A collection of ratios, rates, and proportions practices is this deal. some of the problems revolve around life applications like shopping with taxes, distance, and designing. It may be used as a bell-ringer, mini-assessment or rotational review. The problems range from basic math concept to real-life application which the students can relate to. But I know that it is useful from late-elementary to high school.
Let your students use Bloom Taxonomy to convert a low-level question into a more challenging one.
Please click the PREVIEW for a small sample of the material.
Of course, the rubrics and learning goals are within Ratios and Proportions ' Rubrics and Goals
It also has "I Can" sheets, which could be used as daily goals.
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