This classic memory game matches percents to fractions.
This fraction model shows visual representations of equivalent fractions, decimals, and percents.
Use this game to practice ordering fractions decimals and percents. The more flowers you grow, the harder it becomes.
This matching game allows you to choose which types you want to compare. You can match fractions and decimals, decimals and percents, or all three.
This scale allows you to balance percents and fractions. It’s a nice way to compare the two.
Use bicycle gears to explore relationships between two gears.
Use ratios to determine how much each coin is worth. Get a pen and paper ready.
Use this scale tool to explore relationships between length, area, and perimeter.
Print this activity and use a ruler to discover the golden ratio in facial features.
This interactive page explores everything you need to know about The Golden Ratio.
This is a nice lesson plan for teachers to explore the golden ratio with students in the classroom.
Practice coloring percentages using simple dots.
This is a simple activity to work on rounding numbers and estimating percents. It’s low-tech, yet helpful.
This site offers a variety of word problems involving tip.
This is a nice parent or teacher led activity to explore combining percentages. Be sure to read the instructions.
Use this game to practice finding percentages of a number. It’s sort of like space invaders, but with percents.
Need to work on your shopping skills? Try this game and find your discounts.