[Winter] Finding the Percent Digital Pixel Art | Percents Word Problems Google


Engage your students with these pixel art activities and practice percent word problems - finding the percentages when given the part and whole (for example: 150 is what percent of 200?)

Why you'll love this

It includes two level of difficulty (two separate pixel art google sheets), both can stand alone or be assigned together. The first level involves whole number solutions while the second level involves decimal solutions. There are word problems included in each level. It's great as sub plan, review lesson, or independent practice!

Each activity is a self-checking Google Sheet, themed after winter and Christmas. The image is versatile, so it can really be used at any time in the school year. Students practice a series of problems, and get immediate feedback as they go. Correct answers turn green and incorrect answers stay red. As students type in correct answers, a mystery picture appears. The Google Sheets are all self checking & digital, so it can easily be assigned through Google Classroom or any online learning platform.

Plus, there’s an optional printable PDF worksheet with work space to allow students to show work on paper if desired. Easy to assign virtual or in-person, and with Google Classroom.

What’s included?

There's 2 pixel art Google Sheets, with 24 problems total, along with an answer key and directions for reference:

  • Google Sheet #1: 12 percentages problems with whole number solutions (easy level)

  • Google Sheet #2: 12 percentages problems with decimal number solutions (difficult level)

  • Answer Key (PDF) & Instructions

  • Optional Work Space Worksheets

You can assign the Google Sheets separately or both at once depending on your preferences and skills that your students are working on.

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