Proportions Maze - Beginner

Proportions Maze - Beginner
Proportions Maze - Beginner
Proportions Maze - Beginner
Proportions Maze - Beginner
Proportions Maze - Beginner
Proportions Maze - Beginner
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This maze is a self-checking worksheet that allows students to strengthen their skills at solving proportions. This maze has 24 proportions included.

Not all boxes are used in the maze to prevent students from just trying to figure out the correct route. Students will have to successfully solve 13 proportions to navigate the maze.

This is a beginner’s version of the maze where all variables are by themselves. This maze does include decimals and negatives.
Example : (5/9)=(x/4)

For a more difficult solving proportions maze please visit my
Solving Proportions Maze - Advanced

Please view the preview for an exact picture of what this maze looks like if you are unsure that this product is right for your classroom.

Answer key is included for easy checking.

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