## Percentage Increase and Decrease

A great set of non-calculator questions on finding percentage increases and decreases, this worksheet will give plenty of opportunity for students to practise and consolidate the skill ready for the non-calculator GCSE exam paper. Section A has separate tables for increasing and decreasing some amounts of increasing difficulty by some straightforward percentages. Section B then […]

## Equivalence Search (B)

In this equivalence search, students must find fractions, decimals and percentages that sum to 1. It displays quarters, one-half, tenths and hundredths. Sums can be made of more than 2 numbers, horizontally, vertically and even diagonally. There are over 35 to find. Teachers and parents can make up the rules, can a number be used […]

## Percentages of Amounts (C)

This worksheet follows nicely from Percentages of Amounts (B) and extends to the mental methods for calculating percentages of amounts. The first eight questions are scaffolded to help students see how a percentage can be found using a combination or difference of simpler percentages. The questions lead the students through providing clues along the way, […]

## Spider Percentages (C)

This worksheet brings the skills consolidated in Spider Percentage (A) and (B) to find more complicated amounts percentages. Section A uses the format of the spider diagrams from worksheet (A) and asks students to find percentages such as 42%, 125%, and 2.5% of some given amounts. Section B is an excellent Pair/Share activity where students […]

## Spider Percentages (B)

This worksheet uses the format of Spider Percentages (A) but with fewer branches on each diagram. The spider diagrams require students to find some simple percentages such as 10%, 50%, 25%, 1% and 5%, with these values available to find some more complicated percentages. For example, using 5% and 1% to find 6% or using […]

## Mental Percentages

This worksheet would be a great accompaniment to Percentages of Amounts (A), (B) and (C), as well as the Spider Percentages worksheets. Section A asks students to complete a table asking for simple percentages such as 10%, 50%, and 20% that can be found mentally. The last column of the table is a little more […]

## Percentage Increase and Decrease

A great set of non-calculator questions on finding percentage increases and decreases, this worksheet will give plenty of opportunity for students to practise and consolidate the skill ready for the non-calculator GCSE exam paper. Section A has separate tables for increasing and decreasing some amounts of increasing difficulty by some straightforward percentages. Section B then […]

## Percentage Multipliers

This is a super worksheet for students to practice using percentage multipliers. Section A focuses on students stating the correct multiplier for finding the percentage or its increase or decrease. The questions are well structured to use the same percentage in different ways. For example, the multiplier for finding 4% is followed by the multiplier […]

## Finding the Original

This worksheet targets the topic of Reverse Percentages. It provides excellent practice questions covering how this topic could be phrased in an examination setting. Section A requires students to complete a table stating what 100% should be based on a given percentage’s value. It doesn’t lead students through a fixed method allowing them to get […]

## Percentage Change

Percentage change can be difficult for some students to grasp, so this worksheet has a great set of questions to help them master the skill. Section A has a square table for students to complete to build fluency. Section B then challenges the students with some worded problems in different contexts. The worksheet does not […]