Fractions, decimals and percentages  Free maths worksheets
Look here to find maths worksheets and other resources for fractions, decimals and percentages including: finding fractions of amounts, converting between different forms and arithmetic.
Adding decimals worksheetA ready to write on sheet full of questions about adding decimals.



Simple Percentages WorksheetA worksheet for finding simple fractions of amounts, starting with 10%, then 20%, 30%, 5% and 15%.

Find the percentages worksheetA quick starter worksheet designed to be printed out and left on pupils' desks ready for the start of the lesson. Pupils need to use a calculator to find percentages of whole numbers.

Fractions, decimals and percentages worksheetA starter worksheet for pupils to convert between fractions, decimals and percentages.

Finding fractions of an amount worksheetSimple questions on finding fractions of an amount, starting with unit fractions and building up to nonunit fractions of measures with units e.g. 5/7 of £35.

Finding fractions of an amount  Worded questions worksheetA worksheet containing worded questions involving finding fractions of an amount.

Adding fractions with the same denominator worksheet generatorAn Excel document allowing you to generate random fraction addition questions involving fractions with the same denominator.

Percentage increases and decreases worksheetA selection of worded questions involving increasing or decreasing by a percentage.


Finding percentages of an amount videoMy own video hosted on YouTube demonstrating how to find a percentage of an amount using decimal multipliers.
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Finding percentages of an amount by using simple percentages videoThis video maths lesson is about how to find a percentage of an amount by breaking it up into simpler percentages such as 10%, 5% and 1%.


Increasing or decreasing by a percentage using multipliers videoThis video maths lesson is about how to find a percentage increase or decrease by using the multiplier method.
