# Simplifying Fractions Worksheets

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This collection of simplifying fractions worksheets includes exercises on simplifying proper fractions, improper fractions, and mixed numbers, as well as using the GCF and more. Refer to the included answer key for quick assistance. Download these free worksheets for essential practice.

Simplifying Fractions Using Models

Examine each visual model in this pdf resource and write the simplified fractions. The diagram on the right illustrates the simplified fraction: shaded parts indicate the numerator, and total parts represent the denominator.

Simplifying Fractions | Word Problems

Apply your fraction simplification skills to solve real-world problems in this section of simplifying fractions worksheets. Understand each scenario and simplify the fractions involved in every problem.

Simplifying Fractions Using GCF Method

Simplify the fractions by finding the greatest common factor (GCF) of the numerator and denominator, and dividing both by the GCF. This results in a fraction equivalent to the original but in its lowest terms.

Simplifying Proper Fractions | Easy

Reduce the proper fractions to their lowest terms to complete this easy-level simplifying proper fractions worksheet set. Break down both numbers into their prime factors and cancel common factors.

Simplifying Proper Fractions | Moderate

Simplifying fractions makes them easier to understand and work with. This moderately challenging exercise features two-digit numbers that require multiple steps of canceling common factors.

Simplifying Improper Fractions

Regardless of whether a fraction is proper or improper, the simplification process remains the same. Be aware of the fact that a simplified improper fraction is best expressed as a mixed number.

Simplify the fractions in mixed numbers with ease! Cancel out the common factors in the fractional part and rewrite them in their simplest form; the whole number part remains unchanged.

Simplifying Fractions | Mixed Review

Check your skills with these printable revision sheets designed for 5th grade and 6th grade learners. Practice the process of simplifying both proper and improper fractions to their lowest terms repeatedly.