Cross Multiplication for Ratios and Proportions! Another Flippable for Proportions!
Percents and Proportions Foldable
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.
Anchor Charts - Math - Ms. Glantz
Ratios anchor chart!
Find the Best Buy! Unit Rate Comparison Activity: for Middle School Math. After students have mastered the ability to compute unit rates, use this activity to reinforce their prior learning and teach them how to be savvy shoppers at the grocery store! Students chose two pairs or more of like items, find the unit rates of each and determine which is the better buy.
This activity on unit rates is described on the blog. It involves using ads for kids to calculate unit rate, which is a very relevant task. Then, the activity described as a follow up is not available for download without an account. So an alternate activity will have to be created. Aligned to RP.2
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 $6 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.
Interesting Intergraph based off the worlds statistics
.Could be used to teach capacity/measurement.
Student reference sheet for similarity unit. $1
The math ninja - which is the better buy?!
Percent of a Number Foldable from Middle School Math Mania on TeachersNotebook.com (2 pages) - This is a foldable that explains finding the percent of a number mentally, using proportions, and by multiplying. $1.50
Real-life Unit Rate Activity for middle school math broken down step-by-step. Reinforces procedure to find the unit rate of three student chosen items from any grocery store advertisement. Students love unit rates because of the relevancy!
No Printing Required! Real World Ratio Word Problems
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 $6 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.
Why we need to understand math... Just thought of a cool idea for extra credit, have students find and bring in pictures of "bad math" they see in everyday life. Can be run for the whole marking period w/ a limit of possible points. Then display them on a bulletin board.
Great for teachers! This lesson on ratio and proportion is terrific!
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.
Middle School Math Moments (and more!): Ratios Fold it Up!
The Teacher Who Hated Math: Rates and Ratios Intro
Using Ratios to Convert Measurement Units **QR CODE Task Cards**
With this download you will receive 4 sets of my ratios and proportions task cards. This bundle will cost you $2.00 more if you purchase these sets individually. There is also a set of self-checking QR Code task cards included in this bundle. Answer keys are included for each set of task cards.
Here's a great anchor chart on the meaning of prediction.
"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.