Adding Like Fractions (Same Denominators) Worksheets

Witness a flurry of adding excitement with our free adding like fractions worksheets! Generous and bent on perfection, each printable worksheet offers 14 exclusive exercises for children to add fractions with like denominators and be fractionally immersed in. Students easily learn that adding fractions with the same denominator is no tall order. To ensure every aspect of adding like fractions comes to the fore, we've a good combination of proper fractions, improper fractions, and mixed numbers.

These pdf worksheets are suitable for grade 3 and grade 4 students.

CCSS: 4.NF

Adding Proper Fractions | Worksheet #1

Few things in math are easier than adding two proper fractions! Use this tool and train children to add the numerators while retaining the like denominators to perform the addition of like fractions and simplify their answers correctly.

Adding Proper Fractions | Worksheet #1

Adding Proper Fractions | Worksheet #2

Shepherd kids as practice finding the sum of like fractions in this worksheet. Suggested for 3rd grade and 4th grade. Reduce your answers to the simplest forms.

Adding Proper Fractions | Worksheet #2

Adding Improper Fractions | Worksheet #1

Let your kids be completely at ease while adding fractions with like denominators by adding only the numerators and retaining the denominators in this free printable worksheet.

Adding Improper Fractions | Worksheet #1

Adding Improper Fractions | Worksheet #2

Watch the keen-to-excel mathematicians in grade 3 and grade 4 hammer home the addition of improper fractions in this adding like fractions worksheet! They also get to simplify fractions with speed and accuracy.

Adding Improper Fractions | Worksheet #2

Adding Proper and Improper Fractions

Have you seen proper fractions, improper fractions, and mixed numbers all banding together so you boast better and brighter addition skills! Here's a free pdf worksheet that drives kids to practice adding fractions with same denominators with skill.

Adding Proper and Improper Fractions