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Percentages Worksheets

Percentage Basics 1

- illustrates 25%, 50%, 75% and 100%

Percentage Basics 2

- illustrates 20%, 10%, 90% and 80%
The above sheets can both be cut into three and used for discussion. It may be worthwhile for learners to stick them into their exercise books for reference.
They use shaded shapes to illustrate percentages, and give examples of how percentages relate to fractions including hundredths.

Percentages, fractions & decimals

Learners need to fill in the gaps to show the percentages, fractions and decimals that are represented by shaded squares and circles.

Circle Percentages

Percentages are illustrated here as sectors of circles. Learners need to write the percentage that each sector represents.

Spider Percentages

The task here is to work out the percentage of a whole line that a spider has travelled at the points indicated.

The following 2 worksheets are designed to gently introduce learners to percentages of quantities:

Percentages- Shape Shading

Three sets of shapes need to be shaded. The task is to shade 50% of each shape in the first set, 25% of each shape in the second set, and 75% in the third.

Percentages- Circle the Dots

As the name suggests, learners are presented with groups of dots which need to be circled-
50% of the dots in each box in the first section, 25% in the second section and 75% in the third.

Percentages of whole numbers | 1

30 questions e.g. 50% x 16.

Percentages of whole numbers | 2

30 questions e.g. 17% x 400.

Changing Percentages to Fractions and Decimals

This worksheet is divided into 4 sections, allowing learners to demonstrate that they can
a) change percentages to fractions
b) change fractions to percentages
c) change percentages to decimals
d) change decimals to percentages

Percentage Increase and Decrease

This worksheet is designed to test learners' ability to
a) increase a number by a given percentage
b) work out the percentage increase given the original and new amount
c) decrease a number by a given percentage
d) work out the percentage decrease given the original and new amount

*There are many different ways to correctly shade in the shapes / circle the dots. These are not the only "answers"