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

## Overview

This Farming Math project is a hands-on way for middle school students to dive into ratios, rates, and unit rates. As summer interns at a farm, they'll apply their math skills to real-life scenarios like planting veggies, making sales, and cooking soups. It's engaging and ideal for grades 6-7, helping with both exam prep and unit reviews. Aligned to CCSS standards, this printable PDF resource can seamlessly fit into your lessons and bring math to life without any digital distractions.

## Why you'll love this

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

Want a money-saving bundle of resources for this topic?

You'll love my Rates, Ratios & Unit Rates Digital & Print Bundle, which contains guided notes, along with with print and digital practice.

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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