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Proportions Word Problems made fun!This product contains 10 word problems that can be solved using proportions. These are real world applications for proportions. I always find my students need more practice with word problems that the textbook provides, so I made my own!Post the pages around your classroom in a random order.

This product includes a twenty task cards divided into five stations about proportional reasoning. The stations include four questions on each of the following: graphs, tables, verbal descriptions, equations and ratios. Students are asked to explain how they know if a proportional relationship exits in a graph, table, and a verbal description. Students are also asked to calculate the constant of proportionality and to identify it in a table, graph and equation.

Heart Rate Math: Ratios & Proportions Activity with STEM Career Connection. Great for Valentine's Day! 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!