Fraction worksheets include hundreds of printable handouts with exclusive pages in each sub topic. After the sub topics, you can find plenty of worksheets that include complete review of fractions.
List of Fraction Worksheets
- Identifying Fraction
- Types of Fractions
- Simplifying Fraction
- Equivalent Fraction
- Fractions on a Number Line
- Adding Fractions
- Subtracting Fractions
- Multiplying Fractions
Explore the Fraction Worksheets in Detail
It includes creative worksheets to learn how to identify the quarters, half's, numerator, denominator and more. Learn fraction in a fun way by coloring or shading the pictures.
Identify what fractions are like or unlike; proper, improper or mixed; convert improper into mixed numbers and vice versa, simple manipulative and more.
Reduce the proper fraction, improper fraction and mixed numbers to its lowest term.
Interactive worksheets that use fraction strips, pie model, visual graphics and more.
These fraction worksheets on number line help kids to visually understand the fractions.
Add like, unlike, proper, improper and mixed fractions. Special fractions such as unit and reciprocal fraction included.
Free subtraction worksheets include all types of fractions build with various skill levels.
It includes worksheets for beginners, intermediate and advance level children. Area model included to understand how multiplication of fraction works.
Plenty of printable worksheets that cover all aspects of division.
Learn how fraction applied and used in real-life by practicing these word problems.
Compare the like fractions, unlike fractions, identify the largest and smallest fraction and more.
Arrange the fractions in either increasing or decreasing order.
Round the fractions to the nearest whole number or to the nearest half. Number lines are also included.
Estimate the sum, difference, product and quotient involving fractions.
Converting worksheets between fractions, decimals and percent.
The timed Decimal online test practice worksheets consist of 10 random questions for 4th, 5th and 6th graders; featuring exercises to add, subtract, multiply and divide decimals in varied levels of difficulty.