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I have used this for a bottom set Yr 9 class - probably a couple of lessons work really.

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I have used this for a bottom set Yr 9 class - probably a couple of lessons work really.

Worksheet/practice paper, up to level 5.

A complete lesson on finding percentages of an amount using non-calculator methods, by relating them to the key percentages of 10%, 25% and 1%. See the cover image to get an idea of the intention of the lesson.
Activities included:
Starter:
A set of questions to recap on finding 50%, 25%, 75%, 10%, 5%, 20% and 1% of an amount.
Main:
Some slides to introduce the idea of using the key percentages to find other percentages.
A worksheet to consolidate these ideas, followed by three flowcharts in the style of the cover image, where pupils are given a starting number and work out all the percentages. The starting numbers get progressively more difficult. I use this as a non-calculator task, but it could be used with calculators too.
An extension task where pupils work out some percentages not included in the flowcharts, by combining percentages.
Plenary:
A great discussion question, looking at four possible ways to calculate 75% of a number.
Printable worksheets and answers included.
Please review if you buy as any feedback is appreciated!

Simple worksheet that can be used to introduce the topic

A handout to consolidate working out percentages. A little bit of input will be required to complete the handout to your liking. Answers included.

Complete Percentages course.
22 exercises with examples and answers covering:
shading percentages
Percentage of amounts
increase/decrease by percentage
worded problems
calculate percentage increase/decrease
reverse percentage
percentage error
simple interest
compound interest
doubling/tripling problems
Access 1000's of free activities and support material at www.supermathsworld.com

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Percentages
This product includes 12 math scavenger hunt problems/posters to be posted around the room. A record sheet for students to use as they answer the questions is also included. This review focuses on problems relating finding percentages.
The scavenger hunt format of this activity really motivated my students! I hope you also enjoy using this in your classroom!

Hi
My name is Will Neill, a maths teachers working in the North West of the UK. I have created 281 lesson presentations that cover the complete KS3 and KS4 Maths course including all new topics for the new 9-1 GCSE spec. All lessons introduce each topic with examples that are all fully annotated. At the end of each presentation there are summary questions with answers attached. All lessons are on power point and are designed to be used at the front of a classroom.
Topics include
Number: 62 lessons
Algebra: 81 lessons
Geometry and Measure: 65 lessons
Ratio and Proportion: 33 lessons
Probability and Statistics: 40 lessons
Prices:
• 20 lessons are free (4 from each of the above topics)
• All other lessons are individually priced at £2
• All number lessons can be purchased together for £1 each (£62), They have been placed in a very large single power point presentation. This is the same for all topics eg, Algebra will cost £81 for all lessons.
• The entire package, all 281 lessons can be purchased for £200. It is all on one power point. This works out at 71p per lesson
• A (H) indicates that it is on the higher GCSE only
Ratio and Proportrion
R1: Converting Metric Units…Length
R2: Converting Metric Units…Mass
R3: Converting Metric Units…Capacity
R4a: Fraction of an Amount
R4b: Fraction of an Amount – Reverse
R5: Percentages…Expressing as a percentage
R6: Percentage Change
R7: Percentage of an Amount
R8: Percentage Increase/Decrease Non Calc
R9a: Percentage Increase Decrease
Using Calc
R9b: Percentage Increase Decrease Using Single Multipliers with Calc
R10: Percentages - Simple Interest
R11: Percentages…Compound Interest/Growth & Decay
R12: Reverse Percentages
R13: Ratio: Simplifying
R14 Ratio: Writing in the form 1:N
R15a - Ratio Sharing an Amount
R15b - Ratio Sharing-More Than One Ratio
R16 - Ratio: Maps and Scales
R17 - Recipe Style Questions
R18 - Value for Money
R19 - Exchanging Money
R20 Compound Measures-Speed Non Calc
R21 Compound Measures-Speed Calc
R22 Speed - Converting km/h to m/s
R23 Speed - Time Distance Graphs
R24 Compound Measures-Density
R25 Compound Measures-Pressure
R26 Direct and Inverse Proportion
Problem Solve
R27 Direct and Inverse Proportion
Graphs
R28 Direct and Inverse Proportion
Formula
R29 Compound Measures - Population Density

Match the decimals, fractions and percentages to their equivalents.

Another great resource for an outstanding lesson. Well structured, differentiated lesson on reverse percentage.
Enjoy.

Worksheet that can be used as a whole lesson resource.

This fraction, decimal and percentage matching puzzle is a fun way to test students ability convert between fractions, decimals and percentages. It contains 32 puzzles including all base fractions up to nine-tenths, and also includes a bonus ten-tenths to test understanding of a whole.
It is designed to be easily cut with little wastage. So either the teacher or tutor can prepare the cards by cutting them before hand, or students can cut their own cards, giving them a chance to see the solutions before they attempt the puzzle.
Although this product is made in colour, it prints perfectly well in black and white. Each puzzle is the size of an A4 sheet. To use less paper, select the pages per sheet option, and the puzzles will be smaller, but still high quality.
Available as part of Matching Activity Bundle One.
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Fractominoes 2 - Fraction, Decimal and Percentage Dominoes
Fraction, Decimal and Percentage Flash Cards
Fractions, Decimals and Percentage Clip Cards
Fractions, Decimal and Percentage Snap Card Game

Everything you need for a lesson observation lesson is here. You won't be disappointed.
Lesson plan
Starter and extension
Assessment
card sort activity (differentiated)
Further assessment
Worksheet activity
Plenary
All this is attached including the ppt. I taught this to a mixed ability class and every student achieved for my set learning outcomes. This resource is aimed at all KS3 and KS4 students.

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A full week of planning for year 5. All resources and presentations are included.
The planning is fully differentiated 3 ways and includes mastery extension tasks.
Written because I could not find anything like it out there (and needed it!)
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Percentages based on blooms taxonomy. Will make a good plenary activity / to check prior knowledge at the beginning of lessons.

This resource comprises of a Powerpoint and supporting two page activity sheets.
The Powerpoint clearly demonstrates visually the equivalence of fractions decimals and percentages.
It does so by representing a percentage as a corresponding decimals and fraction. a visual representation is then shown on a 100 grid. SEveral examples are given.
The supporting worksheets ask pupils to roll two dice to generate a percentage which they then have to represent in a similar manner as the PowerPoint presentation.
The worksheets are supplied as a pdf and also as a Publisher file to facilitate easy amendnent should you require.
Thank you for your interest in my maths resources. i do hope you find them useful.

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Percentages
This product includes 10 math scavenger hunt problems/posters to be posted around the room. A record sheet for students to use as they answer the questions is also included. This review focuses on problems relating to finding percentages.
The scavenger hunt format of this activity really motivated my students! I hope you also enjoy using this in your classroom!

Fully differentiated Reverse Percentage Problems lesson including frame-worked worksheets and card match plenary exercise.
Covers calculating an original amount by working back to 100% and by using a multiplier and rearranging.
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HCF LCM and Prime Factor Decomposition Lesson

Percentages for KS3 Maths
This individual powerpoint presentation is from the KS3 Maths Topics Series.
It contains 55 slides (Plus a title and end slide), so there are lots of examples. This is an ideal resource which you will enjoy using to explain Percentages to your classes for years to come.
The powerpoint explains:
Defining Percentage
Finding a Percentage of an Amount
Writing One Number as a Percentage of Another
Percentage Change
Finding an Original Amount

Percentage of Amount, Fantastic resource on Percentage of an Amount (Percentage of a Quantity)
Great resource for quick fire revision or whole lesson, lots of questions with answers.
Very well differentiated through out.
Lots of questions, 44 slides. Colourful interactive and engaging.
All questions come with in depth answers. Each slide is differentiated.
Percentage of amount (differentiated)
Percentage increase and decrease questions also.
Ideal for GCSE Maths, GCSE Mathematics, or any International Curriculum.

A worksheet in 3 sections. First section is on converting between decimals and percentages. Second section is on changing percentages to fractions and third section is on fractions to percentages. All non calculator. Could be used for an entire lessons work or could be cut up for small starters or reviews.