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Visual Fraction Models Worksheets
Learn the joy of practice with our pdf visual fraction models worksheets, which strive to drum into kids' heads that fractions are equal parts of a whole. Tailor-made for 3rd grade and 4th grade, our printables include identifying fractions using shapes, fraction strips, tape diagrams, real-life objects and pictures, pizza models, etc.; identifying unit fractions as one part of a whole; and identifying mixed numbers as whole numbers and fractions put together. Grab our free worksheets on visual fraction models!
Identifying Numerators and Denominators
Shapes like squares, triangles, hexagons, etc., are partitioned into several equal parts in these printables. Count all the parts to identify the denominator, but count only the shaded parts for the numerator.
In this visual fraction models pdf worksheet, children identify unit fractions as those that represent one part of a whole using number line diagrams in part A and fraction strips or tape diagrams in part B.
Draw on the 2D figures here and help 3rd grade kids warm up to the fact that fractions represent equal parts of a whole. Analyze the shapes split into equal parts and answer what fraction of each shape is shaded.
The task in this printable set is to put together the whole number and fraction that represent the completely shaded shapes and partially shaded shapes and write the mixed numbers that describe each model.
How many shaded parts should a shape have so it models the fraction 5/8? You're right, 5 out of the 8 parts should be shaded. Solve this exercise, which presents similar questions with four alternatives.
Missing Numerators or Denominators
Get into high gear with our visual models for fractions worksheets for grade 3 and grade 4! Observe each 2D shape, enumerate the shaded parts, fill in the missing numerator or denominator, and that's job done!
Sharpen your pencils and get ready for some exciting coloring fun! Explore the hands-on tasks to color the appropriate parts of shapes for the indicated fractions in our pdf worksheets on visual fraction models.
Coloring Shapes - Mixed Numbers
Steal a march on the high-flying math stars in 3rd grade and 4th grade by latching onto this printable and shading the appropriate number of divisions of each pie model to illustrate the given mixed numbers.
Slices of pizza are a delicious way of wrapping your head around fractions! Match each pizza model to the numerical and word form of the fraction it serves, and savor a bit of fractions in every bite of pizza!
Coloring Fractions of Real-Life Objects
Displaying real-life objects like water bottles, seashells, wrenches, etc., in place of the usual 2D shapes, this bunch of visual fraction models worksheets is fully equipped to spice up your practice session.
Can the unshaded parts of a shape be expressed as fractions? Use the tape diagrams to teach kids that whatever remains when we take away the shaded parts from the whole is the fraction of the unshaded part.
Fractions Activity | Divide and Color
Beat into children's head that fractions represent equal parts of a whole, and this no-prep pdf resource helps. Split the shapes into equal divisions, color the parts as directed, and answer questions that follow.
Identifying Fractions | Cut and Glue
It's cut-and-glue time! It's time you got some glue and scissors! Snip the visual fraction models, examine the shaded parts, find the numerator and denominator, and glue the cutout near the apt proper fraction.
Delve into this section of printable worksheets that has number line diagrams to illustrate fractions! Study the number line intervals, fill in the missing fractions and mixed number, and do a lot more!
Equivalent Fractions - Visual Models
Two fractions are equivalent if they are the same in their simplest form. This bunch of exercises with area models, shapes, fraction strips, and a lot more exciting illustrations, is sure to get you into high gear!
Multiplying Fractions Using Visual Models
Linked here are pdf worksheets for that display innumerable visual models including shapes, arrays, area models to make multiplication of fractions an easy task for students in 4th grade and above.