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 force the students to use a specific method, allowing them to use their preferred method. It could lead to an excellent discussion about different methods to calculate percentage change. Can they write a formula in their own words to find the percentage change?