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Have your students explore proportional relationships with this resource! Students will determine the unit rate and independent and dependent variables in order to create a table, graph and equation. Students will answer eight additional questions about the constant of proportionality (in a table, g

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Also included in: Proportional Relationships in Tables, Graphs and Equations Mini-Bundle

In this 15 problem worksheet students graph and interpret graphs of proportional relationships. They also compare graphs to equations with engaging problems on Timmy, Chet, and Chad's bacon consumption. There are also problems comparing Timmy and Sarah's walking pace as well as Cynthia's driving spe

Included is a worksheet on proportional relationships. Students will determine if a table or graph represent a proportional relationship. In addition, students will give the equation in the form y=kx when a graph has a proportional relationship.

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Students must calculate the unit rate and create a graph that represents the proportional relationship of 3 different problems (verbal, tabular and numeric description). Excellent for state assessment prep! Hits CC Standards 8.EE.B.5, and TEKS 8.4B Save $$$ and time by downloading the complete 8th G

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Also included in: Proportional & Non-proportional Linear Functions & Unit Rate UNIT 5 BUNDLE30%OFF

Graphing Proportional Relationships Practice Worksheet (2 pages) Created by Tricks and Treats for Teaching. You'll LOVE this GREAT Tables and Graphs worksheet to teach Proportional Relationships, and use it year after year!
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These doodle notes go along with the testing proportions sketch notes These notes allow students to see what a proportional relationship looks like when shown on a graph. These notes are a quick extension onto what they have already learned thus far and will do a short practice assignment to follow

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This is a notes page I used to work through an example and non-example situation that can be represented in a table and a graph. The students had to decide whether or not it was a proportional relationship based on the table and the graph. The students seemed to enjoy it and found it very helpful in

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This is a quick practice exercise that you can use with your students during your 7th grade Ratios and Proportions unit. Given a rate in context, students will complete a rate table, identify the unit rate, graph the relationship, write an equation that models the relationship, and describe one poi

A 10 day CCSS-Aligned Proportional Relationships Unit - including unit rates with and without fractions, the constant of proportionality, proportional relationships in tables, graphs, equations, and verbal descriptions, and determining if a relationship is proportional or not. Standards: 7.RP.1, 7.

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Included in this set:- 2 pages of guided notes- 3 pages of practice- An additional page, which can be either notes or practiceStudents explore the parts of a proportional relationship, and learn how to represent a proportional relationship as a table, a graph, and an equation. Students first comple

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If you are looking for a solid resource to supplement your proportional relationships instruction, this is it! This resource includes task cards, worksheets, and assessments on proportional relationships in tables, graphs and equations. Below you will find a detailed description of each resource.

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Student of ALL ages love to draw and color… especially in Math Class!
Math Mugshots are a GREAT way to review math concepts while providing some “color” to math class. You can use this activity to review for a test, as a homework assignment, as extra credit, or as an assessment.
Mathematical Conc

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Use this quality resource to have students be able to identify proportional relationships in equations, tables and graphs! Included, you will have a reference sheet, worksheets, exit slips and an assessment. This no-prep product can help your students identify proportional relationships! You can sav

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Also included in: Proportional Relationships in Tables, Graphs and Equations Mini-Bundle

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Here is great independent practice to help students with proportional relationships.
Practice includes:
-Graphing proportional relationships
-Creating a table to represent proportional re

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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Students will need to determine the unit rate. In addition, students are going to graph and write an equation that can be used to determine the total cost using the number of apples purchased. This is a 7th grade Common Core standard but it can be used in other grades that use proportional relatio

This ready to use product is a quick, fun way to have your students practice identifying proportional and non-proportional relationships from tables, graphs, and equations. Students will be given 20 different problems and will need to identify them as proportional or non-proportional. Instead of wri

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These proportional relationships math stations delve into proportional relationships in graphs, tables, equations, and scenarios. Students will examine, create, analyze, solve, and justify proportions.
The following math stations are included:
• Constant of Proportionality: Students will identif

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Also included in: 7th Grade Math Stations Middle School Math Mini Bundle

This is a double-sided worksheet that can be used as practice or as an assessment.
Students write their own verbal descriptions of a proportional relationship. A word bank with units of measure if given to help students be more creative.
From the verbal description, students create a table and

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 product is a bundle of FIVE of my products on proportional relationships. Save money by purchasing them in a bundle! With this purchase, you will get:
Proportional vs. Non-Proportional Relationships Mazes
This product allows students to practice identifying proportional or non-proportional rel

When students are learning math, they are using their left side of the brain. When they draw or color they use the right side. What happens when we put math and coloring together? MAGIC!!
These doodle notes will allow your students use both hemispheres of their brain, allowing increased memorizatio

When students are learning math, they are using their left side of the brain. When they draw or color they use the right side. What happens when we put math and coloring together? MAGIC!!
These doodle notes will allow your students use both hemispheres of their brain, allowing increased memorizatio

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Students will be asked to answer 15 questions when given two choices. The answer they choose determines either what they will draw on their mini figure or how they will color.
This activity can be completed individually or in partners and is a great way to review before an upcoming test! Also, it i

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