notes take students through a series of steps to use in order to change a repeating decimal to a fraction. Following the note page, students will work on five problems. One example is provided for the assignment. A variety of repeating decimals (one digit, two digits, etc.) is given for students to complete.

In this cooperative matching game, students will practice converting between repeating decimals and fractions. There are some non-repeating pairs mixed in to ensure students can distinguish between fractions that correspond with terminating decimals versus repeating decimals. Included: -24 matching cards -Follow-up worksheet -Answer Keys -Teacher's Guide with CCSS, objectives, materials, and procedure

Converting Decimals to Fractions Worksheet54 items (2 pages)Convert each terminating decimal to a fraction.Writing Repeating Decimals Using Bar NotationConvert each repeating decimal to a fraction.Convert each repeating decimal to a fraction.I use this worksheet for classwork or for extra creditEnjoy

The perfect handout to glue in interactive notebooks on repeating decimals. Engage your students with this excellent Repeating Decimals to Fractions and Fractions to Decimals Reference Sheet for middle schoolers learning about the Number System! Great for interactive notebooks and for reference.

FREEBIE - This product includes a guided notes page for students to glue in their notebooks. The notes take students through a series of steps to use in order to change a repeating decimal to a fraction. Following the note page, students will work on five problems. One example is provided for the assignment. A variety of repeating decimals (one digit, two digits, etc.) is given for students to complete.

Correlated with the CCSSI 8.NS, this Powerpoint lesson teaches the conversion of a repeating decimal into a fraction through step-wise demonstration. Worksheet included.

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This fun coloring activity can be used to review or practice how to chance a repeating decimal into a fraction. (8.NS.1)

In this activity, students will learn to distinguish between rational and irrational numbers. Students will also be able to convert repeating decimals to fractions and fractions to repeating decimals. Brought to you by Free to Discover.