# Fraction Worksheets

Printable fraction games and printable worksheets; Manipulative fraction strips, printable fraction pizzas, a memory-matching game, and more.

Equivalent Fractions & SimplifyingThis page has worksheets and activities for teaching students about equivalent fractions and reducing fractions into simplest terms.

Comparing & Ordering FractionsCompare and order pairs of fractions with these task cards, learning center activities, and worksheets.

Fractions on Number LinesThese worksheets all feature fractions on number lines.

Fractional Parts of a SetDownload and print activities on calculating fractional parts of sets. (example: What is 3/4 of 24?)

Mixed Numbers & Improper FractionsMixed number printables; Includes basic mixed numbers, as well as adding and subtracting mixed numbers.

Reciprocal FractionsPrint worksheets for learning about reciprocal fractions.

Adding FractionsPractice addition and subtraction of fractions (with same and different denominators) and mixed numbers.

Subtracting FractionsPractice subtracting fractions and mixed numbers with these printables. Includes like and unlike denominators.

Multiplying FractionsMultiply fractions and mixed numbers. Includes word problems, as well as worksheets with models and illustrations.

Dividing FractionsWith these worksheets, your students can practice dividing fractions and mixed numbers.

Fraction Strips & CirclesThis page has printable fraction strips, fraction circles, fraction pizzas, and other manipulative fraction tools.

Fractions: Halves & Quarters Only (Very Basic)These very basic fraction worksheets cover only halves and quarters (fourths).

Least Common Denominators - LCDFind the least common denominators for the pairs of fractions given.

DecimalsLearn about basic decimals, decimal place value, comparing and ordering decimals, rounding decimals, and adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing decimals.

PercentagesLearn about percentages, such as converting decimals and fractions to percents and word problems involving percents.

RatiosPractice comparing two quantities with ratios. Look at the pictures and determine the ratios of objects.

Fractions are a fundamental part of elementary school math, typically introduced in third grade and expanded upon in fourth and fifth grades. Understanding fractions involves grasping that numbers can represent parts of a whole, an essential concept that builds a bridge between basic arithmetic and more advanced mathematical topics. Students begin by learning the basics of fractions, such as identifying numerators and denominators, and progress to comparing and ordering fractions, performing the four basic operations (addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division), and working with mixed numbers. Reducing fractions is an activity that students continually practice which reinforces basic fraction knowledge that "two-fourths is equal to one-half." They also learn to find the least common denominator (LCD) and understand reciprocals, which are critical for operations like division of fractions.

In the classroom, Super Teacher Worksheets can help teachers to use a variety of methods to make fractions accessible and engaging. Visual aids, such as fraction circles, bars, and number lines, help students see how fractions represent parts of a whole. Hands-on activities, like cutting paper into fractional parts or using real-life objects such as pizza slices or measuring cups, allow children to experience fractions in a tangible way. Teachers also introduce games and digital tools that provide interactive practice with fractions, making the learning process fun and effective. As students become more comfortable with fractions, they begin to tackle more complex tasks, such as comparing and ordering fractions with different denominators, performing arithmetic operations, and converting between improper fractions and mixed numbers.

Understanding how to read, use, and calculate fractions correctly is crucial for studentsâ€™ overall math proficiency. Fractions are not only foundational for higher-level math topics like ratios, proportions, and algebra but are also a key component of everyday life. From cooking and baking to dividing resources and interpreting data, fractions are everywhere. A solid grasp of fractions equips students with the skills they need to solve real-world problems, fosters logical thinking, and enhances their ability to perform calculations with accuracy and confidence. By mastering fractions, students are better prepared for future academic challenges and practical situations where precise calculations are required.