Other

Math

ELA

Math

Algebra

Graphic Organizers

Sponsored

- Rating
- Most Recent
- Price (Ascending)
- Price (Descending)
- Best Seller

showing 1-10 of 10 results

Solving & Understanding Proportions: "doodle notes" - When students color or doodle in math class, it activates both hemispheres of the brain at the same time. There are proven benefits of this cross-lateral brain activity:- new learning- relaxation (less math anxiety)- visual connections- bett

Types:

This graphic organizer includes:
-Definition of proportional relationships
-proportion examples
-linear and origin rules that make it proportional
-table examples
-non-proportional examples
-Proportional graph examples
-Explanations why or why something isn't proportional
-Unit rate explanations
-W

Types:

This organizer helps students see proportional relationships represented by a verbal description, table, graph, and equation. Students will fill in the blanks to show proportional relationships represented various ways. You can then have them highlight the constant of proportionality from each repre

Grades:

Types:

After starting an Interactive Notebook for 7th Grade Math, this unit not only provides the Flippables (foldable activities) but also items necessary to complete your INB lessons.
**Looking to save 20% on the FULL YEAR? Check out the Seventh Grade Math Interactive Notebook here!**
This Unit Include

Subjects:

Grades:

Also included in: Seventh Grade Math Interactive Notebook Bundle- All Standards

Direct Variation Foldable designed for an interactive notebook. I have included two sizes, a large size with one foldable for an 8.5x11 page and a small size with two foldables for an 8.5x11 page which is more reasonable for a typical class size. This foldable introduces direct variation with voca

Grades:

CCSS:

This is a Flow Map (Graphic Organizer) that details the steps for determining whether two ratios are proportional or not. The key for the flow map is included.

This is a Flow Map (Graphic Organizer) that details the steps for solving a proportion. The key for the flow map is included.

Subjects:

Grades:

Types:

There are 2 note pages included in this resource with doodles. The first gives the basics on proportions and cross products. The second pulls in word problems. There are steps guiding students through solving one-word problem using proportions. Then students must solve another word problem using the

Types:

Also included in: Ratios and Proportional Relationships No Prep Note Bundle

In this resource, you will receive 205 vocabulary sheets for students to write their own definition, an example, and a non-example. Included is also two pre-made templates that you can edit which feature a "vocabulary word" heading or without the "vocabulary word" heading. This allows you to create

Subjects:

Types:

This is a graphic organizer I designed to help students understand the relationship between all the representations- tables, graphs, equations, situations, and specific vocabulary. Every year I see students struggle to make the connection between all these words and representations. I use this to he

showing 1-10 of 10 results