Differentiated treasure hunt/trail. Each card has a easy(finding a percentage of an amount), medium (increasing/decreasing by a percentage) & hard (reverse percentage) question. Stick up around the classroom students record the order of the cards, The trail is the same for all 3 so students can change between the difficulty of the question during the trail.\nPlease take time to rate and comment, I might be tempted to share more then!!
A great Christmas activity, requires money calculations, probability & percentages. The excel spreadsheet needs to be printed or it could be done in a computer room. I hope all of the hyperlink work, I got fed up of checking them!! My first share so please rate and comment.
A percentage activity that can be used with students playing individually, in pairs or in groups. They start with £50, get to see the topic of the question then decide how much of their pot they are willing to gamble on getting the answer right. Please rate and comment.
Revision on GCSE content using the Maths Vegas idea. Students get into pairs, you tell them the topic of the question on the slides in the powerpoint and they choose how much of their pot to bet on getting the question right. I let mine bet between £1 and half of their pot. There are bonus cash questions on some of the slides. Each question is marked after a given amount of time dependent on the question and the answers are animated to come up on the slide when they have swapped answers. Please rate and recommend if you like it.