Adding Fractions Worksheets
Our printable adding fractions worksheets give students oodles of support in the process of adding fractional numbers. Thorough, exciting, and easy-to-practice, this set of pdf worksheets encompasses adding like and unlike fractions, adding mixed numbers (mixed fractions) with the same and different denominators, adding fractions with whole numbers, adding three fractions, adding unit fractions and making a whole and going through tons of review exercises.
These free fraction addition worksheets are tenaciously prepared for students of grade 3 through grade 6.
Enclosing lifelike scenarios on adding like fractions, unlike fractions, mixed numbers, fractions, and whole numbers, these printable worksheets are one of a kind!
This compilation features visual models on how fractional parts make a whole. Subtract the given addend from 1, or count the shaded parts on the models, and complete the addition equations.
This bunch of pdf worksheets that encompass number line diagrams to illustrate fraction addition is of great help to introduce the topic to beginners. Where the hops on the model end, there the sum of the fractions is.
Presenting visual models including tape diagrams, fraction pies, and more, these worksheets are a must-have among students in grade 3, grade 4, and grade 5.
Access our printable exercises for 3rd grade, 4th grade, and 5th grade students for instant, enviable mastery in adding like fractions.
Explore how adding improper fractions with whole numbers is slightly different from adding proper fractions to whole numbers with these adding fractions printable worksheets.
Learn the ABCs of performing the addition of unit fractions and mixed numbers involving unit fractions with these printable worksheets for grade 4 and grade 5.
Adding unlike fractions requires rewriting the fractions with a common denominator by finding the least common multiple. Find the LCM of and excel in performing the operation in these pdf worksheets.
Adding three fractions is as simple as performing the operation with two fractions. Determine the LCM of the unlike denominators, and add up the numerators of the equivalent fractions.