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Math: Equivalent Ratios Discuss this eTheme.

These sites focus on equivalent ratios. Learn what an equivalent ratio is, how to find it, how to represent it in different forms, and how to solve problems using equivalent ratios. Includes lesson plans, examples, practice questions, games, and quizzes. There is a link to eThemes Resource on ratios and proportions.

Grades

  • 5,
  • 6

Links

This interactive site walks you through the basics of solving ratio and proportion problems. NOTE: This site includes ads.
This lesson plan uses sampling from a population to teach students the concept of equivalent fractions; includes: learning objectives, materials, instructional plan, questions for students, assessment options, extensions, teacher reflections, and NCTM standards and expectations.
This interactive model allows students to explore different representations for fractions; includes: instructions and exploration.
This lesson plan allows students to begin to explore fractions as part of a set; includes: learning objectives, materials, instructional plan, question for students, assessment options, teacher reflection, and NCTM standards and expectations.
This lesson plan allows students to make and use fraction strips to represent various fractions; includes: learning objectives, materials, instructional plan, questions for students, assessment options, teacher reflection, and NCTM standards and expectations.
This lesson plan allows students to experience real-life application of fractions; includes: learning objectives, materials, instructional plan, questions for students, assessment options, extensions, teacher reflection, and NCTM standards and expectations.
This lesson plan allows students to multiply and divide portions in a recipe to feed different size groups; includes: learning objectives, materials, instructional plan, questions for students, assessment options, extensions, teacher reflection, and NCTM standards and expectations.
This lesson plan allows students to continue developing their understanding of factors, multiples, and the relationships among them; includes: learning objectives, materials, instructional plan, questions for students, assessment options, extensions, teacher reflection, and NCTM standards and expectations.
This site highlights some of the most important math concepts for 6th graders; includes: introduction, background, fractions and decimals, ratio and rate, expressions and equations, SMARTR: virtual learning, careers, NCTM standards, and information about the author and copyright.
This page provides some background information about fractions, ratios, rates, and percents. Learn what they are and how they are different or similar.
This page shows how to find equivalent ratios and write a ratio in its simplest form. Inlcudes examples, practice questions, and quizzes.
Watch a video clip showing how to find equivalent ratios.
Match up the equivalent ratios. Note: Flash plug-in is required.
Match cards that representing equivalent ratios.
Practice calculating equivalent ratios either by multiplication or division. NOTE: This site includes banner ads. NOTE: This site includes pop-ups.
Play an online ratio Sudoku.
Solve a word problem and check your answer with a solution from the top link.
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.

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