Use these three incredible jigsaws in a lesson to have students compare equivalent fractions, decimals and percentages. I have never seen kids more excited in a math lesson than when they get to do these.
The jigsaws can be printed out already mixed up, so that students cut them out themselves and then fit them together with matching equivalents into a new shape. The answer keys, shown in the new shape, are included.
There are three differentiated levels which you could use at different stages of your teaching or for differentiating within a class.
Once kids have completed them, they love to do them again, timing themselves to get quicker at matching equivalences.
(This set involves fractions with denominators of 2, 5, 10, 25, 50 and 100 as factors of 100)