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Representing constant of proportionality as words, equations, tables, and graphs is a new objective in 7th grade this year in Texas.
This product includes:
-12 stations
-A student answer document
-A paper divided by the stations for students to show their work
-Key
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This puzzle includes 8 questions that are designed to help students see the connection between tables, verbal descriptions, graphs, and equations when working with the constant of proportionality. Students will need to cut out 24 puzzle pieces and match them together in groups of four (one verbal de

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This is a 6 day unit on Constant of Proportionality. This unit covers Common Core RP 2. Each day has a Power Point that includes a warm-up with answers, notes and a closure of the lesson. Guided notes or flippables are provided for each lesson as well as an activity and a practice or homework works

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Students explore the relationship between proportional and non-proportional relationships/direct variation.
Students learn what the constant of proportionality is, and how to identify it in a graph, table, and equation
Students will explore real-life situations that are proportional, and situa

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This highly engaging activity pack includes four different resources on constant rate of change. Use this pack to let your students choose how they show mastery of a skill. -OR- Use all four resources in center/station rotations!
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• A 16 piece puzzle scramble (4 mini puzzles)
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Constant of Proportionality He Said She Said Activity – Each card in this activity will have two statements from different students regarding the constant of proportionality, and your students will have to decide whose is correct! It’s a great way to get students looking for errors and communicating

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Great for interactive math notebooks!
Students complete this 4-door foldable to learn how to identify proportional relationships and the constant of proportionality from tables, equations, and graphs.
Each tab includes a notes section and several examples to practice identifying proportionality in

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This product includes 12 task cards or stations that require students to determine the constant rate of change or the constant of proportionality.
The types of questions included are- determining the constant rate of change or constant of proportionality from a word problem, a table, or a graph. E

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Constant of proportionality and representing proportional relationships is such a visual concept kids really need to see. This 4-tab foldable is a great addition to your interactive notebook! Common Core aligned with standard 7.RP.2, it addresses the four common types of proportional questions: wr

With this resource, students will explore various values in a table to determine the constant of proportionality (k). They will write equations and calculate the missing values. Students will have a deeper understanding of the relationship between the independent variable (x) and dependent variable

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This foldable is aligned to Common Core Standard 7.RP.1, unit rate / constant of proportionality. Through this foldable students will have access to directions and examples for how to determine the unit rate (constant of proportionality) in word problems, tables, graphs, and equations.
This foldabl

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Being able to find the constant of proportionality is a new objective in Texas for 7th grade. These notes serve as an introduction to finding the constant of proportionality by taking the students step by step.
This process includes putting information from a word problem into a table, finding the

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Constant of Proportionality - Card Sort
Constant of proportionality card sort that consists of a variety of representations including word problems, graphs, tables, and equations. Students will sort the cards into two categories, those scenarios that do have a constant of proportionality and those

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This formative assessment pack is fully aligned to Common Core Standards 7.RP.1, finding unit rate / constant of proportionality in word problems, tables, graphs, and equations. It is a great tool for incorporating differentiation into your classroom.
Students will take the mini-assessment (assess

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7page resource with answer key.
Asks students to identify or calculate the unit rate of proportional graphs and tables. Scaffolds from lower to higher level problems. Uses rational numbers. Application questions will require students to calculate the unit rate, then answer various questions usin

This activity stresses the relationship between Constant Rate of Change, Constant of Proportionality and Unit Rate.
Students practice determining if a relationship is proportional, finding the C.R.O.C., finding the C.O.P. and unit rate. They also practice writing and solving inequalities. The stude

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Tables, Graphs, and Equations (oh my!)
Are you looking to teach the Constant of Proportionality (C.O.P.) to your middle schoolers? Well, here you go with 6 pages of student pages! It helped my 7th graders!
These pack includes:
•2 pages for classroom student practice
•2 pages for homework
•2 pag

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This set includes 40 cards/10 sets of Constant of Proportionality GRAPHS, TABLES, EQUATIONS, and PROBLEM that need to be matched. These are great for reinforcing, teaching, and enriching your Unit Rate and Complex Fraction lessons.
Perfect for differentiating and scaffolding instruction!

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This board game is Common Core aligned to both 7.RP.1, unit rate/constant of proportionality. This game allows students to practice identifying unit rate/constant of proportionality among word problems, tables, graphs, and equations. This is a complete review of all elements involved in 7.RP.1!
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This set of task cards contains 9 tables, 10 equations
and 9 graphs. Students are to determine if the table,
equation or graph are proportional. If they are proportional, students are to give the constant of proportionality. You can also have students match the nine tables with their graphs and e

Need practice with constant of proportionality with proportional relationships in tables? This activity can be broken up in two ways; students can answer the problems only or students can answer the problems and complete the coloring page. Color by number activities can keep students learning, but i

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Task Cards, student answer sheet, answer bank, and teacher's answer key.
Uses vocabulary terms: unit rate, unit price, and constant of proportionality, so that students will understand that these terms can be interchangeable.
Students will be asked to:
- Calculate unit rate/constant of propor

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A new 7th grade objective in Texas is to be able to identify a constant of proportionality that is represented on a graph. The flow chart and page of notes introduces this concept.
After I had introduced the constant of proportionality terminology, I told the students that we would be transitionin

This scavenger hunt contains 15 problems in which students find the constant of proportionality of graphs, tables and equations.
Scavenger Hunt Directions
Hang the problem cards around the room. The problems are in the correct order so do not hang them up in the order they print out .
Students sh

This product is designed to help your students practice finding the constant of proportionality in tables, graphs, verbal descriptions, and equations. Students will be given 20 constant of proportionality problems to solve. There will be four problems per row. Three of the answers will be identical

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This bundle includes EVERYTHING you will need and MORE to teach a lesson on rates to unit rates.
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• 1 page of lesson plans and ideas for implementation
• 4 *glitter* word wall words
• 5 I can statement posters
• 6 anchor chart posters
• 2 warmup slips (to be used after lesson is

This quiz is about half griddable and requires students to find the constant of proportionality (COP, CROC, constant rate of change, k, slope, m...) from a table, and to identify the constant of proportionality in a problem situation. This quiz is also great for 8th grade students or beginning of th

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This is a one day lesson on Constant of Proportionality with Tables (7.RP.2a, 7.RP.2b). It includes warm-up, guided notes, independent/partner practice, station/task cards, and homework. Answer keys are provided.
This resource is for use by one teacher only. Please direct any teacher that is inter

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This is a 4 day mini-unit on Constant of Proportionality aka Proportional Reasoning (7.RP.2). Each lesson includes warm-up, guided notes, independent/partner practice, station/task cards, and homework. Also included is a multiple-choice quiz. Answer keys are provided.
• Proportional Relationships w

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Identifying Constant of Proportionality Task Card and Worksheet (32Q)
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• 32 Task Cards
• 2 Types of Recording Sheet
• Task Card presented in Worksheet Form
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A great practice resource for students to work on identifying constant of proportionality.

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12 multiple choice questions that assess students' understanding of constant of proportionality. Students will find the constant of proportionality from a table, graph, equation, or scenario. Some rates include fractions and decimals. Questions vary in difficulty, and get more rigorous as you pro

Used to go with CCSS 7.RP.2A- 7.RP.2C; In this document, you will find 7 engaging task cards meant for your class to complete in 7 different groups. Each card is addressing constant of proportionality while the final task card intrigues the youth of our country by bringing in some social media aspec

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This is a one day lesson on Constant of Proportionality with Graphs (7.RP.2a, 7.RP.2b, 7.RP.2d). It includes warm-up, guided notes, independent/partner practice, station/task cards, and homework. Answer keys are provided.
This resource is for use by one teacher only. Please direct any teacher that

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This bundle will save you hours, will up the rigor in your classroom, and will keep your students engaged. Over 35 pages of resources that are each directly aligned to the 7th grade math common core standards. The bundle includes assessments, review activities, differentiated materials, workbooks

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Constant of Proportionality Scavenger Hunt
Students will rotate through task cards identifying the constant of proportionality from tables, graphs, and verbal description and write an equation in the form y=kx.
DIRECTIONS:
• Print, cut, and laminate (optional) cards. Print recording sheet doubl

This product, called "Constant of Proportionality Problems," can be used as many different things, such as a homework assignment, a quiz, guided notes to attach in interactive journals or notebooks, or it could be used as a warm up, or just taken apart to use problems of your choosing.
There are 10

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"The mission of Common Core Math Solutions is to create engaging, highly effective resources for the math classroom"
This is a lesson about determining the constant of proportionality of graphs and tables.
In this lesson students will:
1) Investigate the constant of proportionality of tables.
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Grade 7 Task Cards for Constant of Proportionality (C.O.P.)
Use these to practice:
Unit Rate,
Writing equations from tables and a graph,
Finding points on a line,
Problem solving based on unit rates.
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*10-FULL SIZE PROBLEMS (also 10 of the same problems two per page)
*ANSWER KEY
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Practice finding constants of proportionality or scale factor using these fun, monster themed task cards. Students use the task card to create a table, find proportional patterns, and write equations. From this students also write verbal relationship statements.
To provide scaffolding for stude

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Get this as part of a bundle: Proportionality Unit Bundle

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*****This product is now available in a Bundle Pack! Follow the link to check out the Complete 7th Grade Math Bundle Pack available in my TpT Store! *****
https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Complete-7th-Grade-Math-INB-Bundle-Pack-7th-Grade-TEKS-2405745
Interactive Math Journal Pages that a

This is a 25 quiz focused on the constant of proportionality. Students will identify the constant of proportionality within a table, graph and equation.

This is a one day lesson on Constant of Proportionality with Equations (7.RP.2c). It includes warm-up, guided notes, independent/partner practice, station/task cards, and homework. Answer keys are provided.
This resource is for use by one teacher only. Please direct any teacher that is interested i

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Task cards are fantastic for scavenger hunts, races and differentiation. This ready-to-set use set of task cards focuses on word problems that involve constant proportionality. Skip the worksheet…but still get the practice. One set of cards has word problems. The other set of cards has solutions t

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This engaging activity is great for reviewing constant of proportionality using multiple representations (tables, graphs, equations, and ordered pairs). Students will solve one problem on their own before circulating around the room. Students will then find eight other students to solve the remainin

TEKS 7.4c (supporting)
This activity is set up as dominos. Each domino has a problem and an answer to a different problems. Students solve the problems and connect the dominos in the correct order. Easy to grade.
Can be used as a teaching activity or a formative assessment

This two-page quiz with 5 questions is designed to assess students' level of mastery with Constant of Proportionality (7.RP.2).
All problems are multiple choice with 4 answer choices.
An answer key is included for easy grading or assessment of mastery!

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In this product students will be practicing the y=kx and k =y/x equation through tables. They will have to identify the constant of all the pairs in the tables. Some tables show a proportional relationship, and others do not. If students find the correct constant, they will find their answer in eith

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No prep! A hands-on, super engaging way for students to practice finding the constant of proportionality in word problems, equations, graphs, and tables. In this activity, students or pairs match 8 constants of proportionality with a word problem, an equation, a graph, and a table. Aligned to 7.RP.2

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This product includes the following TEKS:
7.4C Determine the constant of proportionality (k=y/x) within mathematical and real-world problems
7.4A Represent constant rates of change in mathematical and real-world problems given pictorial, tabular, verbal, numeric, graphical, and algebraic representat

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Students calculate the constant of proportionality from tables, word problems, and ratios. The answers tell them the color to use in a halloween-themed coloring page.

Mathematical Standards: 7.RP.1 7.RP.2 7.RP.3
Critical Thinking (4C)
Mathematical Practices: Craft an argument to Justify a Claim & Model with Mathematics.
If you have a SEGA you can bring in, this works great for the "Sonic Vs. Tails Ring Battle"! This will still work if you don't have the

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Constant of Proportionality Google Form Bundle – Perfect for Google Classroom!
This Google Form bundle includes 3 individual products on the constant of proportionality. I use these forms as part of my 7th-grade constant of proportionality unit.
The following products are included in the bundle:

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