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

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

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!

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

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."

Fruit Loops activity to review ratios...can also use for probability and lots of great math ideas for upper grades

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

Site has numerous worksheets...number operations, decimals, fractions, Percents, integers, equations, inequalities, and slope

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

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

WKU Proportions- This is how I teach proportions to my students. There are images that walk you through solving a word problem as well as a video teaching it in my classroom.

Great for teachers! This lesson on ratio and proportion is terrific!

The math ninja - which is the better buy?!

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.

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

Teacher Printables - Free ratios activities and ideas. Visit and subscribe to this blog for LOTS of free teaching ideas!

Learning Specialist and Teacher Materials - Good Sensory Learning: Using Simple Imagery to Help Students Learn Mathematics

"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.

Mrs. Math Geek: 7th Grade Math Anchor Charts

How far away from the Sun is Neptune? Why, 224 sheets of toilet paper away! This great activity from Beakers and Bumblebees uses strips of toilet paper to make a scale model of our solar system -

7th Grade Math Interactive Notebook - Maria Gonzalez - Picasa Web Albums. She has pretty much her whole notebook online :)

If kids are familiar with this format, this would be such an amazing leap.