Convert between Improper Fractions and Mixed Numbers Worksheets
Explore this pack of printable converting between improper fractions and mixed numbers worksheets and excel in the step-by-step conversion of both an improper fraction to a mixed number and a mixed number to an improper fraction. The visual models help students of grade 4 and grade 5 understand the two representations of the same fraction. The standard exercises with answer keys allow children to master this conversion with prolific practice. Practice a little bit of conversion for free with our free worksheets!
These shapes aren't anything new for kids! Here, they're partitioned into equal parts to represent improper fractions, though. Conceive of mixed numbers as equivalent to fractions to complete these pdf worksheets.
Experience some theoretical conversion practice with printable 4th grade worksheets! Divide the numerator by the denominator; write the quotient as the whole part and remainder over divisor as the fractional part.
Tasked with arithmetic operations, children are likely to hit it off with improper fractions faster than with mixed numbers. This exercise aids them to visually discern a mixed number for every improper fraction.
Solve these 5th grade pdfs in 3 steps: multiply the denominator with the whole part; add the product to the numerator; write down the improper fraction with the sum on the numerator. Do retain the denominator!
Here's a golden opportunity to revise the improper fraction and mixed number conversion! Study the mixed number or improper fraction given, shade the pie illustrations accordingly, and complete the table.
Put your knowledge of converting to test with these printable 2-part review worksheets! In part A, convert an improper fraction to a mixed number; in part B, convert a mixed number to an improper fraction.