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Proportion Rummy Equivalent fractions can be a difficult concept to master. This card game provides a fun way to practice an important math skill. All you need is a deck of playing cards, paper, and pencils, and you're ready to get started!

Proportion Activity using juice and soda - Dan Meyer has several videos to solve real world math problems.

Are you ready to engage your students while teachingRatios and Proportional Reasoning? This Interactive Notebook Bundle is aligned to Common Core and contains over 90 pages of lessons, sample pictures and practice just for your classroom.

"For as in ONE BODY we have many members, and the MEMBERS DO NOT ALL HAVE THE SAME FUNCTION... Having gifts that differ according to the grace given to us, let us use them... in proportion to our faith..." Romans 12:3-8.

Unit Rate: Real life math ~ Students use real prices on various products found in stores and use unit rates to determine the better deal.

Great Math Project! From Fast Times of a Middle School Math Teacher: Scaling Up Candy Wrappers. Check out her blog!

Math = Love: Foldable Love (WAY into our future- but the math teacher in me couldn't resist the pin)

4mula Fun! :): Ratios and Proportions Introduction Needed for better explanations for next year!

The ABCs of Art- Learn about the principle of proportion in design and art.

Percents and Proportions Foldable (Outside) I'm teaching this the same way my Algebra 1 teacher taught me: "Is over of equals percent over one hundred."

Rates and Percents Stations! Get your students out of their desks and up and moving by disguising a worksheet as stations! Students will move around the room solving twenty questions about ratios, unit rates, finding percents of numbers, discounts, and sale prices. Directions for suggested use, 21 station cards, student answer sheet, and answer key provided. Five anchor activities related to the topic are included on the 21st station card for early finishers who need a challenge.

Heart Rate Math: Ratios & Proportions Activity with STEM Career Connection. Students learn about heart rate and the importance of this number in sports medicine. They compute their own heart rate after various activities and graph the results. They calculate the target heart rate and answer critical thinking questions. Perfect for middle school math!

Middle School Math Rules!: Two Foldables-Ratio, Rate, and Proportion and Measures of Central Tendency

Middle School Math Moments (and more!): Ratios Fold it Up!

Ratios- great intro video to show your class before your start teaching about ratios.

proportions - I don't like the cross multiplication, but I like the idea of giving a student a newspaper ad to put in their notebooks

Math = Love: Pre-Algebra Road Trip Project teaches older & gifted kids how to understand the concept of proportions.

Everything you need to introduce students to ratio, rate, unit rate, and proportion concepts and ensure they understand and retain them! The 56 pages in this product contain a warm-up problem, a guided note-taking page, illustrated math poetry, and a two-page worksheet for each of four different content areas (ratios, rates, proportions, and word problems). The unit concludes with a challenging competition and comprehensive unit assessment.

MATH Group Teaching/Individual Work Strategy - Foldable: Compare terms and keeping track of multiple steps or vocabulary words can be more organized in a foldable. These foldables can be kept in the classroom, in a folder, glued inside of a notebook or store in a student's file. (Grades 2 - 12) Found on Pinterest.

Percent Proportions Flippable to help students set up Percent Proportions and perfect for Interactive Notebooks

"Ratios and Proportions...and Goldfish!" This blog post is about a great hands-on activity to help students understand a real-life application of ratios and proportions.

Discovering Unit Rates - Grade 7 Pre-Algebra - 1/2 sheet for each student. I print the extra question on the back so they have more room for their work.

This is a cute activity for middle schoolers learning about scale drawings. The goal is to take 2 pictures on small grids and draw them on a large...