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Here's a set of 16 "I have, who has?" cards on fraction, decimal, and percent equivalents. Perfect for a center activity and an assessment while the kids are playing. I have also played the "who has" with spellign & vocabulary. You can play again & again!! I will use with 4th grade & 6th grade math interventions. Also find a template & make your own for other areas.

Fractions Decimals and Percents puzzles!! - If you put it on a clear plastic square, the picture on the back will be complete. (I guess I would need 2 pieces of plastic for each puzzle, solve on one side sandwich with second piece, and flip!)

Cute! Dr. Pepper method of remembering how to convert from decimal to percent and from percent to decimal

Here's a site with a series of free pages on converting fractions, decimals and percents.

This would be a great review sheet for students to create. Middle school students forget how to do convert decimals and percents to fractions and vice versa, so I think it would be important to have this close by to review frequently.

Fraction, decimal, percent triangle - Love it!

This is a project that helps students learn to compute fractions, decimals and percents. The preview is a

Valentine's Day Math - Your students will love exploring the relationship between fractions, decimals, and percents with this hands on exploration using conversation hearts. It also includes a set of task cards and a quiz! Wow. $

Fraction, Decimal, Percent Conversions Chart