Ratios & Proportional Relationships Task Cards

Math stations are awesome!

Task cards provide an EASY day for you and a FUN day for your class!

Get their bodies moving and their brains will follow!

Math students can be very restless. Your class will really enjoy being up and out of their seats instead of practicing with a traditional worksheet.

Ratios and Proportions are very challenging topics for many students.

This stations activity makes a difficult topic easier! With a variety of different problems, it’s a great way to warm up or practice before a test.

This resource comes with two size options.

You can print two or four to a page, depending on your needs.

No color printer? No problem!

Print the black and white “ink saver” version – print on color paper to make this simple template POP!

Proportional reasoning is a difficult skill.

This activity helps develop that skill by providing a variety of questions in a variety of forms. It also allows the students to collaborate!

Includes a recording sheet & answer key.

This is an EASY, LOW PREP activity! If you print on card stock and laminate, you can use these for years to come!

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