Teaching Self-Portraits: proportion vs. tracing face shapes. For grades 1-4 teach proportion. For grades 5-8 begin by having students trace a picture of themselves onto transparency using vis-a-vis marker. Students tape transparency into sketchbook for shape reference. For grades 9-12 teach both methods and introduce modeling/value
Choosing the right pattern, and making it work for your unique proportions is really important, so I’ve listed 6 tips to help you find the right proportions with a sewing pattern and included a free worksheet to help you record your own measurements and how they relate to proportion.
Ratios and proportions Worksheet ,HSPA and SAT Review
I found this task and thought that it can apply to just about anyone! We all have shoes. Simply chuck them on your desk with a piece of white paper underneath and attempt to draw them for some AMAZING results. Tip- images like above take time! Start with basis shapes and make sure your proportion is accurate BEFORE adding shading/patterning etc
Proportions Worksheets, Notes, Math Poetry, Warm-up Problems
Here it is at last – everything you need to introduce students to proportion concepts and ensure they understand and retain them! Contains a "Warm-up" activity, a pictorially illustrated "Guided Notes" worksheet, concept-cementing "Math Poetry", and a two-page "Proportions Worksheet". This $1.50 product is part of a series of six products on ratios, rates, and proportions. A bundled package containing all six products, "Ratios, Rates, and Proportions Galore!", is also available for purchase.
This worksheet has five real-world problems that can be solved by setting up a proportion. A section is provided for students to set up the proportion and to show their work. | by Math on the Move
This is a 24 problem worksheet where students look at basic proportions and solve for one variable using cross products.
Math Color by Number Bundle
This is a growing bundle of my color by number worksheets. Currently it includes all of the individual files: Area of Circels, Area of Trapezoids, Percents, Proportions, Two Step Equations, and Inequalities.