# L2 Percentage increase & decrease with multipliers

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Last updated 12 March 2013, created 28 December 2011, viewed 5,604

Lesson two in my sequence of lessons on multipliers. All resources provided. Starter - matching activity Lesson - examples and matching activity to check understanding Worksheet - join questions to answers in order with straight lines. The lines will pass through letters, keep a record of t More…hese letters. Eventually it spells out something like WE LOVE CHOCOLATE Plenary - memory game Extension - comparing 15% increase to 10 then 5% and so on.

• Lesson plan
L2 Plan.doc (26kb, Word document)
• ### for pupils

• Worksheet
L2 extension.xls (16kb, Excel document)
• Tutorial
L2 lesson.ppt (145kb, Powerpoint document)
• Activity
L2 starter.ppt (22kb, Powerpoint document)
• Worksheet
L2 worksheet - multiplier code breaker.jpg (842kb, Image document)
• Activity
plenary L2.ppt (47kb, Powerpoint document)
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Brilliant! The code breaker was an excellent way to judge whether the children were understanding multipliers.

from fenners13, 12 March 2013
(report comment) 5 out of 5

Great resources - I really like the code breaker - thanks!

from vhughes5, 01 October 2012
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Love these resources, something different and very well thought out. Thanks a lot.

from chambers116, 18 June 2012
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Thanks for sharing all your hardwork!!! This has virtually helped me plan at least 3 of my lessons which I am sure that my year 9s and 10s will enjoy - all boxes are ticked AFL, creative, differentiated etc!! Excellent plans, lessons and resources to go with them all - a massive thanks!!!

from wbn, 23 January 2012
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Thank you for taking the time to upload all of these. I particularly like the plenary. A useful introduction to multipliers for percentage increase and decrease :)

from mrsmartin2, 22 January 2012
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