Comparing Fractions Worksheets
Comparing fraction worksheets contain pie model, fraction strips and pictorial representation in comparing fractions; identifying largest and smallest fraction (like and unlike); comparing positive and negative fractions; solving and comparing fractions and more.
Visual Fractions - Comparison
Comparing Picture Fractions
Two graphics divided into parts and partially shaded. Identify the fraction representation of shaded parts and fill in the box with 'greater than','less than' or 'equal to' symbol.
Color the Pie and Compare
Two pies and the fractions are given. Shade the pie according to the fraction. Compare the shaded portion to identify which fraction is greater or lesser or equal.
Two fraction strips are partially shaded and the fraction of shaded part is given. Compare the shaded part to identify which fraction is more or less or equal.
Color and Compare the Fraction Strip
Comparing worksheets include the fraction strips that are not shaded. According to the fraction provided for each strip, shade the fraction strip and compare them.
Identify the Largest Fraction
Comparing fraction worksheet has a pair of fractions or set of fractions. Circle the fraction that is greatest in value.
You should pick out all the fractions that are larger than the given fraction.
Identify the Smallest Fraction
Compare the fractions and pick out the smallest one.
Compare the fraction from the group of fractions and pick out the all possible fractions that are smaller than the given.
Comparing Fractions - More Worksheets
More simple worksheets added for extra practice.
Compare the negative fractions to identify which is largest or smallest.
Positive - Negative Fractions
This section contains worksheets that include both positive and negative fractions.
Comparing Like Fraction Worksheets
Comparing Unlike Fraction Worksheets
Solve and Compare the Fractions
Solve Addition and Compare
Separate worksheets provided for comparing like and unlike fractions.
Solve Subtraction and Compare
Solve the fractions on both sides and then fill in the box with >, < or = symbol.
Solve Multiplication and Compare
We have two sides, right and left. Both sides may have fraction in simplest form or fractions to solve. Do the necessary and compare the fractions.
Solve Division and Compare
Divide or simplify the fractions on both sides and then compare.