# Proportional Relationships Bundle

6th - 9th
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5 Different Activities with Answer Keys
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### Description

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 relationships in tables, graphs, and equations. There are two separate mazes with answer keys. This is a fun activity that would be great for homework, small group instruction, guided practice, etc.

Constant of Proportionality Jigsaw

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 description, one equation, one table, and one graph). This is a great activity if you are looking to help make connections with the varying ways we can calculate the constant of proportionality!

Constant of Proportionality - Odd Man Out

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 and one answer will be the ODD MAN OUT. If students do not get three matching answers per row, they will need to go back and redo their work. This is an easy to grade activity because students will need to shade in the Odd Man Out. This allows you to do a quick visual check to ensure that students are understanding the concept.

Proportional vs. Non-Proportional Relationships Quick Color

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 writing their answers, students will color them! You can either choose the colors for them to make it unified across the classroom or let them choose their own. This makes a great visual for your visual learners. This is an extremely easy assignment to grade! It is perfect for guided practice, homework, or re-teaching.

Proportional Relationships Tournament Challenge

This engaging, ready to print resource allows students to demonstrate their knowledge of proportional relationships in a fun way! Students will select 16 teams (16 of their classmates, 16 professional sports teams, 16 teachers, etc.) to compete in a Proportional Relationships Tournament Challenge. The 16 teams are simply for fun and to increase student buy-in as the winner has been predetermined. This is an assignment that can be completed individually, in partners, or a small group. There are four separate rounds within the tournament.

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THIS PRODUCT IS DESIGNED TO SUPPLEMENT: Proportional Relationships Unit (7th Grade) This detailed unit includes guided notes, activities, quizzes, assignments, tests, and more!

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5 Different Activities with Answer Keys
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Teaching Duration
2 days
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### Standards

to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
Represent proportional relationships by equations. For example, if total cost 𝘵 is proportional to the number 𝘯 of items purchased at a constant price 𝘱, the relationship between the total cost and the number of items can be expressed as 𝘵 = 𝘱𝘯.
Identify the constant of proportionality (unit rate) in tables, graphs, equations, diagrams, and verbal descriptions of proportional relationships.
Decide whether two quantities are in a proportional relationship, e.g., by testing for equivalent ratios in a table or graphing on a coordinate plane and observing whether the graph is a straight line through the origin.
Recognize and represent proportional relationships between quantities.