Comparing Fractions Worksheets
At once prolific and wide-ranging, our printable comparing fractions worksheets deliver more than they promise! Exhibit nuance and range with pdf resources such as comparing fractions that refer to the same whole based on their position on number lines and their sizes on shape visuals and comparing like fractions, unlike fractions, mixed numbers, and fractions and mixed numbers and tons of other free review and assessment materials. Knowledge of equivalent fractions, benchmark fractions, and converting mixed numbers to fractions provides the shot in the arm that the mathematical live wires badly need!
Our printable fraction comparison worksheets are customized for students in grade 3, grade 4, and grade 5.
CCSS: 3.NF, 4.NF
Comprising number-line diagrams equipped to give you oodles of pick-me-up while comparing fractions and mixed numbers, this bunch of pdf worksheets is a breath of fresh air!
Another set of printable worksheets to introduce the busy bees in 3rd grade and 4th grade to fraction comparison! There are equally split models that represent like fractions.
Focus on the numerator as every pair of fractions in these pdfs occurs with the same denominator. Keenly observe and write down the <, >, or = symbol as you compare the numerators.
Watch the child go into orbit as they compare unlike fractions with the ease and confidence of a veteran! They learn that comparisons are valid only when the fractions refer to the same whole.
While these printable tasks require comparing two mixed numbers with same and different denominators, you must soldier on until you steal a march on your 4th grade and 5th grade peers!
Let your skills shine by giving them a free, fair test! Convert mixed numbers to fractions, compare them to a benchmark fraction or create common denominators, and fill in the correct symbols.
Children in grade 3 and grade 4 will be all agog as they revise comparing like fractions and mixed numbers! Establish if a fraction or mixed number is greater than, less than, or equal to another.
Do not let lassitude gnaw away at the progress, a tremendous one indeed, you've made so far! Fit in the apt sign between each pair of mixed numbers and fractions with same denominators.
"Great men are ordinary men with extraordinary determination!" We couldn't agree more with Abraham Lincoln. Display industry and dynamism solving this free worksheet, and you could someday join this elite league as well!
This pdf has unlike fractions and mixed numbers in store for the go-getters in grade 4 and grade 5. Generate equivalent fractions to create like denominators, and compare using <, >, or = sign.
Only when you know how to compare fractions can you put a series of them in order. Do you boast comparison skills that are practiced and perfected? Then, these free worksheets are for you!