Percent Task Cards

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Teaching With a Mountain View
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5th - 7th, Homeschool
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Use these 32 task cards to help teach, reinforce, and enrich your students in their percent skills! This set includes a wide variety of different real-world word problems that require your students to think critically about finding percentages, finding sale prices, finding a percent difference in prices, calculating simple tips and tax, and more. Check out the preview to see a sample of the wide variety of questions included!

What's included in this Percent Math Task Card resource ?

  • 32 printable math task cards
  • A printable student recording page
  • An answer key
  • A DIGITAL, Google Slides version, perfect for Google classroom, virtual learning, and paperless practice.  (32 slides of practice!) 

How can I use these Percent Task Cards in my classroom?

  • As a pre-test or post-test activity
  • As an enrichment activity
  • For early finishers
  • To extend learning
  • As math centers
  • Homework
  • Differentiated math practice 
  • As a whole class-activity
  • See even more task card ideas at (A Teaching With a Mountain View website)

What are teachers saying about Percent Task Cards?

"My students loved these real world connections using percentages! THANK YOU!" - Caitlin B.

"Great resource to reinforce percents (which can be a tough skill to grasp)." Jan B.

Finding Percents, Percent Task Cards

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to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
Find a percent of a quantity as a rate per 100 (e.g., 30% of a quantity means 30/100 times the quantity); solve problems involving finding the whole, given a part and the percent.


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