Proper and Improper Fractions Worksheets
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Our free proper and improper fractions worksheets are your first port of call if you're worried about this key topic! Hammer into your head that a proper fraction has a numerator smaller than its denominator. Repeat to yourself that an improper fraction has a numerator equal to or greater than its denominator. You have nearly nailed the practice now! The other tasks that you answer and prove your mettle as you gallop through our pdf worksheets include simplifying proper or improper fractions and rounding them.
We recommend these printable resources for grade 3, grade 4, and grade 5 students.
Identifying Proper and Improper Fractions | Worksheet #1
If you're feeling low about identifying proper and improper fractions, these exercises for beginners will provide you with a little pick-me-up. Distinguish fractions like 3/5 or 2/11 as proper fractions, and identify 5/2 or 8/5 as improper fractions.
Identifying Proper and Improper Fractions | Worksheet #2
From circling proper fractions to circling improper fractions to answering yes-or-no questions, this worksheet is probably richer and more resourceful. Remember every whiz-kid started their journey by learning the basics! It's your turn now.
It's high time the active learners walked the talk if they think they have proper fractions wrapped around their fingers. Employ these printable tools and simplify fractions like 6/18, 4/14, and 2/10. Use the answer key to validate the answers.
Simplifying Improper Fractions
If the 3rd grade, 4th grade, and 5th grade children are mathematicians worth their salt, these free resources will be a regular in their orbit. Divide the numerator and denominator by the same number until they cannot be reduced any further.
Rounding Proper and Improper Fractions
Whip up a fraction feast with this section of our pdf proper and improper fractions worksheets. Wake up to the sweet promise of better and more fruitful days to come in areas like rounding proper fractions, improper fractions, and mixed numbers.