Students find a recipe using the guidelines, double it, half it, find a single serving and then find how much of each ingredient would be needed to feed the whole class. My students were required to make the recipe at home and bring it in on Monday
You will need to get grocery store ads donated to the classroom. My students brought in enough in just one day to complete this project. They enjoyed working on the project and some of the proportions were quite challenging. It's good for all levels
Notes that students can cut out and paste in their notebooks. Goes further than just A = L x W and talks about height and base being part of two dimensional shapes. Examples of each are included. Easy to leave for a substitute teacher as well.
This foldable takes students from the basics of graphing solutions to solving one step equations and inequalities and graphing the solutions.
This item includes all inequalities.
This item gives examples in which all variables are on the left
If you're like me, you dread the question, "What do I do when I'm finished?"
I have created a series of Task Cards for my early finishers to challenge them in to thinking beyond the basics. These are the first set of 25 cards that I have given. It
Students choose 5 items from Kohl's.com or the Kohl's ad and find the percent of discount that was applied. This worksheet walks them through the percent of change process. Word file so it is editable.