Ratios on tables! We used the correct form, then made a sentence/story to remind us that numbers have meaning, then represented the sentence/story with visuals, THEN solved a distance/rate/time problem together. Super fun station, even for those who struggled a bit with the concept.
Seriously, math is more fun when you can write on the table. Props to other Kepler teachers for re-arranging and re-adjusting my sense of propriety when it comes to table manners. : )
(Yes, they are upside-down. Small group stations means you learn to read and write upside-down.)