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Ratios

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Ratios: These ratios cootie catchers are a great way for students to have fun while they practice their skills with ratios. How to Play and Assembly Instructions are included. Ratios Cootie Catchers Contents: There are 2 cootie catchers in this product, each one having 8 problems for a total of 16 problems. Each cootie catcher has problems which involve equivalence, word problems, reducing ratios, and determining ratios from patterns. Answers to each problem are included. *** Enjoy this Lesson? Do a search for my other Cootie Catchers: *** ♦ Grades 1-3: Addition Arrays Balancing Equations Coins Estimating Sums Expanded Form Fact Families Greater Than Less Than Long Division Missing Addends Multiplication Word Problems Number Bonds Word Problems Skip Counting Subtraction Telling Time ♦ Grades 3-5: Balancing Equations Capacity Comparing Decimals Decimals Elapsed Time Expanded Form Exponents Fact Families Factors & Multiples Fractions Fractions on a Number Line Greater Than Less Than Greatest Common Factors Least Common Multiple Long Division Mean, Median, Mode, & Range Metric Measurement Mixed Numbers Multiplication Number Patterns Order of Operations Percents Place Value Prime & Composite Numbers Prime Factorization Probability Properties of Mult. Rounding Word Problems ♦ Grades 6-8: Customary Measurements Fractions: Add & Sub, Decimals, & Percents Fractions: Equivalent & Reducing Fractions Greater Than Less Than Improper Fractions & Mixed Numbers Integers Operations with Fractions Rational Numbers Ratios Simple Interest ♦ Geometry: 3D Shapes Angle Pair Relationships Area of a Circle & Composite Figures Circumference of a Circle Missing Angles Perimeter Polygons Pythagorean Theorem Quadrilaterals Surface Area of Rectangular Prisms Volume & Surface Area of Cylinders Volume of Cones, Rectangular Prisms, & Triangular Prisms ♦ Algebra: Absolute Value Combining Like Terms Distributive Property Equations Evaluating Expressions Inequalities Linear Equations Polynomials Proportions Quadratic Equations Scientific Notation Simplifying Expressions Slope System of Equations Two Step & Multi Step Equations Writing Expressions
Ratio & Proportion!Quick View
stephigittins

Ratio & Proportion!

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Everything you need to teach year 7 - 10 ratio lessons! All lessons contain: 5 a day starter, learning objectives with progress tick sheet, Fully animated and clear examples, Differentiated, colour-coordinated questions WITH answers, Lesson 1: Introduction into ratio & proportion! How to write and simplify ratios with enjoyable bingo game as a plenary. Lesson 2: Direct proportion using the unitary method! Simple, clear examples with fun paired work main activity, great for all abilities. I often use it as a class timed activity to see which student can get the most points, works amazingly work quiet, challenging work! Lesson 3: Direct and inverse proportion using unitary method! Clear examples of both proportion with functional questions of mixed direct and inverse questions. Lesson 4: Dividing a given amount into a ratio! Functional questions and examples of diving into ratios with self assessment progress slide to finish. Lesson 5: Direct proportion with constant k! Introduction into the constant k and it’s terminology. Questions include equations and tables. Fun code breaker to end. Lesson 6: Introduction into inverse proportion with constant k. Including equation and table style questions, also with code breaker from tes. Bonus Lesson! I have added in a group work lesson which I have found from tes which is about dividing amounts into a ratio in a bank robbery! These are all my favourite lessons from the ratio topic and I hope you enjoy them too! If you like them or think I could improve them in anyway, please rate or comment! Thanks =]
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danwalker

Connected ratios

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A complete lesson on connected ratios, with the 9-1 GCSE in mind. The lesson is focused on problems where, for example, the ratios a:b and b:c are given, and pupils have to find the ratio a:b:c in its simplest form. Assumes pupils have already learned how to generate equivalent ratios and share in a ratio- see my other resources for lessons on these topics. Activities included: Starter: A set of questions to recap equivalent ratios. Main: A brief look at ratios in baking, to give context to the topic. Examples and quick questions for pupils to try. Questions are in the style shown in the cover image. A set of questions for pupils to consolidate. A challenging extension task where pupils combine the techniques learned with sharing in a ratio to solve more complex word problems in context. Plenary: A final puzzle in a different context (area), that could be solved using connected ratios and should stimulate some discussion. Printable worksheets and answers included. Please review if you buy as any feedback is appreciated!
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lively10

Ratio and Proportion

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Ratio and proportion lesson, this resource can be used to introduce students to the topic. It covers the differences between 'ratio' and 'proportion' using a counter activity. In addition there is a visual animation, where orange squash is made up. This never fails to engage students! Included in the pack: Lesson Powerpoint Worksheet Extension questions Lesson plan Cut and Stick sheets (counter activity)
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ScienceSpot

Ratios

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Ratios: These task cards are a great way for students to have fun while they practice their skills with ratios. There are 26 questions which include problems on equivalence, reducing ratios, determining ratios from patterns, and word problems. An answer sheet and an answer key is provided. Do a search for my other Math Task Cards: ♦ Ages 6-9: Addition Arrays Balancing Equations Coins Estimating Sums Expanded Form Fact Families Greater Than Less Than Long Division Missing Addends Multiplication Word Problems Number Bonds Word Problems Skip Counting Subtraction Telling Time ♦ Ages 9-11: Balancing Equations Capacity Comparing Decimals Decimals Elapsed Time Expanded Form Exponents Fact Families Factors & Multiples Fractions Fractions on a Number Line Greater Than Less Than Greatest Common Factors Least Common Multiple Long Division Mean, Median, Mode, & Range Metric Measurement Mixed Numbers Multiplication Number Patterns Order of Operations Percents Place Value Prime & Composite Numbers Prime Factorization Probability Properties of Mult. Rounding Word Problems ♦ Ages 11-14: Customary Measurements Fractions: Add & Sub, Decimals, & Percents Fractions: Equivalent & Reducing Fractions Greater Than Less Than Improper Fractions & Mixed Numbers Integers Operations with Fractions Rational Numbers Ratios Simple Interest ♦ Geometry: 3D Shapes Angle Pair Relationships Area of a Circle & Composite Figures Circumference of a Circle Missing Angles Perimeter Polygons Pythagorean Theorem Quadrilaterals Surface Area of Rectangular Prisms Volume & Surface Area of Cylinders Volume of Cones, Rectangular Prisms, & Triangular Prisms
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YasmineJade

Writing a ratio as a fraction

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This topic has been focused on recently in the new GCSE. This worksheet starts with simplifying ratio, onto a visual comparison, then onto writing a ratio as a fraction. Their skills are then tested by converting between fractions and ratios. Questions get challenging and students need to use skills from other areas of mathematics. Please leave feedback so that this resource can be improved.
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joybooth

Simplifying ratios - mastery worksheet

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This is a mastery worksheet involving simplifying ratios. The worksheet is split into 3 sections, fluency, reasoning and problem solving so students can master the topic. All answers are included for the questions.
Year 6: Ratio (5 Lesson Unit of Work)Quick View
mrajlong

Year 6: Ratio (5 Lesson Unit of Work)

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This is a five lesson Ratio unit of work for Year 6 (or low year KS3). In the pack you will find: Lesson plans (including for your TA), differentiated worksheets/activities (LA, MA and HA plus challenge activities for deeper understanding/mastery), answer sheets for all activities and a 60 page flipchart for whole class teaching (in both ActivInspire and PowerPoint format). This pack will save you hours and hours of planning, resourcing, differentiating, finding challenging activities and generating flipcharts all for an amazing price. In addition, resources are uploaded in both PDF and Word format so that they can be edited to suit your needs. Objectives covered: Solve problems involving the relative sizes of two quantities where missing values can be found by using integer multiplication and division facts Solve problems involving similar shapes where the scale factor is known or can be found Solve problems involving unequal sharing and grouping using knowledge of fractions and multiples The entire pack can be purchased either on a lesson by lesson basis (£2 each) if preferred. PLEASE NOTE: This pack is now available in a bundle - follow the 'view as part of a bundle' link above preview image to view this amazing deal (20% off) Check out my shop to find all of these resources plus lots more... Visit My Shop! More like this,,, Year 6 Maths and Science Assessments Year 6 Algebra (Two Weeks) Year 6 Statistics – Pie Charts Year 6 - Volume
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Magictrickster

Ratio and Proportion KS2

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A Powerpoint to explain Ratio and Proportion. This powerpoint has 30 slides (Including one title and one end slide). Also there are three Ratio worksheets. Designed for KS2. Topics covered in the powerpoint are: Introducing Ratios Simplifying Ratios Solving Problems with Ratios Introducing Proportion Solving Problems with Proportions Added on 23 Jun 2017 is a pdf 2-sided A4 worksheet: Introduction to Ratios, containing 8 questions, together with answers. Added on 24 Jun 2017 is a pdf 2-sided A4 worksheet: Simplifying Ratios, containing 40 questions, together with answers. Added on 25 Jun 2017 is a pdf 2 sided A4 worksheet: Solving Problems using ratios, containing 6 questions (with 3 parts to each), together with answers
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daxearles

Ratio, ratio and even more ratio

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We all know that there is loads of ratio in the GCSE so I made this worksheet to have some intense practice on ratio. The first couple of sections contain standard ratio questions so that students can refresh their knowledge on the topic. Answers are contained in the boxes on the right so that students can self-check as they go along. The second side contains lots of exam questions in which the students will need to apply their knowledge in an exam context. Enjoy!
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danwalker

Sharing in a ratio

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A complete lesson on sharing an amount in a ratio. Assumes pupils have already learned how to use ratio notation and can interpret ratios as fractions - see my other resources for lessons on these topics. Activities included: Starter: A set of questions to recap ratio notation, equivalent ratios, simplifying ratios and interpreting ratios as fractions. Main: A quick activity where pupils shade grids in a given ratio( eg shading a 3 x 4 grid in the ratio shaded:unshaded of 1:2). The intention is that they are repeatedly shading the ratio at this stage, rather than directly dividing the 12 squares in the ratio 1:2. By the last question, with an intentionally large grid, hopefully pupils are thinking of a more efficient way to do this… Examples and quick questions using a bar modelling approach to sharing an amount in a a given ratio. A set of questions on sharing in a ratio, with a progression in difficulty. Includes the trickier variations of this topic that sometimes appear on exams (eg Jo and Bob share some money in the ratio 1:2, Jo gets £30 more than Bob, how much did they share?) A nice puzzle where pupils move matchsticks(well, paper images of them) to divide a grid in different ratios. Plenary: A final spot-the-mistake question, again on the theme of the trickier variations of this topic that pupils often fail to spot. Printable worksheets and answers included. Please review if you buy as any feedback is appreciated!
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Maths4Everyone

Ratio (simplifying)

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Ratio worksheets with full solutionsfor taking the first steps, then strengthening students' skills in simplifying ratios. Three-part ratio (4:10:6) and mixed unit ratio (3 m: 80 cm) are included. -- Aimed at upper primary or early secondary school students. Can be printed or projected. Can be used for work in class or as a homework. Also excellent for one-to-one tuition or interventions.
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annemarie2111

Ratio & Proportion

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Presentation to help students learn how to simplify ratios, how to share in a ratio, and how to work with direct proportion.
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danwalker

Ratio robberies

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A fun 'investigation&' using ratio and problem solving skills. Slightly dark theme of thieves sharing the profits of different robberies. Made by another TES user &';taylorda01' (thanks for the resource!) but I wanted to add answers to it.
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SolutionsEducation

Sharing a in Ratio Mastery Worksheet

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This is a mastery worksheet that encompasses fluency, reasoning, problem solving, keywords and misconceptions. The purpose of this sheet is to provide differentiation, challenge and time saving for teachers. All answers are provided.
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mjwrichardson

Ratio (more than questions)

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A lesson on ratio where it tells us that one person gets so much more than the other. The worksheet uses bar method to complete. The lesson doesn't have the examples completed as I do it written for the pupils using the pen icon at the bottom left of the PPT screen.