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  • "For every 3 pencils Greg has, he has 4 pens. If he has 21 writing instruments, how many pencils does he have?" 15 ratio questions. Common Core: 6.RP.1


  • This worksheet covers ratios. May be used for intruction or homework. Common Core: 6.RP.1A

  • "He used 4 pieces of mushroom, 4 pieces of ham, 3 pieces of pepperoni, 5 pieces of pineapple, some sauce and some cheese. What was the ratio of pineapple to ham?" 14 ratio questions, with a pizza theme. Common Core: 6.RP.1


  • Colorful pages to introduce the concept of ratios.  May be used for instruction or as a worksheet.  Recommended for upper el and middle school. Common Core: 6.RP.1A

  • A practice page for reducing ratios to lowest terms and enlarging ratios by a given amount.

  • Introduces integers, positive/negative numbers, opposites, and absolute value. Includes real-world examples, and practice ordering, opposites, and absolute value. Common Core: Math: 6.NS.C.6, 6.NS.C.7

  • This Rules and Practice unit introduces the concept of ratios, including parts-to-parts and parts-to-whole relationships, scaling ratios by reducing or enlarging, and using these skills to solve ratio word problems. CC: Math: 6.RP.1

  • Twelve word problems include basic ratios, parts-to-parts, parts-to-whole, reducing to lowest terms, and enlarging ratios. CC: Math: 6.RP.1

  • "There are 5 dogs in a yard. 3 are brown and 2 are spotted. The ratio of brown dogs to spotted dogs is 3 to 2..." Brief introduction to the rules and three worksheets for practice. Common Core: 6.RP.1



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