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In this Proportional & Non-Proportional Relationships: Choosing the Best-paying Job activity, students are given 5 different job offers that represent linear relationships, proportional and non proportional, and they must choose the best-paying job. For each job, students must complete a table,
This Proportional and Non Proportional Relationships Card Sort allows students to practice identifying and comparing proportional and non-proportional relationships using tables, graphs, equations, and verbal descriptions. This activity is hands-on and a great way to get students communicating about
This product includes a Proportional vs Non-Proportional sorting activity, homework, and homework key.Card Sort Activity - Students will cut out 4 graphs, 6 tables, 5 equations, and 4 key words/phrases which will then be glued down onto the Proportional vs Non-Proportional page. Students will have
This product allows students to practice identifying proportional or non-proportional relationships in tables, graphs, and equations. There are two separate mazes with answer keys. Grab this fun, engaging activity that students love today! It works great for homework, small group instruction, guided
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6th - 9th
Students love foldables for notes! This one covers proportional and non-proportional relationships. Students are guided on how to tell if a relationship is proportional based on a table, a graph, or an equation. They fit perfectly in a composition book for interactive notebooks or can be used on
Another Update: Now includes a digital Google Slides Version!Now includes a color version and goformative.com version for distance learning!This product has 12 sorting cards. Students can work alone or together to determine if each graph, table, picture, or situation is proportional or nonproportion
This foldable is designed for interactive math notebooks! This foldable walks the students through the differences between proportional and nonproportional relationships through equations, tables, and graphs. Inside there are 10 problems for students to complete:6 tables to complete, calculate the
This is a compilation of guided notes to work through with your students while teaching about proportional and nonproportional relationships. There are fill in the blank notes and example problems with each set of notes and additional example problems to use for further review in your classroom. ***
This is a set of 2 different types of task cards!The first set contains 8 cards that ask the question: Is the linear equation proportional or nonproportional? The answer key on the back of each card gives a description as to why the answer is the way it is.The second set contains 6 different equat
Students will work in groups to match up pieces that represent the same linear relationship. The linear relationships are represented in 3 ways:•Equations•Tables•GraphsThere are a total of 8 linear relationships that students will have to identify. Students will then have to calculate the slope of t
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8th - 10th
Have your students practice determining proportional and nonproportional relationships from tables and graphs with these problems. Can be used as individual practice or with small groups/partners! CCSS.Math.Content. 7.RP.2 CCSS.Math.Content. 7.NS.2a CCSS.Math.Content. 7.NS.2b
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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6th - 9th
Need practice sorting proportional and non-proportional relationships in tables? A fun and interactive activity for all students is here! Have students cut out all the tables and paste them under the appropriate category; proportional or non-proportional. This activity can be done individually or wi
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7th - 9th
- Great for online and distance learning! Created to be compatible with Google Slides™!- 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
GOOGLE SLIDES Need practice sorting proportional and non-proportional relationships with tables? A fun and interactive activity for all students is here! Have students move their movable pieces on Google Slides into the appropriate category; proportional or non-proportional. This activity can be don
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7th - 9th
UPDATED: Now includes google slide and google form activity that matches the task cards to help with distance learning. (Task Cards and google activity questions are the same). I used this activity in both my 15:1 and 15:1:1 7th grade math class. The scaffolded answer sheet allowed the students to u
This 2 for 1 activity includes an investigation on paper and a digital Drag and Drop activity (great for distance learning).Start out with the investigation to help students discover the patterns and notice the characteristics of a table, graph and equation if a relationship is proportional or not.
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6th - 9th
This listing is for Proportional and Non-Proportional Relationships Doodle Notes. This serves as excellent practice for a proportional or non-proportional activity. Students will learn the basics of a linear relationship, the constant of proportionality, and unit rate. Students are given word prob
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7th - 9th
Need practice sorting proportional and non-proportional relationships with graphs?! A fun and interactive activity for all students is here! Have students cut out all the graphs and paste them under the appropriate category; proportional or non-proportional. This activity can be done individually or
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7th - 9th
Each question of this quiz presents either a table, graph, or equation, and asks students to determine if it is proportional or non-proportional. It also uses the vocabulary slope and y-intercept. Part of the TEKS quiz series, available for all 7th and 8th grade math TEKS. Each quiz contains ten qu
GOOGLE SLIDES Need practice sorting proportional and non-proportional relationships with graphs? A fun and interactive activity for all students is here! Have students move their movable pieces on Google Slides into the appropriate category; proportional or non-proportional. This activity can be don
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7th - 9th
In this cut&paste activity, students must choose the best-paying job out of 5 given options. Each job salary represents a linear relationship, so students must complete a table, create a graph that represents each of them. Also, they must choose the correct equation (cut & paste) that repres
Before mentioning the word "slope", it's wise to have students explore the concept in contexts they can relate to. In this resource, you'll have what you need to ensure students are introduced to the concepts of linear and proportional linear relationships. First, a "foldable" notes resource is in
This resource includes 2nd and 3rd grade activity cards that may be used during small group instructional time, tutorials, or intervention groups. Supports the following 2nd/3rd grade Texas math standards: 2.2A Use concrete and pictorial models to compose and decompose numbers up to 1,200 in more t

Also included in: 3rd Grade Texas Math Bundle

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