Students will color given numbers according to the key and classify each as a whole number, integer or rational number. This activity is good to use after discussing the relationships and graphic organizer of whole numbers, integers and rational
Students will model the given fractions, decimals and percents and then use the models to place the values in the given order, either least to greatest or greatest to least. Students become familiar with the values and equivalencies of fractions,
Students will use the percent strip diagram labeling the percent and the part given to determine the whole. (TEKS 6.5b) This activity is used to develop the concept of percent with a visual model before introducing the percent proportion.
Students will practice adding and subtracting decimals while learning about deposits and withdrawals with checking accounts. Students make choices in deposit and withdrawal situations then verify their work with a partner.
This activity is an interactive powerpoint activity where students manipulate clip art icons to model the given ratios. Students will model part-to-part ratios as well as part-to-total ratios all three ways. Students can print the slides and
This activity gives students scenarios to calculate the number of combinations of each event. Each scenario requires students to create a table and a tree diagram. Students will then connect these to the multiplication expression needed to find
TEKS 6.5b Students match the appropriate strip diagram that corresponds to the given problem to decide the part when given the whole and the percent. This activity is used to develop the concept of percent with a visual model before introducing the
This product allows students to connect the models of mixed fractions to improper fractions to see they are equivalent parts. Students will draw the mixed number models and then name it's equivalent improper fraction. Then students will draw the
Students will match the equivalent multiplication expression to the division of fractions expression recognizing that dividing fractions and multiplying by its reciprocal result in equivalent values. (TEKS 6.3a) This is designed as a partner