Like and Unlike Fractions Worksheets
Upsize your practice with our printable worksheets on like and unlike fractions and evince deep knowledge of the topic! Enjoy a vast collection of pdf resources that include identifying like and unlike fractions, comparing fractions having the same or different denominators, ordering them in increasing or decreasing order, and adding and subtracting like and unlike fractions. Make sure to check out the included answer key whenever required.
These free worksheets are suggested for grade 3, grade 4, and grade 5 students.
CCSS: 3.NF, 4.NF
Initially a tad bit unnerving, fractions will be a doddle when properly practiced. Remind children that fractions with the same denominators are called like fractions, and those having different denominators are called unlike fractions.
In the first section of the pdf, observe the denominators in each exercise and write ‘like fraction’ or ‘unlike fraction’. In the second section, circle the pair of like and unlike fractions as directed.
Let 3rd grade and 4th grade students apply their mathematical prowess to compare fractions. Check how deftly they use the <, >, or = symbol while comparing fractions with the same denominators here.
Watch learners cast their nets wider and enhance their comparing haul. The task in this printable resource on comparing fractions with unlike denominators is accomplished by using the LCM of the denominators.
Give a big shout-out to the fun task of sorting fractions with these printable assessment sheets. Ordering fractions with like denominators, i.e., arranging from least to greatest or from greatest to least, will now be a cinch!
Help children take the edge of arranging fractions with unlike denominations in increasing or decreasing order. Once they have become test-ready, learners will display their exploits ordering fractions having different denominators.
Access our printable like and unlike fractions worksheets to revive your knowledge of finding the sum of fractions with the same denominators. Add the numerators and reduce the answer to its lowest terms.
This section of our free worksheets expects students to find the LCM of the denominators and rewrite the fractions as equivalent fractions with common denominators and proceed as usual. It's time to put their minds in work mode!
Guide children in grade 4 and grade 5 to wrap their minds around the basics of subtracting like fractions. Let them put on their subtracting caps, subtract the numerators, and simplify the resultant fractions.
Add bells and whistles to fraction learning with a bunch of selective exercises on subtracting unlike fractions. Train young learners to become self-reliant as they get the same denominators and continue the subtraction operation.