Types of Fractions Worksheets

Gravitate toward our printable types of fractions worksheets and kick-start your journey into the world of fractions. Corralled in these pdfs are exercises to propel your grade 3 and grade 4 kids' practice in identifying like and unlike fractions by observing the denominators, followed by differentiating between proper and improper fractions by comparing the numerator and the denominator, and then moving on to identifying mixed numbers, and unit fractions. Our free types of fractions worksheets are a good place to begin your practice.

Identifying Like and Unlike Fractions

Fractions with same denominators are like, and those with different denominators are unlike. The exercises in our printable identifying like and unlike fractions worksheets are a no-brainer for the keen observers.

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Recognizing Proper and Improper Fractions

Scout through the different kinds of fractions, comparing their top and bottom numbers. A numerator lesser than the denominator hints at a proper fraction, and a greater numerator hints at an improper fraction.

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Is it a Mixed Number?

Do you see a combo of a whole number and a fraction? Get 3rd grade and 4th grade kids circling, choosing, and answering polar questions in these printable worksheets on identifying mixed numbers.

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Naming Fractions | Proper, Improper, or Mixed

Whether it is identifying or differentiating between proper, improper, or mixed fractions, our worksheets have them all. Label the type of fraction in Part A, choose the option that best describes the fraction in Part B.

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Identifying Unit Fractions

What do the fractions 1/2, 1/12, 1/100 have in common? With a numerator 1, a unit fraction is yet another easy-to-identify fraction. Get this concept deeply ingrained with our identifying unit fractions pdfs.

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Types of Fractions | MCQ

There's nothing better than a well-timed MCQ to test the knowledge of your grade 3 and grade 4 kids in recognizing and distinguishing between the different types of fractions. Watch kids solve them a jiffy!

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