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Math: Ratios and Proportions Discuss this eTheme.

Learn about ratios and proportions. Find out how knowledge of these mathematical concepts is used in everyday life. Includes lesson plans, animation, online and printable worksheets, online exercises, games, and quizzes. There is a link to eThemes Resource on Math: Equivalent Ratios.

Grades

  • 3,
  • 4,
  • 5,
  • 6,
  • 7

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Watch the movie and take the quiz. NOTE: Site requires a subscription.
Watch a movie to see what a ratio is and how to write it in different forms. Note: The site requires subscription.
Here are online ratio exercises, problem solving, and a quiz for younger kids.
Learn proportions in four steps from the "First Glance" to the "Workout" with interactive exercises. NOTE: The site includes ads.
These worksheets have exercises for young kids to practice ratios and proportions. Use links at the top to move through the pages. Click on the "Exercises" link and scroll to the section "Ratio and Proportion" for more worksheets. Note: This site includes banner ads and pop-up ads.
To learn about ratios and proportions, go to the "Factsheet" then explore other links on the site for games, activities, worksheets, and quizzes. NOTE: The "Talk" link leads to message boards.
This article helps teachers to discuss the difference between ratio and proportion.
In this lesson plan, students will apply knowledge about ratios to building an aquarium.
This lesson plan involves students in measuring, scaling, and drawing a classroom.
In this online game, try to give the correct answers to get to the top of a money pyramid.
This page contains links to several worksheets on proportions and ratios for fifth and sixth graders.
Here are some examples of ratios and proportion in daily life.
This lesson plan is designed to help kids understand how to use ratio for scaling anything - even the universe.
Take a 9-question practice test on your understanding about ratio and proportion concepts.
These sites focus on equivalent ratios. Learn what equivalent ratio is, how to find it, how to represent it in different forms, and how to solve problems using equivalent ratios. Includes examples, practice questions, games, and quizzes. There is a link to eThemes Resource on ratios and proportions.

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