# Subtracting Fractions using a Number Line Worksheets

Here is an extensive supply of printable worksheets for fraction subtraction using number lines for the learners of grade 3 and grade 4. Learn to use the jump strategy to subtract fractions with ample exercises under sub topics like drawing hops, plugging in the missing fractions, writing the subtraction sentence by deciphering the number line and much more. Instantly validate your answers with the answer key provided. Commence your practice with our free worksheets!

Subtracting Proper Fractions by Drawing Hops

The printable worksheets in this section feature exercises to subtract proper fractions by simply hopping backward on a number line and calculate the difference between them.

Subtracting Mixed Numbers by Drawing Hops

Subtracting mixed numbers is simplified a lot to kids with the help of these pdf worksheets. They observe the mixed numbers, draw backward hops according to the whole-number and fractional part of the subtrahend, and find the left over.

Missing Proper Fractions on Number Lines

This practice batch lets 3rd grade kids expedite their practice further! They need to plug in the missing proper fractions in the subtraction sentence by observing the number line models.

Missing Mixed Numbers on Number Lines

Children in 4th grade are sure to pick up speed subtracting mixed numbers as they do these printable worksheets. They relate the start point to the first number, number of hops to the second number, and the end point to the difference and figure out the missing numbers.

Completing Subtraction Equations with Proper Fractions

Follow a three-step process to observe, comprehend and replicate a subtraction sentence to solve these printable handouts for grade 3. You are sure to breeze through how like proper fractions are subtracted on your way!

Completing Subtraction Equations with Mixed Numbers

Exhilarate mixed number subtraction practice with this batch of handouts for grade 4! Study the hops on each number line model to arrive at the minuend, subtrahend, and the difference and set up the subtraction equation.