# Percents

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### I feel like it takes students all school year and then some to remember how to convert between fractions, decimals and percents. In Texas, we start with generating equivalent numbers in 6th grade: the time when some teachers and students think math manipulatives and models are no longer needed. I strongly disagree. I struggled with math in school (which I believe is what makes me love teaching math now) and I don't ever remember working with math manipulatives or math models. No fraction…

### Less advanced but fun for fine motor skills numbers 1-10 simply match key to lock with the same #

Jessica Shufelt saved to Teaching!

### This free percent wall chart reminds students of the three different types of percent questions. Percent can be a tricky topic for many students. This helpful chart is a great wall reference. If you are looking for task cards that TEACH and REVIEW percent, visit my store link. It comes with 56 t...

Megan Robinson Kemp saved to New math

### I develop curriculum for middle school math. I focus on using critical-thinking skills in my content so the math makes sense to the students.

Adaobi konwe saved to Math

### These Fraction, Decimal, and Percent conversions posters are a must have for any 6th, 7th, or 8th Grade Math Classroom! Help your class learn converting decimals, converting percents, and convertin…

Elizabeth Bennett saved to Math

### Use this popular, FREE fraction, decimal, percent math wheel to help students keep their conversion rates all in one place!

### Fractions, Decimals And Percentages Cards | Teaching Ideas

### Try this fun note-taking format for your middle school math notes when teaching percent of a number concepts! Check out this blog post about teaching percent of a number activities and download the FREE math wheel!

Marcie Pierce Colleary saved to Classroom Ideas

### Submitted by Lacy M&M Fraction, Decimal, Percent Conversions M&M Company’s claim that 30% of the milk chocolate M&Ms in a bag are brown, 20% are red, 20% are yellow, 10% are orange, 10%…

Raven Sabino saved to 5th grade