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Printable “Fraction” worksheets:

Equal Parts

Introduction to Fractions

Compare Unit Fractions

Compare Fractions with Same Numerator

Fractions on the Number Line

Compare Fractions on the Number Line

Compare Fractions

Order Fractions

In these free math worksheets, you will learn how to identify and represent shaded and non-shaded parts of one whole as fractions. Build and write fractions greater than one whole (improper fractions) using unit fractions.

**How to Identify and represent fractions.?**

A fraction is a mathematical representation of a part of a whole.

The top number (called the numerator) represents the part of the whole.

The bottom number (called the denominator) represents the whole.

We can use visual aids like shapes, drawings, or objects to illustrate the concept.

For example, a circle divided into equal parts can represent a fraction, where each part is a fraction of the whole.

Unit fractions as fractions where the numerator is 1. For example, 1/3 represents one-third of a whole.

An improper fractions is where the numerator is greater than or equal to the denominator.

Fractions are a fundamental concept in mathematics, allowing us to represent and work with parts of a whole. Students will explore more complex aspects of fractions in upcoming lessons.

Have a look at this video if you need to learn how to identify and represent fractions.

Click on the following worksheet to get a printable pdf document.

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**Printable**

(Answers on the second page.)

Introduction to Fractions Worksheet #1 (unit fractions)

Introduction to Fractions Worksheet #2 (proper fractions)

Introduction to Fractions Worksheet #3 (proper fractions)

Introduction to Fractions Worksheet #4 (Sprint)

Introduction to Fractions Worksheet #5 (Sprint)

Introduction to Fractions Worksheet #6 (improper fractions)

Introduction to Fractions Worksheet #7 (improper fractions)

Equivalent Fractions

Reduce Proper Fractions

Simplify Proper & Improper Fractions

Improper Fractions to Mixed Numbers

Mixed Numbers to Improper Fractions

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