Students use number lines to learn about absolute value and opposite numbers. Includes interactive elements for students to practice their new knowledge. Students will also journal and explain how absolute value and opposite numbers are related. This page is part of a BUNDLE.Rational Number Interactive Notebook Page BUNDLEInterested in more Math Interactive Notebook Pages:Absolute Value and Opposite Numbers.Ordering and Comparing Rational Numbers.Natural Numbers and Whole…
Absolute Value Exploration: Making Absolute Value Clear
Absolute Value Maze Game Activity: Absolute Value Maze is a set of 3 mazes that will give your students an engaging activity to practice finding absolute value. It is great for differentiation, stations or centers, partner work, or homework.
This foldable is organized by the following three tabs: • Absolute Value Equations • Absolute Value Inequalities (less than/ less than or equal to) • Absolute Value Inequalities (greater than/ greater than or equal to) Under each tab, students will work through 2 examples (6 examples total).
Great practice or review to write absolute value equations in vertex form given specific horizontal and vertical shifts AND to describe the horizontal and vertical shifts of absolute value functions from absolute value equations in vertex form.