This extensive bundle includes 5 packs on fractions, decimals, percentages and ratios. Each pack contains 10 individual worksheets all differentiated 3 ways. Giving a total of 50 unique activities and 150 worksheets. An answer key is also included, as a separate file, meaning you can email the worksheets out to your students.
Worksheet activities includes mazes, word problems, shading, word links, solve the clue, and linking questions.
The first pack introduces students to the concept of fractions and decimals. It covers topics including finding and shading fractions of circles as well as objects, placing fractions and decimals on a number line and comparing the sizes of fractions and decimals.
The second pack covers equivalent fractions and percentages. It introduces equivalent fractions using the bar model and fraction circles, converting between decimals and percentages, writing tenths as decimals, converting common fractions to decimals and percentages, and word problems involving equivalent fractions.
The third pack covers adding fractions and decimals. It begins with adding fractions where the denominators are the same and where one denominator is a multiple of the other. It also includes word problems involving both decimals and percentages.
The forth pack includes finding fractions and percentages of amounts. It begins by looking at unit fractions, then introducing the concept of finding, for example, 3/5 of 40. It also covers finding 10%, 50%, 25%, 20% and 5% of a number. Word questions are also included.
The fifth pack introduces ratios. It covers writing ratios of given objects, sharing an amount in a given ratio, converting between ratio and fractions and word problems involving ratio and proportions.
Included is a bonus final test covering all the topics in the pack and a confidence checklist.
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This is a digital product. You will get your PDF files sent via email. You can then print off as many copies as you need.