Two nice worksheets based on the topic of direct and inverse proportion. These questions could be used as practice questions in lesson or could be set as a homework or assessment task. The questions are all quite different and with elements of functionality.
A fully interactive Division by Chunking teaching activity that can also be used as an introduction to other division methods. It can be used to input your own questions and also select a particular divisor.
You can choose to show or hide tables to help with chunking.
This can be used as a teaching tool for KS3 to show method and set questions with quick hide and show of working and solution.
This is a nice activity to introduce the idea of ratio, by using sequences. Suitable for KS2.
I found it useful to use pieces of card (e.g. 1 yellow for every 2 blue) to visually demonstrate beforehand (using volunteers - each holding the correct ratio) and show how to record this into a table on the whiteboard as you go, before using this resource as the main activity.
I also allowed children to use counters at their table to aid them whilst completing the worksheet, as this was very beneficial to some learners.
Proportions package includes 120 worksheets.
Table of Contents.
State whether the following ratios are proportional. (30 Worksheets)
6:2 and 36:12
Find the missing number in the given proportions. (30 Worksheets)
5:6 = 10:__
Create proportion from the given set of numbers. (30 Worksheets)
4, 2, 1, 8
Proportion is _____
Solve for the unknown in the given proportions. (30 Worksheets)
Ratios package includes 180 worksheets.
Table of Contents.
Ratio of Shapes. (30 Worksheets)
Write the Fractions as Ratio. (30 Worksheets)
Write the Ratios as Fraction. (30 Worksheets)
Reduce the Given Ratios. (30 Worksheets)
Compare the following Ratios. (30 Worksheets)
Divide a Quantity in a Given Ratio. (30 Worksheets)