Equivalent Fractions Worksheets
The worksheets in this page contain multiplication and division technique to find equivalent fraction; use cross multiplication or any other methods to check for equivalency; pie and fraction strip model to understand equivalent fraction and more.
Basic Equivalent Fraction
Equivalent Fraction for Beginners
These interactive worksheets help kids to learn how to perform operations to create an equivalent fraction.
Equivalent Fraction: Multiplication
Use multiplication operation to find out the missing number in an equivalent fraction.
Equivalent Fraction: Division
Use division operation to find out the missing number in an equivalent fraction.
Equivalent Fraction: Mixed Review
It uses both multiplication and division in each worksheet. Find out what operation to be performed and calculate the missing the number.
Fill in the missing multiples that make the fractions equivalent.
Simple equivalent fraction worksheet provided in a quiz format.
Your Own Fractions
Write any three equivalent fractions of your own. Answers provided for first 3 multiples.
Check for the Equivalency
Identify Equivalent Fractions
Each fraction is given with four choices. You should circle the fractions that are equivalent.
Visual Pie Model
Compare the shaded part of the pie and set up the fraction. Are they equivalent? Find out either by comparing the fractions or shaded regions.
Cross Multiplication Method
Apply cross multiplication and check the equality. If they are equal, write yes, otherwise no in the box.
Simplify and Compare
Write the fractions in its simplest form and check for the existence of equivalent fractions.
Fraction strip worksheets help you understand how to write fraction in many ways. Each strip has two rows. Fraction of shaded region from the first row compared to the corresponding shaded portion from the second row and the equivalent form is set.
Fraction Strip Basic
Compare the corresponding shaded portion of the boxes and write the missing numbers that form equivalent fraction.
Equivalent Fraction Strip Model
First row in a strip is divided into equal boxes. Compare each corresponding box with the box in a second row. Count by how many partitions each box has been made and find the missing number that forms equivalent fraction.
Equivalent Fraction in Single Strip
Each box in a strip is further divided into many pieces. Set up the equivalent fraction that describes the box model.