Ratios Digital Math Activity Bundle | Equivalent Ratios | Google Slides & Forms

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This is an excellent resource and exactly what I needed for my compacted math students. It was a good activity to use during math rotations.
It was really nice having this for my students when we were virtual. I love everything about Maneuvering the Middle.

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    Ratios Printable Exit Tickets

    Description

    These supplemental digital math activities can be used to support ratios, ratio tables, applying ratios, and graphing ratios.  They are interactive (drag and match, using the typing tool, using the shape tool) and paperless through Google Slides™ and PowerPoint™.

    Topics Included:

    • Equivalent Ratios (4 interactive slides + exit ticket)
    • Ratio Tables (4 interactive slides + exit ticket)
    • Applying Ratios (4 interactive slides + exit ticket)
    • Graphing Ratios (4 interactive slides + exit ticket)

    What is included?

    1. Paperless Math Activities: Engage students with these DIGITAL and PAPERLESS math activities that support ratio concepts.  There are 16 total slides to practice equivalent ratios, ratio tables, applying ratios, and graphing ratios.  Students will enjoy dragging and matching, as well as using the typing and shape tool. You will love that you don’t have to make a visit to the copy room.  

    2. Exit Tickets (DIGITAL and PRINTABLE): Though we have included an answer key, it is easier to assess student mastery of the concepts through exit tickets.  Each of the four topics has a 2-question exit ticket included both through Google Forms™ and a paper-based printable version available in the BONUS file download.  

    3. Video and Step-by-Step Instructions: A teacher guide with both video and step-by-step instructions have been included to help you implement these activities into your classroom. 

    **The only editable portion of this bundle is the Google Form™ exit ticket.**

    Please download the preview to see more pictures. Read more about digital math activities and watch a video preview here.

    What do I need to use these files? You and your students will need access to Google Slides™ and Google Forms™.

    Can these be used in Microsoft Schools? Yes, you can download the Google Slide as a PowerPoint™ file and share with your students.  The Google Forms do not require a login. 

    How will I access these files? These are created with a new feature by TpT.  Once you purchase, TpT will ask for access to your Google Drive™ and will AUTOMATICALLY create a copy for you in your Google Drive™.  If you have any trouble, then please reach out to TpT support.

    Looking for additional Digital Math Activities? See our digital activity sets:

    Ratios | Rates and Percents | Decimal Operations | The Number System | Fraction Operations | The Coordinate Plane | Expressions | Equations and Inequalities | Geometry | Statistics

    Looking for complete math units for 6th Grade?

    Unit 1: Decimal Operations

    Unit 2: Fraction Operations

    Unit 3: Number System

    Unit 4: Ratios Unit

    Unit 5: Rates and Percents

    Unit 6: Coordinate Plane

    Unit 7: Expressions

    Unit 8: Equations and Inequalities

    Unit 9: Geometry
    Unit 10: Statistics 

    Looking for hands-on collaborative learning activities for 6th Grade?

    Unit 1: Decimal Operations

    Unit 2: Fraction Operations

    Unit 3: Number System

    Unit 4: Ratios Unit

    Unit 5: Rates and Percents

    Unit 6: Coordinate Plane

    Unit 7: Expressions

    Unit 8: Equations and Inequalities

    Unit 9: Geometry
    Unit 10: Statistics 

    Looking for more helpful teaching tips, ideas, and support? Check out Maneuveringthemiddle.com and join our online FB community MTM VIPS! 

    Try out a FREE math resource! Grab your freebie here!

    Licensing: 

    This file is a license for ONE teacher and their students. Please purchase the appropriate number of licenses if you plan to use this resource with your team. Thank you!

    Customer Service:

    If you have any questions, please feel free to reach out for assistance.  We aim to provide quality resources to help teachers and students alike, so contact me before leaving feedback if you have a need. 

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    Total Pages
    16 Google Slides + 4 Exit Tickets
    Answer Key
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    Standards

    to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
    Understand the concept of a ratio and use ratio language to describe a ratio relationship between two quantities. For example, “The ratio of wings to beaks in the bird house at the zoo was 2:1, because for every 2 wings there was 1 beak.” “For every vote candidate A received, candidate C received nearly three votes.”
    Use ratio and rate reasoning to solve real-world and mathematical problems, e.g., by reasoning about tables of equivalent ratios, tape diagrams, double number line diagrams, or equations.

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