Friday, January 13, 2017

Middle School Math Foldable Notes - Ratios & Proportions - Grade 7

One of my favorite ways to take notes is with Foldable Notes. This is an easy way to get students to create their own notes and develop the Math concepts in their own writing. I have two NO PREP Foldable Note sets for 7th grade Ratios and Proportional Relationships. These are easy to print and go! You can use a scaffolded approach or just print for absent students. It's a great alternative to traditional note taking!!

Both sets include:
-7 different NO PREP Math Foldable Notes to engage students in note taking
-Teacher facilitated activity for 15-20 minutes of classroom time each
-PRINT & GO foldable notes that are ready with NO PREP
-Directions for using Math Foldables in your classroom
-Options for scaffolding with blank templates

Middle School Math Foldable Notes: Rates & Proportionality
Math Foldable Notes: Ratios & Proportional Relationships Set 1
These math foldable notes are for students to be able to understand compute unit rates, ratios with fractions, measure quantities in like or different units, recognize and represent proportional relationships, decide whether two quantities are proportional, identify the constant of proportionality (unit rate), show the unit rate in tables, graphs and equations, represent proportional relationships by equations, explain points on a graph of a proportional relationship, and use proportional relationships to solve multistep ratio and percent problems.

Middle School Math Foldable Notes: Rates & Proportionality
Math Foldable Notes: Ratios & Proportional Relationships Set 2
These math foldable notes are for students to be able to understand compute unit rates, ratios with fractions, measure quantities in like or different units, recognize and represent proportional relationships, decide whether two quantities are proportional, identify the constant of proportionality (unit rate), show the unit rate in tables, graphs and equations, represent proportional relationships by equations, explain points on a graph of a proportional relationship, and use proportional relationships to solve multistep ratio and percent problems.


Happy Note Taking!

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