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- 1. STATION 1 EQUATIONS 1. Mrs. Labuski and her family went pumpkin picking to decorate their house for their annual neighborhood Halloween party. Pumpkin Palace charges their customers $25 for all you can carry or you can pay 60 cents (c) for every pound (p). To determine how which method is cheaper, write an equation that would help them figure out how much money paying per pound would cost. 2. While decorating for the party, Mr. Labuski found old skeletons that had fallen apart. All that was left to put together was the feet. Mr. Labuski knew that 2 feet (f) had 52 bones (b). Write an equation to explain the ratio of how many bones are in each foot. 3. Mrs. Labuski is making candy apples for all of the children at the party. There are 3 children (c) in each family coming to the party. She plans on making 12 candy apples (a) for each family. She is still waiting for families to respond to their invitation. Write an equation that Mrs. Labuski can use to figure out how many candy apples to make depending on how many children attend.
- 2. STATION 2 TAPE DIAGRAMS Mrs. Labuski is buying Halloween Candy for the trick-or-treaters. She likes to buy a mix of chocolate and fruitflavored candy. Since chocolate is more popular, for every three bags of fruitflavored candy, she buys 5 bags of chocolate candy. If Mrs. Labuski buys 6 more bags of chocolate than fruitflavored candy, how many bags of each did she buy?
- 3. STATION 3 TAPE DIAGRAM At the party Mrs. Labuski decides to have a candy corn eating contest. Andrew and Matt decide to compete against each other. For every four candy corns Andrew ate, Matt ate five pieces of candy corn. When the contest was over, the boys had eaten 72 pieces of candy corn. How many pieces of candy corn did each boy eat.
- 4. STATION 4 TAPE DIAGRAM The Darkside Haunted House is very busy this time of year and the line wraps around and around the parking lot with people waiting to walk through the Darkside Haunted House. They try not to make the Haunted Hose as scary when children are visiting so they wanted to see when they had more children or adults. The goblin selling tickets noticed on Friday afternoons there were four children for every two adults. The goblin also noticed on Friday night there was one child for every five adults. If there were 96 children on Friday afternoon, how many adults attended on Friday night?
- 5. STATION 5DOUBLE NUMBER LINE DIAGRAMS Mrs. Labuski plans on having a “Guess How Many Candy Corn Are in the Jar” contest. She wants to put 55 pieces of candy corn in the jar, but she doesn’t want to count them all. She knows that 20 pieces of candy corn equals 40 grams. How many grams of candy corn will she need to equal 55 pieces? Make a ratio table and double number line to solve. STATION 6GRAPH Mrs. Labuski wants to plan how many trick-or-treaters to expect on Halloween. Mrs. Labuski remembers
- 6. last year there were 15 trick-ortreaters every hour. Make a graph to show how many trick-or-treaters Mrs. Labuski should expect in 6 hours. Make a ratio table first. Write your ordered pairs. Don’t forget the SIX labels including the equation. Extend your graph to answer the question STATION 7COMPARING RATIOS Mrs. Labuski is trying to perfect her Witch’s Brew. She has two different recipes that she likes to use. The only difference between the two recipes is the amount of cricket legs and gerbil tails. Which recipe will have a stronger cricket taste? Make two ratio tables, find an equivalent part of the ratios, and compare.
- 7. RECIPE 1 RECIPE 2 In Cauldron mix: 1½ frogs 2 ¼ sour milk cups 4 gerbil tails 6 cricket legs 1/3 cup eyeballs Stir over a hot fire for two days. In Cauldron mix: 1½ frogs 2 ¼ sour milk cups 3 gerbil tails 5 cricket legs 1/3 cup eyeballs Stir over a hot fire for two days. Name _________________________________ Mrs. Labuski / Mrs. Portsmore Per ________ Station 1- Equations Date ___________________ Mid-Module 1 Review Stations My notes after checking my work:
- 8. 1 _______________ 2 _______________ 3 _______________ Station 2 – Tape Diagrams My notes after checking my work: ________________________________ ________________________________ Station 3 – Tape Diagrams My notes after checking my work: ________________________________ ________________________________ Station 4 – Tape Diagrams
- 9. My notes after checking my work: ________________________________ ________________________________ Station 5 – Double Number Line Diagram My notes after checking my work: Station 6 Graphs
- 10. Ordered Pairs: ___________________________________________________ My notes after checking my work: Station 7 Comparing Ratios
- 11. ___________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________ My notes after checking my work: STATION 1 EQUATIONS
- 12. 60p = c 26b = f
- 13. 4c = a STATION 2 TAPE DIAGRAMS fruit-flavored candy chocolate candy 6 more divide by 2 boxes = 3 (constant)
- 14. fruit-flavored candy 3 3 3 3 3 3x3=9 chocolate candy 3 3 3 3 x 5 = 15 Mrs. Labuski will buy 9 bags for fruit-flavored candy and 15 bags of chocolate candy. STATION 3 TAPE DIAGRAM Andrew 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 Matthew 8 total eaten = 72 divided by 9 boxes so constant is 8
- 15. Andrew ate 32 pieces of candy corn, and Matt ate 40 pieces of candy corn. STATION 4 TAPE DIAGRAM afternoon children 24 evening children 24 24 24 = 96 24 adults adults 24 24 24 24 24 24 24
- 16. 120 adults attended on Friday night. STATION 5DOUBLE NUMBER LINE DIAGRAMS candy 20 40 60 80 100 grams 40 80 120 160 200 20 40 40 45 50 80 60 55 ? 120grams 40 candy
- 17. ¾ of 40 ¾ x 40 = 30 80+30= 110 55 pieces of candy will weigh 110 grams. STATION 6GRAPH hours 1 2 3 4 5 trick or treaters 15 30 45 60 75 Ordered Pairs: (1,15), (2,30), (3,45), (4, 60), (5, 75)
- 18. In six hours Mrs. Labuski will have 90 trickor-treaters. STATION 7COMPARING RATIOS Recipe 1 gerbils 4 8 12 16 20 crickets 6 12 18 24 30
- 19. Recipe 2 gerbils 3 6 9 12 15 crickets 5 10 15 20 25 Recipe 2 will have a stronger cricket flavor because both recipes have the same amount of gerbils, but recipe 2 has more crickets so it will have a stronger cricket flavor.

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