# Adding Fractions using a Number Line Worksheets

This set of simple yet engaging worksheets are meticulously drafted for 3rd grade and 4th grade students. Navigate through 80+ printable worksheets that are subdivided into topics ranging from adding fractions on number lines, supplying the missing values, translating number line into an addition statement and much more. Get started with our free worksheets.

Adding Proper Fractions by Drawing Hops

Utilize this set of number line worksheets for grade 3 that provides ample practice in adding two proper fractions by showing hops on the number line. Recognize the unit fraction with which the interval is split, draw hops, and obtain the sum.

Adding Mixed Numbers by Drawing Hops

Step up your fraction addition skills by understanding how to add two mixed numbers! The number line models with mixed number intervals in these pdf worksheets help children breeze through finding the sum of two like mixed numbers.

Adding Fractions: Draw Hops - Mixed Review

The pdf worksheets here are classified into two types and serve best for recapitulating the concepts learnt in the previous section.

Completing Addition Equations with Proper Fractions

These pdf worksheets focus on providing practice in translating number lines with proper fractions to addition sentences. The start point becomes the first addend, the jumps are the second addend, and the end point is the sum.

Completing Addition Equations with Mixed Numbers

Escalate your practice with this printable practice set! Students of grade 4 need to repeat the same steps, but identify the mixed-number addend and sum and complete the addition equations here.

Addition Equation: Missing Fractions - Mixed Review

These printable handouts help the children evaluate the addition skills that contains number lines with a combination of mixed numbers and proper fractions.

Work your brain the other way around with this 3rd grade practice set! Complete the addition sentence by observing the hops on the number line and plugging in the missing proper fraction.

Relate the point where the hops start and the number of hops to the two addends, and the point where the hops stop to the sum. Count the long jumps and hops on the number line for the whole number and fractional part of mixed numbers respectively.

The bundle here provides a quicker way to review the fraction addition and feature exercises to decipher the number line model and write it as an addition sentence.