Comparing Fractions Worksheets
Our printable comparing fractions worksheets for grade 3 and grade 4 help children compare like fractions, unlike fractions, and mixed numbers with nuance and range. Shepherd kids through a plethora of number line diagrams, bar models, pie models, shapes, and reams of practice exercises. Let them refresh their knowledge of fraction equivalence and benchmark fractions so they never feel out of it comparing fractions with same and different numerators. Keep your eyes open for our free fraction comparison worksheets!
If it's fraction comparison, think of number line models! For few other tools are more effective. Locate the given pairs of fractions and mixed numbers on the model and compare their values based on the position.
Use this set of pdf comparing fractions worksheets featuring pie models to reason out the size of fractions. Identify the fractions described by the model and compare them using the <, >, and = symbols.
Bar models are partitioned into several equal parts; a few of them are shaded, too. Let 3rd grade and 4th grade children recognize the fractions represented by the model and then compare their values.
Split into equal parts, each shape in these printable comparing fractions worksheets represents a fraction. Figure out the two fractions and determine if one is less than, greater than, or equal to the other.
These comparing like fractions worksheets help grade 3 kids get an excellent grasp of the concept. All they need to do is compare the numerators and plug in the appropriate sign in between.
Presenting pairs of improper like fractions for comparison, these worksheets require observing the numerators, too. Find out which numerator is greater and fill in the comparison signs accordingly.
Our comparing unlike fractions pdf worksheets are a notch above the rest in this series! The fraction comparison is done by generating equivalent like fractions and comparing the resulting numerators.
Only when two fractions refer to the same whole are comparisons valid. Let children of grade 4 hammer this home to create fractions with common denominators first before moving on to comparing them.
Included here are objective type questions on identifying the fraction as (not) less than, (not) greater than, and (not) equal to another fraction. Perform mixed number comparison to answer a few questions!
Delve into our printable comparing mixed numbers worksheets and become well-versed in comparing a pair of mixed numbers using <, >, and = symbols and also, determining the greatest or smallest mixed number from a set.