Identifying Equivalent Fractions Worksheets
Casting around for free worksheets on identifying equivalent fractions? Our grade-appropriate printable resources are beckoning! There is oodles of practice in the form of pdf exercises on identifying equivalent fractions using pie models and determining whether a fraction is equivalent to another or not. The witty riddles accompanied by clues to find equivalent fractions are a hoot! By the time children complete the worksheets, not only will they have greatly upskilled, they will have mastered recognizing equivalent fractions and explaining why two fractions are equivalent!
These free recognizing equivalent fractions worksheets are most recommended for grade 3 and grade 4.
CCSS: 3.NF, 4.NF
Patch into this resource that presents pie models for fractions. Pore over the models and the fractions they represent, and fill in an "=" sign in between if they are equivalent and a "≠" sign if they are not equivalent.
Regardless of how the number and size of the parts in a model differ, two fractions can be the same size. Recognize those fractions that are the same size as equivalent and the rest as not equivalent.
Did you know that equivalent fractions are the same in their simplest form? Seize this printable worksheet, reduce both fractions in every pair to their lowest terms, and identify if they're equivalent or not.
There's a shortcut to check whether two fractions are equivalent. Just cross-multiply the fractions; if you end up with the same product on both sides, they are equivalent. Check this trick out with this pdf worksheet!
This identifying equivalent fractions worksheet will intrigue 3rd grade and 4th grade children beyond compare! Read the riddles, use the clues, and figure out which equivalent fraction leaps off the page.
All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy. Make working with equivalent fractions a super-fun affair for your children with yet another resource full of fascinating "Who am I" riddles.