Back to basics
1 All in proportion
What is it? Activities to help students reflect on the reasoning they use when solving proportion problems
What users say "Lots of nice ideas in here and not just repetitive tasks."
2 Grid expectations
What is it? A worksheet of variables that will help students to identify which ones are related - for example, time spent revising and marks achieved on a test
What users say "Just what I need to stimulate my class into actually thinking."
3 Inversion rates
What is it? Two engaging activities to demonstrate and investigate inverse proportion in real-life situations
What users say "A really interesting task to liven up the subject."
4 The right ratio
What is it? An engaging and interactive introduction to ratio
What users say "Fab! Thank you very much."
5 Apple of your eye
What is it? A grid that students can use to calculate ratios, starting with a basic question about the ratio of red and green apples in a bag and leading to more complex tasks involving recipe ingredients
What users say "A well-thought-out and clear explanation of how to use knowledge of multiplication and division."
6 Cash converters
What is it? A ratio and proportion booklet based on planning a holiday, which covers simplifying and dividing ratios, currency conversion and distance-time graphs
What users say "A great resource - definitely one to download."
7 Magic ingredient
What is it? A worksheet that asks students to calculate proportions based on different recipes, including starters, main courses and desserts
What users say "Good and easily differentiated."
8 Drag races
What is it? A comprehensive lesson with a drag-and-drop starter to demonstrate how equivalent ratios work
What users say "Love it! Thank you - that's my starter sorted for tomorrow."
9 Treasure troves
What is it? Two 20-question treasure hunts ready to be printed
What users say "Thank you. Anything to get students on their feet and circulating is always welcome."
10 Word on the sheet
What is it? Word problems about ratio and an extension sheet with conversion rates and questions
What users say "A very useful resource for the learning of ratio and proportion in a purposeful way. Could be edited to meet different ages' needs."