Fractions, Decimals and Percentages Cards

Age Range: 7 - 11

The downloadable resource below includes sixteen printable pages of cards. Each page includes a fraction and the matching decimal and percentage. A 'picture' of the fraction is also included.

This resource could be used with the children in your class in the following ways:

• Cut out the cards, jumble them up and ask your children to match each set of cards.
• Challenge your children to put the jumbled cards into ascending / descending order.
• Ask your students to create their own versions of these cards for other fractions.
• Play 'Matching Pairs' or 'Snap' games with the cards.
• Print the pages and use them as posters on a display board in your classroom.

Can you think of other ways to use these cards? Let us know in the comments below...

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