- Adding & Simplifying Fractions I
- Adding & Simplifying Fractions II
- Adding & Simplifying Fractions III
- Adding & Simplifying Mixed Numbers
- Adding & Simplifying Mixed Numbers and Fractions
- Changing Improper Fractions to Mixed Numbers
- Comparing Fractions
- Converting Fractions to Decimals
- Fraction Models
- Fraction of a Number
- Interpreting Circle Graphs
- More Complex Fraction Problems

In this math worksheet, students add fractions with common denominators. They must find the greatest common factor to reduce each sum to its simplest form.

Use this math worksheet to give students practice adding fractions with common denominators, simplifying sums, and renaming answers as mixed numbers.

Give students practice adding fractions with different denominators. In this math worksheet, students must rewrite fractions with common denominators, add fractions, simplify fractions, and rename answers as mixed numbers.

In this fractions worksheet, students find common denominators, rename mixed numbers, add mixed numbers, and simplify fractions to find the answers.

To add the mixed numbers in this fractions worksheet, students need to find common denominators. Then, they rename answers as proper mixed numbers.

In this math worksheet, students use their knowledge of multiplication to change mixed numbers into improper fractions and division to change improper fractions into mixed numbers.

Give students practice comparing fractions with different denominators. In this math worksheet, students must determine which fraction is greater and which fractions are equal. In the third section, children put fractions in order from least to greatest; they should convert all the fractions into a common form before answering the question.

Students use their understanding of place value to convert fractions to decimals. This worksheet gives students practice with tenths, hundredths, and denominators that require long division.

Use these fraction models to represent mixed numbers. Students write the missing numbers or fraction to show which part is shaded.

Multiply and simplify fractions to find the fraction of each number. If children have difficulty multiplying a whole number by a fraction, have them use long division to find the quotient.

Introduce pie charts with a math worksheet that gives students practice with fractions. Students must interpret the circle graphs to find fractions of an amount.

These complex fraction problems ask children to find 3â5, 7â10, or 2â3 of each dollar amount or measurement. Ensure that children are dividing the amount by the denominator and multiplying the result by the numerator to find each answer.

- Multiplying Fractions
- Recognizing Equivalent Fractions
- Rounding Mixed Numbers
- Subtracting & Simplifying Fractions I
- Subtracting & Simplifying Fractions II
- Subtracting & Simplifying Mixed Numbers
- The Simplest Form of Fractions
- Word Problems with Percentages & Fractions
- Writing Equivalent Fractions

Give students practice multiplying fractions, simplifying answers, and writing products as mixed numbers. This math worksheet includes horizontal multiplication problems that multiply a fraction by a fraction and a fraction by a whole number.

Students use their knowledge of multiplication and division to find the missing number that makes each pair of fractions equal. They apply the same method to make each row of fractions equal in the second half of this math worksheet.

Help students understand when to round up and when to round down. First, students practice recognizing fractions that are more than or less than 1â2; then, they round mixed numbers to the closest whole number.

Students subtract fractions with common denominators in this math worksheet. They must find the greatest common factor to reduce each answer to its simplest form.

Give students practice subtracting fractions with different denominators. In this math worksheet, students must rewrite fractions with common denominators, subtract fractions, and reduce fractions to their simplest form.

Practice subtracting mixed numbers in this fractions worksheet. Students must find common denominators, rename mixed numbers, subtract mixed numbers, and simplify fractions to find the answers.

Students use their knowledge of multiplication and division to find the missing number that will simplify the fraction. They apply the same method to make each row of fractions equal in the second half of this math worksheet.

To solve these real-life word problems, students convert fractions to percentages, write percents as fractions, and multiply whole numbers and fractions.

Students use their knowledge of multiplication and division to find the missing number that makes each pair of fractions equal. In the second part of this math worksheet, they apply the same method to make each row of fractions equal.