Write a list on the overhead of things for which students need to determine percentages. For example: What percentage of the class is wearing shorts? sandals? stripes? glasses? etc.

- Where is Sydney?
- Shuttle Scramble
- Complete the Patterns
- Symmetry
- Population in 2040
- Olympic Cities
- Arm Length
- Prepositional Phrases
- Millennium Countdown
- Roman Numerals
- The Perfect Gift
- States and Capitals
- Memories of Home
- Base, Acid, or Neutral
- Who Celebrates First?
- Halloween Probability
- Mortality Rate
- Time on T.V.
- Wolf, Goat, and Cabbage
- Pumpkin Seeds
- Turkey Eaters at Thanksgiving
- Three Consecutive Numbers
- Sorting Animals
- The Magic Square
- Nine to Five
- Find Someone Who…
- Card Tower
- Candy Sorting
- Turn Everyone Off
- What’s Different?
- Columbus Voyage Journal
- Love Quote Response
- How Many Employees?
- Fish Algebra
- Bean Estimation
- Human Bones
- Common Word Length
- Trapezoid Volume
- Where’s Plymouth?
- What’s in Millennium?
- Fast Food Chain
- What is IT?
- A Different Perspective
- Remember the Jack-O-Lantern
- Measurements Around the Room
- Candy Hearts
- The Mariana Trench
- Spain To Japan
- A to Z Veggies
- Common Eye Color

© 2018 Innovative Classroom