# Subtracting Fractions Worksheets

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Master fraction subtraction with our printable subtracting fractions worksheets that offer extensive practice in subtracting like and unlike fractions and finding the difference of the two mixed numbers with like and unlike denominators. Knowledge of finding the least common multiple of two numbers and equivalent fractions is a prerequisite to work out the problems here.

Subtracting Fractions Word Problems

Had a practical knowledge of how fractions are subtracted in real life? Plug into this section of printable subtracting fractions worksheets to have a glimpse of some!

Subtracting Fractions on a Number Line

Task kids to subtract fractions using number line diagrams with this set of worksheets! Examine the interval on the model and where the hops start and end, and figure out the difference of the given fractions.

Subtracting Fractions Using Visual Models

Looking for exercises that help grade 3 and grade 4 kids visualize subtracting like and unlike fractions? You're at the right place! Seize the pdfs, practice them all, and steer clear of all your doubts on the topic at once!

Subtracting Like Fractions

Help 3rd grade and 4th grade children absorb and practice performing subtraction of fractions with like denominators, with this set of pdf worksheets.

Subtracting Unit Fractions

Subtract unit fractions and mixed numbers involving unit fractions with these pdfs. Cross-multiply or find the LCM of denominators to arrive at the difference of fractions.

Subtracting Fractions from Whole Numbers

What is 1 - 3/4? You got it right! it's 1/4. Complete this printable set of fraction subtraction worksheets and ace finding the difference between fractions and whole numbers!

Subtracting Unlike Fractions

Let learners in grade 5 and grade 6 work with this batch of printable subtracting fractions worksheets and step up your skills of finding the difference of fractions with different denominators.

Subtracting Mixed Numbers

Linked here are exercises for 5th grade, and 6th grade students to master the steps involved in subtracting mixed numbers with like and unlike denominators.