Ratio Rumble by Math Snacks. Ratio Rumble is all about the player creating the correct ratio given to them by the game with the potions given. Some potions, if used, weaken the opponent, and some must be used before they explode and weaken your own health. Great game for practicing equivalent ratios. 6.RP.3
7th Grade, 6.RP.1, 6.RP.2, 6.RP.3, 7.RP.1, 7.RP.2, SMP1, SMP2, SMP3, SMP4, SMP6 Skills:Writing ratios, analyzing ratios, analyzing proportional relationships, solving proportions, using proportions in the real world, solving for missing values using proportions: Reflections, Tangents, and Other Thoughts on Math Instruction: Pancake Proportions
Students will work together in groups to answer questions on the card correctly. If they get the question correct, they get a point. They also get a chance to shoot however many baskets the card says. This activity gets all the students moving and working together as a team. It comes with 18 cards that are over ratios, proportions, unit rates, and percents. You do not have to have a basketball and goal to play this game.
KidVid: Equivalent Ratios- Watch a video of a student thinking through the concept of equivalent ratios and then demonstrate understanding in this interactive from KET. In the accompanying classroom activity, students review the meaning of equivalent ratio and use the Visualize It! tool to verify that two or more ratios are in fact equivalent.
Shower v. Bath: Ratio and Rate- Compare the cost of taking a shower with the cost of taking a bath in this interactive from WGBH. In the accompanying classroom activity, students use the interactive as a way to practice asking a question and making a plan to gather data that will help answer that question.
Ratio and Proportions Math Enrichment Projects, Plus Vocabulary
This product includes nine creative and fun ratio and proportion math enrichment projects that will take this concept to an entirely new level. From developing ratios from a long journey across a state to determining the proportion of large land mammals, your students will love taking part in these NO-PREP math enrichment projects. Great for advanced math learners, early finisher or whole class fun.$