Simplifying Fractions Worksheets
Take the edge off simplifying fractions with printable worksheets for 4th grade, 5th grade, and 6th grade! Cultivate a clear understanding of the topic with exercises on simplification of fractions using models; finding the simplest form of fractions using GCF; and simplifying proper fractions, improper fractions, and mixed numbers. Our pdf worksheets have your back until you possess sufficient skill at reducing fractions to lowest terms. The free reducing fractions worksheets are beckoning!
Kick into gear with our printable reducing fractions worksheets for grade 4! Study the shaded parts and the number of partitions in each model, and write the simplest form of the proper fractions accordingly.
Does GCF have anything to do with fraction simplification? Yes, it does! Figure out the GCF of the numerator and denominator, and cancel it out of the parts to reduce fractions to lowest terms.
How consummate are your skills at identifying the simplest form? Assess it by identifying the fractions that are in the simplest form in part A and writing "Yes" or "No" to the questions on the simplest form in part B.
This set of pdf reducing fractions worksheets has proper fractions that have a value less than 1. Cancel out the common factors from the numerator and denominator until you are left with the factor 1, and what you now have is the simplest form.
Improper fractions have a value greater than 1. Follow the usual steps of simplification, but you can write down your final answer in two ways; you can write it either as an improper fraction or as a mixed number.
Ideal for grade 5 and grade 6, this array of pdf worksheets features mixed numbers for simplification. Pay a little attention to the reducing fractional part; otherwise, the whole number part remains the same.
Looking for an all-in-one support that doles out generous supplies of simplification across all types of fractions and mixed numbers? This printable resource is a fertile fodder for the young mathsmen.