How to Teach Ratios?

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Teaching ratios in the classroom is a great and informative way to learn the proportions of a problem, fractions and making bar graphs.
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Ratios come into play when you are graphing and dealing with fractions. The ratio of a number is the comparable difference of the numerator and denominator of a fraction reduced to lowest terms.
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1. Define ratio. A ratio is a comparison of two or more numbers. For example, if a bag contains 3 red marbles, 5 blue marbles and 9 green marbles, you can use the three-term ratio
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Manipulatives are one good way to teach everybody in a classroom these concepts. There are, for example, blocks you can buy in school supply wholesale stores for a general classroom
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Ok, I have just the same problems when I help junior school kids with maths (I'm a Teaching Assistant, with mathematics as a speciality) YOU find it easy because you have learned
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