# Unit Fractions Worksheets

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Renew your friendship with unit fractions with this collection of free unit fractions worksheets! Unit fractions will always have one in their numerator and a non-zero number in the denominator. Although identifying unit fractions and performing operations involving them might seem fairly simple, students require consistent practice to learn unit fractions to perfection! Our printable unit fractions worksheets are included with answer key so students can swiftly validate their answers.

We recommend these pdf worksheets for grade 3, grade 4, grade 5 students.

CCSS: 3.NF, 4.NF, 5.NF

Identifying Unit Fractions | Worksheet #1

Improve the child’s conceptual knowledge by getting them to identify these special fractions accurately. Remind them that the goal in this two-part worksheet is to simply recognize unit fractions.

Identifying Unit Fractions | Worksheet #2

Employ this prepping tool for added practice in recognizing unit fractions. Students in the 3rd grade and 4th grade solve this identifying unit fractions worksheet by answering Yes/No questions and MCQs.

Decomposing Fractions into Unit Fractions

The simplest way of decomposing fractions is to break them down into unit fractions; and that’s exactly what the learners are required to do here! Let them express each fraction as a sum of unit fractions.

Practice finding the sum of unit fractions with this bunch of free practice resources. Be part of the spectacle as students breeze through unit fractions having like denominators, unlike denominators, and mixed numbers.

Can the child perform 1/15 - 1/3 or 1/7 - 1/21 without a hitch? Use our pdf worksheets to subtract fractions having like denominators, different denominators, and mixed numbers having 1 as their numerator.

Multiplying Unit Fractions by Whole Numbers

If your math pledge includes multiplying unit fractions like a maestro, look no further than these printable tools! Kick-start your prepping sessions with this bunch of exclusive exercises, and soon your knowledge of the topic will explode.

Dividing Unit Fractions by Whole Numbers

Let the grade 4 and grade 5 students know that they'll do well and thrive in unit fractions by simply sticking around and putting into play our free worksheets, a bunch of riveting exercises on division of unit fractions by whole numbers.