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Basic Fractions – Level 1This is a three page worksheet on basic fractions. Students are assessed on their
knowledge of what a fraction is, and how to write a fraction using basic shapes and groups of objects. 
Comparing Fractions (CD) – Level 1This is a three page worksheet on comparing fractions with common
denominators. Students compare fractions by looking at figures, shading, and creating their own shaded figures. 
Comparing Fractions (CD) – Level 2This is a three page worksheet on comparing fractions with common
denominators. Using number lines, students plot points and label fractions to show which one is larger. 
Comparing Fractions (UD) – Level 1This is a three page worksheet on comparing fractions with unlike
denominators. Students compare fractions by looking at figures, shading, and creating their own shaded figures. 
Comparing FractionsThese one page worksheets cover comparing fractions. Students use greater than, less than, and equal to, to compare fractions. Level 2 Preview Print Answers Level 3 Preview Print Answers 
Comparing Fractions – Level 1This two page worksheet introduces comparing more than two fractions. It uses onehalf as a helpful point to separate the fractions
and better understand their values. Students first practice using onehalf and then write fractions in order from least to greatest.

Fractions and Number Lines

Equivalent Fraction Pictures

Equivalent Fractions – Level 1This is a three page worksheet on equivalent fractions. Students use and create shaded figures
to visualize equivalent fractions. 
Equivalent Fractions – Level 2This is a three page worksheet on equivalent fractions. Students multiply and divide by one to
change fractions. In other words, what ever you do to the top you must do to the bottom and vise versa. 
Improper Fractions and Mixed Numbers – Level 1This is a three page worksheet on visualizing improper fractions and mixed numbers.
Students use shapes to better understand these fractions.

Improper Fractions to Mixed Numbers – Level 2This is a two page worksheet on changing improper fractions to mixed numbers.
Students use long division to rewrite the fractions.

Mixed Numbers to Improper Fractions – Level 2This is a two page worksheet on changing mixed numbers to improper fractions.
Students multiply the denominator and the whole number, and then add the numerator.

Improper Fractions and Mixed Numbers – Level 3This one page worksheet is on changing improper fractions to mixed numbers and
changing mixed numbers to improper fractions. Students use their knowledge from level 2 to solve the problems.

Simplifying Fractions – All LevelsThis is a three page worksheet on simplifying fractions. Students should already understand
basic fractions and division. They use their factor and division knowledge to simplify fractions. Students do not need to know
GCF to simplify, but they do need to know basic divisibility rules.

Answer, Find, and Shade

Adding and Subtracting Fractions with Common Denominators

Adding Fractions with Unlike Denominators – Level 1This one page worksheet covers adding fractions with unlike denominators. It does
not have any simplifying or improper fractions in the final answers.

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Subtracting Fractions with Unlike Denominators – Level 1This one page worksheet covers subtracting fractions with unlike denominators. It does
not have any simplifying or improper fractions in the final answers.

Subtracting Fractions with Unlike Denominators – Level 2This one page worksheet covers subtracting fractions with unlike denominators. It includes
simplifying fractions.

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Subtracting Fractions MazeThese one page maze worksheets have students answer subtracting fraction problems and then use the answers in the numerator or dominator to move Mr. Bunny in the stated direction to find the missing egg. There is a different worksheet for each level. Level 2 Preview Print Answers Level 3 Preview Print Answers 
Adding Mixed Numbers Video – All Levels This video covers adding mixed numbers. It explains how to add in three easy steps. The video includes examples and additional review
to help students better understand how to solve the problems. In the Fraction Worksheets
section there are three different handouts that can be used as additional resources for students while they watch the video. 
Adding Mixed Numbers with Common Denominators

Adding Mixed Numbers with Unlike Denominators

Adding Mixed Numbers

Subtracting Mixed Numbers with Common Denominators – Level 1This two page worksheet introduces subtracting mixed numbers with common denominators. It includes examples and other help to guide
students to a better understanding.

Subtracting Mixed Numbers with Unlike Denominators – Level 1This two page worksheet continues subtracting mixed numbers. Students will need to find the common denominator and borrow. It includes
examples and other help to guide students to a better understanding.

Multiplying Fractions – Level 1This two page worksheet introduces multiplying fractions. The first page relates multiplication to
division and uses a more visual concept to help students understand what they are doing. The second page introduces the basic idea
of multiplying the numerators and the denominators (multiplying straight across). 
Multiplying Fractions

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Mixed Numbers

Mixed Problems with Fractions

Stained Glass

Fraction Word Problems – Level 3 This one page worksheet uses fractions to solve more complex word problems. Students use fractions to calculate parts of the total
and the difference between two items. 
Changing Fractions to Decimals

Changing Decimals to Fractions

Fractions and Percents – Level 1This two page worksheet covers rewriting percents as fractions and fractions as percents.
Students should already know how to simplify fractions, do long division with decimals, and change a decimal to a percent. 
Fractions and Percents – Level 2This two page worksheet continues rewriting percents as fractions and fractions as percents.
Students should already understand simplifying fractions, long division with decimals, changing decimals to percents,
mixed numbers, and improper fractions. 
Stained Glass – Level 2

Percents, Decimals, and Fractions

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Answer, Find, and Shade
