Ratios, Rates & Unit Rates Real-Life Math Project | Farming Math

Overview

Apply ratios, rates & unit rates to a real-life math project with this Farming Math resource. Students play the role of a summer intern at a farm, and use their math skills to plant and harvest vegetables (ratios), make sales in a farmer's market (rates), and cook vegetable soups using different recipes (ratios and more advanced conversions). It's the perfect project-based learning, unit review, exam prep, or sub plan to culminate your unit with!

CCSS Standards: 6.RP.A.1, 6.RP.A.2, 6.RP.A.3, 6.RP.A.3b, 7.RP.A.1

Why you'll love this

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What’s included?

There's 15 pages in total:

• 1 Scenario Page

• Task 1: Plant and Harvest Vegetables (ratios)

• Task 2: Sell Vegetables and Calculate Revenue (rates)

• Task 3: Plan out new farm and vegetable recipes (ratios, more advanced conversions).

Great for…

• Spiral Review

• Emergency Sub Plans

• Homeschool Activities

• Homework & Independent Practice

• Quiz, Test & Exam Review

• Learning Centers & After School Math Programs

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