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## Intro to Percents – Level 1

This four page worksheet introduces percents. It relates percents to one hundred and fractions. It also uses shading to help students visualize percentages and covers numbers that can not be separated into 100 using the four basic percents (25%, 50%, 75%, 100%).

Key concept: A percent is out of 100. Example: 13% means 13 out of 100 or 46% means 46 out of 100. Preview Print Answers  ## Percents and Decimals – All Levels

This one page worksheet has students write the percent as a decimal and write the decimal as a percent.

Key concept: A percent is out of 100, which means you need to always move the decimal two places. Percent to decimal you move two spaces to the left, and decimal to percent you move two spaces to the right. Preview Print Answers  ## Percents and Fractions – Level 1

This two page worksheet covers rewriting percents as fractions and fractions as percents. Students should already know how to simplify fractions, do long division with decimals, and change a decimal to a percent.

Helpful review: Fractions to Decimals and Decimals to Percents good review. Also, Simplifying Fractions and Long Division with Decimals – Level 2 can help. Preview Print Answers  ## Percents and Fractions – Level 2

This two page worksheet continues rewriting percents as fractions and fractions as percents. Students should already understand simplifying fractions, long division with decimals, changing decimals to percents, mixed numbers, and improper fractions.

Student misunderstanding: More than 100% is a whole number, and a whole number is more than 100%. Preview Print Answers  ## Percents, Decimals, and FractionsLevel 3

Students write numbers as percents, decimals, and fractions. Use the above handouts for review if necessary. There are two versions of this handout.

Version A Print Answers Version B Print Answers  Preview  This art worksheet covers decimals and percents. Students look at squares and write the decimal and percent of the shaded part. In addition, there are a few find the percent of a number problems.

Key concepts: Interpret percents as a part of a hundred, find decimal and percent equivalents for common fractions, and compute a given percent of a number. Preview Print Answers  ## Percent of a Number – Level 1

This two page worksheet begins the process of finding the percent of a number and what percent a number is of another number.

Key concept: Finding the percent of a number involves multiplication, but if you look at what percent a number is of another number you will notice it is backwards or in the opposite direction, which means division instead of multiplication Preview Print Answers  ## Percent of a Number – Level 2

This two page worksheet continues finding the percent of a number and what percent a number is of another number. Students should be able to multiply and divide decimals.

Student misunderstanding: When changing a percent to a decimal or changing a decimal to a percent the decimal is ALWAYS moved two spaces. Preview Print Answers  ## Percent of a Number – Level 3

This two page worksheet finishes finding the percent of a number and what percent a number is of another number.

Key concepts: Know how to change a percent to decimal and vise versa. Know how to multiply and divide decimals. Understand the relationship of 25%, 50%, 75%, and 100% to simple division (quarter, half, one). Preview Print Answers  These one page art worksheets have two pictures hidden inside. Students need to use their knowledge of percent of numbers to solve various equations. Examples: 42.5% of 59 = ?, ? % of 85 = 10, or 40% of ? = 81. They must answer all the questions but for the shading students have the option to only shade in the odd numbered or even numbered problems to get one of the two different pictures.

Level 1 Preview Print Answers Level 2 Preview Print Answers Level 3 Preview Print Answers  These one page, art worksheets review percent of a number. Students need to find the percent of a number, what percent one number is of another, and find the original number when a percent is given.

Helpful idea: The two versions have the same questions, but in slightly different order and the pictures have been altered. Give half the class one version and the rest the other.

Version A Preview Print Answers Version B Preview Print Answers  These one page art worksheets review percent of change. Students are given an original and new number and must figure out if the change is an increase or decrease and then calculate the percent of change. After solving, students find the answers in the picture and shade in the corresponding shapes.

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