Parts of a Whole Worksheets
Everything about our free worksheets on parts of a whole with illustrative pie models radiates great practice and helps children understand what fractions are. Displaying fraction pies with shaded parts to identify fractions and empty pies to represent fractions by shading, our printable worksheets are a highly effective tool for beginners to recognize fractions as a set of numbers that refer to portions or parts of a whole. Complete the two worksheets on each skill so thoroughly that not only is there no room for doubts, but you become a master of the topic.
These fractional parts of a whole pdf worksheets are ideal for students in grade 3 and grade 4.
From the very definition of fractions, we know that they refer to equal parts of a whole. Let the up-and-coming mathematicians in 3rd grade and 4th grade identify the fractions that denote the shaded parts of shapes in this printable worksheet.
Experience how the eager beavers are thankful to pie models or fraction pies, partitioned into equal shares, for helping them write the fractions that describe the shaded parts in part A and match each model to the fraction it represents in part B.
Visualize a circle being split into eight equal parts. How many parts of it would you shade if you were asked to illustrate the fraction 5/8? You'd shade 5 out of the 8 parts, wouldn't you? This pdf worksheet has a similar exercise in store for you.
Watch students in grade 3 and grade 4 beaver away at this free worksheet on parts of a whole! All they need to do to excel here is to catch on to the fact that the numerator of a fraction shows the number of parts they need to shade.