# Percent proportion

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Hello! This is fun! PERCENTS -----> PROPORTIONS I am so excited about this! PERCENTS ---------> PROPORTIONS! I was planning on doing one BIG post but I decided to break it up--so read and then come and see me before THANKSGIVING. Holy. Guacamole. We made it to Thanksgiving. Lovely and wonderful. TODAY. Percents to Proportions. I really hope I'm not the only one in the universe that struggles with this. I've tried all of the tricks and know a million and a half ways to get help my students…

Solving Percent Problems - 7th Grade Pre-Algebra - Mr. Burnett

Wow, where has this week gone? Seems like it was just Saturday BUT I will say, I have been super busy. Well, how can I say super busy when the girls have required me to take a nap twice this week. They seek my lap as soon as I put my laptop (or whatever I ... Read more

Ah! Finding percents! I know this was something that was always hard for me to figure out! So I totally get why we all get confused. This is my sure-fire tip for helping students figure out how to set up proportions. This saves my bacon when setting up proportions and teaching percents. Literally. Bacon. Saved. I've found with how our year is mapped out that keeping things in a "ratio state of mind" helps!!! Let's get the IS OVER OF party started! My students each have an is/of card and we…

In this FREE St. Patrick's Day-themed math activity students practice solving for a missing part, whole, or percent using proportional reasoning. Students work in pairs; each partner with a different worksheet with different percent proportion problems. Although they are given different questions, they should find the same results. They can check with one another to gain confidence that they are correct or re-check their work if their answers do not match. By Free to Discover.

Keep your 6th, 7th, or 8th grade students on their toes while they practice finding the percent of a number. This is a great way to give yourself an EASY day! Very little prep. Give yourself a brea…

If you teach middle school Prealgebra math and need a worksheet and resource on how to teach Percent Proportions, check out this free resource. #7thgrademath #math #middleschoolmath #mathteacher