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Fraction addition worksheets contain adding proper and improper fractions, adding like and unlike fractions, adding mixed numbers, adding unit fractions, making whole numbers using the grids and pie representations, and more. It also contains fraction addition with three addends with same and different denominators. Range of denominators at each level: Easy - 2 to 12; Medium - 2 to 20; Hard - 2 to 99. Reduce the answers to the simplest form.

## Fraction Addition Using Number Lines

An assemblage featuring exercises like representing addition equation as hops and vice versa, adding three fractions and much more using a number line.

Adding Fractions Using a Number Line Model (80 Worksheets)

## Like Fractions - Same Denominators

Each worksheet contains 14 problems adding like proper fractions. Column addition included.

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This section contains adding improper fractions in the both horizontal and vertical forms.

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Each worksheet contains 14 problems based on adding mixed numbers with the same denominators.

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Review block contains all types of fractions in mixed variations.

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Improper / Mixed:

All fractions:

## Unlike Fractions - Different Denominators

The students must need a sound knowledge in the least common multiple to solve these addition problems.

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Easy (Vertical):

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Medium (Vertical):

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Add the improper fractions and write the answer in the simplest form. You can also show the answers in mixed numbers.

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Easy (Vertical):

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Medium (Vertical):

Hard (Horizontal):

Add the mixed numbers with different denominators. Row and the column addition included.

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Easy (Vertical):

Medium (Horizontal):

Medium (Vertical):

Hard (Horizontal):

This section reinforces the knowledge in adding fractions. Select the range of fractions you want to explore.

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Proper / Mixed:

Improper / Mixed:

All fractions:

Same Denominators

Add up all the three numerators and take the same denominator. Reduce the fraction to the simplest form.

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Improper:

Mixed Numbers:

Proper / Improper:

Proper / Mixed:

Improper / Mixed:

All fractions:

Different Denominators

Find the common factor in each problem. Write each term in an equivalent form having the same denominators. Add and simplify the answer.

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Improper:

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All fractions:

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Unit Fractions

Apply cross-multiplication method to add these unit fractions.

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## Making a Whole

Fraction Manipulative

Find out the fraction of unshaded region in each pie. That explains how addition of like fraction works. Apply the same for the grids.

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Circle the Fractions

Choose any two fractions in each problem that make the sum 1.

## Missing Fractions

Same Denominators

Identify the missing fraction in each problem. The students should focus only on numerators.

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All fractions:

Different Denominators

In each problem, subtract the fraction on the left from the fraction on the right. Solve the problem. Write the answer in the simplest form.

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Improper:

Mixed Numbers:

All fractions:

Missing Variables

Each worksheet has 10 problems finding value of the variables.

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Unlike Fractions: