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One of my favorite topics to teach all year long is proportional relationships! I wanted my 7th grade students to have a better understanding of proportional relationships and what they mean in real life, so I created this packet. The product includes:
*Graphing Proportions Activity - Students cr

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This engaging proportional relationships activity allows students to sort proportional and nonproportional relationships represented as table of values. The record sheet prompts students to support their conclusions with evidence of grap

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In this proportional relationships discovery worksheet, students will test for a proportional relationship by graphing, identify the constant of proportionality from a table, write equations to represent proportional relationships, and explain the meaning of an ordered pair in context. Students wil

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This constant of proportionality maze consists of 11 problems that students must first determine if the graphs are proportional and then write the corresponding proportional equation in y=kx form. This maze will help strengthen your students’ skills at calculating the constant of variation (consta

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This lesson unit is intended to help you assess how well students are able to identify the constant of proportionality (unit rate) in tables, graphs, equations, diagrams, and verbal descriptions of proportional relationships.
CLICK HERE TO WATCH THE VIDEO TUTORIAL OF THIS CARD SORT ACTIVITY & A

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Also included in: 7th Grade Math Card Sort Activity Lessons and Cut & Paste Activities BUNDLE

This includes all of the activities from my TpT store that go along with Module 1. Pack includes:
Finding the Unit Rate from a Graph
Finding the Constant of Proportionality from a Table
Finding the Constant of Proportionality from a Graph
Ratios and Proportional Relationships Task Cards - Review

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This 7th Grade math spiral review resource can easily be used as spiral math HOMEWORK, spiral math WARM UPS, or a DAILY MATH REVIEW! This spiral math review was designed to keep math concepts fresh all year and to simplify your homework or warm up routines. All pages are 100% EDITABLE and easy to di

Students apply their knowledge of proportional relationships and constant of proportionality through tables and graphs by comparing two different text messaging plans. Prior knowledge of creating rate tables and graphing ordered pairs is required.
Use as an individual, partner, or group activity i

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This activity will require students to identify the unit rate in tables and graphs and use the unit rate to write the correct equation. Students will have a blast playing this mathematical version of who dunnit to solve a murder mystery!
NOTE: This activity only includes equations for lines that st

Included is a pre-test, post-test, and two vocabulary quizzes. This is a unit test for the 7th grade Proportional Relationships unit. The tests are aligned to CCSS and EDITABLE!!!
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1.) Calculate the unit rate given the cost and quantity of items.
2.) Complete a table and graph usin

This assignment ties together the Four Parts of Graphing: Verbal (Words), Equations (Algebraic), Graph (Visual) and Table (Numeric) for Unit Rate Problems . On each page one part is given and the student has to complete the other three. The student is then asked to analyze and describe the meanin

Welcome students back to school while helping them understand multiple representations of linear equations with this bulletin board!
Included are pennants to spell out “Welcome Back” and letters to spell out “Looking forward to a great year!” Four sets of linear functions are included. Each one ha

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This worksheet aligned to the CCSS for 7th grade math is a great addition to your classroom repertoire! It includes four math problems about a Thanksgiving dinner, which includes creating an equation, x/y T-chart, and graph for each problem. Answer key also available. This aligns to CCSS 7.RP.2a, b,

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This lesson really helps students determine what a proportion is all about. The lesson covers the following topics: cross products, constant of proportionality, graphing. Throughout the lesson, students are given examples of relationships that are proportional as well as examples of relationships

Students apply their knowledge of proportional relationships and rates by comparing the speeds of two bicyclists. Prior knowledge of creating rate tables and graphing proportional relationships required.
Great as an extension or enrichment activity for partners or individual students!
Proportiona

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In this tasks, which can be an independent, partner, or group activity, students will apply their knowledge of proportional relationships to this real-world scenario.
Students will use tables, graphs, and equations of proportional relationships to compare two different text messaging plans.
This p

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This is a differentiated cut-and-paste activity where students match linear equations, verbal equations, tables, and graphs. There are three different worksheets to choose from in order to better match student abilities. Two multi-part free response questions are also included and could be used as

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In this activity students will match the correct graph, table and equation to get a match. This is a great activity for 6-8th graders working on linear equations. Answer key included.

This Proportional Reasoning and Caffeine Activity will allow students to experience a current real-world issue in a mathematical way. Students use higher order thinking to calculate unit rate, graph proportions/equations, analyze information in tables, write equations, and make ratio statements whil

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Three different leveled worksheets for student to practice writing equations for proportional relationships represented in written descriptions, tables, and graphs.
The bronze level requires students to write equations to represent proportional relationships only. They are also asked to use their e

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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

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- In this digital activity, students will identify equations to proportional relationships through graphs, tables, and word problems. Students will also have word problems that they must interpret the relationship and solve problems.- This activity includes 27 different problems to solve over three

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Also included in: Linear Functions - Unit 4 - BUNDLE - GOOGLE Slides

This unit contains a 21-page PowerPoint Lesson, two daily warmups, interactive notes, a small group activity (with presentations), and two homework printables.
As a math teacher, one of my biggest struggles is helping my kids “see” the connections. They can frequently do very well on individual

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- In this digital activity, students will identify whether or not a relationship is proportional or non-proportional. These relationships include equations, graphs, tables, and real-life situations.- This activity includes 34 different relationships to identify over four slides. They will drag and d

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Also included in: Linear Functions - Unit 4 - BUNDLE - GOOGLE Slides

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