If you use guided math or math centers in your middle school classroom, this huge pack of percentage lessons will help you differentiate for all of your students. This lesson set comes with nine different activities at a variety of levels, but all are focused around percents and their equivalency to decimals and fractions. There are three levels included: •Learn It! activities are designed to help your students lay the foundations that they will need to reach grade level expectations for working with percentages as a rational number. •Practice It! activities provide opportunities for your students to practice using percentages as rational numbers in a variety of formats and with a variety of models. •Know It! activities are extensions for students who already have a mastery of using percentages as rational numbers to take them beyond the standard and to apply it in other, novel grade level appropriate topics. Each lesson activity has a scripted lesson plan to follow when using it as a guided math mini-lesson or a small group lesson. It also includes instructions on how to use as a math station or center for independent practice. When appropriate, the lessons also include a full answer key. An overview of the included activities: •Is this a Percent?: An task card activity to help students practice defining and identifying percents as a ratio comparing values to 100. •Shading Fractions and Percents: Designed to help students discover equivalent fractions and percentages, by shading patterns, they are able to make a model of the relationship between a fractions denominator and 100. •Decimal & Percent Puzzle: This activity is designed to help students identify patterns between equivalent percents and decimals using a fun puzzle! •Percent Problem Solving: Practice problem solving from real world scenarios with these task cards. •Sets and Subsets: Practice ordering and comparing rational numbers using fractions, decimals, and percents using Venn diagrams and hierarchy charts with this engaging and brain-twisting activity. •Connect It Game: Your students will have fun playing this math take on a classic game. In this activity students translate a variety of models and statements to percentages to place their pieces on the game board. •Building Benchmarks: Practice naming percentages using benchmark fractions in this easy to play game! •Multiplying by Percentages: Challenge students to use their knowledge of the equivalence of decimals and percents to solve real world problems about taxes, savings, and other financial purchasing decisions. •Percent Bar Graphs: Students discover how percentages can be graphed using a percent bar graph. Your students will also use clues to create their own percent bar graph.