# Visual Fraction Models Worksheets

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Raise the bar with our collection of free visual fraction models worksheets. These pdfs feature problems involving well-defined illustrations to give students effective visual representation of fractions. The huge number of tasks such as identifying equal shares, writing fractions based on the colored objects in each group, and finding fractions on number lines means you hardly need to get in a sweat about introducing fractions to young beginners. Check out the included answer key whenever the children need a hint or simply to verify their answers.

Our pdf fraction visuals worksheets are suitable for grade 1 through grade 6 students.

CCSS: 1.G, 2.G, 3.G, 3.NF, 4.NF, 5.NF, 6.NS

Power up practice so the learning becomes raring! In these practice tools, the children up to grade 2 race through the task by pinpointing which shapes represent “halves”, which ones show “thirds”, and which ones illustrate “fourths”.

Can the 1st grade, 2nd grade, and 3rd grade students quickly identify whether the models are split into equal or unequal shares? Learners must sharpen their observation skills to answer this section of our pdf visual fractions worksheets.

Be one such sharp cookie that your peers will come rushing to you to clear their fractions doubts! In these printable tools, observe each group of pictures and write what part of the set is colored. The everyday objects here are a joy to learn with!

Will the grade 3 and grade 4 learners rise up to the challenge and use the visual representation of fractions to answer these questions accurately? Watch them write what fraction of the model is shaded and match the models to the correct fractions.

Barrel toward resounding success with these worksheets that offer number line diagrams to practice positioning fractions based on the value they hold. Hold fast to this linear model, for it will soon prove to be a treasure trove of invaluable learning.

Comparing Fractions Using Visual Models

Support and witness the kid's transformation from an eager beaver to a problem-solving master with our free worksheets on visual fraction models. Instruct the child to observe the fraction models and compare them using <, >, and = signs.

Ordering Fractions Using Visual Models

Watch the child in 3rd grade, 4th grade, 5th grade put their industry at the service of ordering fractions using visual models! Celebrate their best yet as they quickly and intelligently order the fractions from least to greatest and from greatest to least.

Equivalent Fractions Using Visual Models

A great mathematical triumph is in the air! Illustrating the concept to enable perfect understanding of equivalent fractions, this bunch of assessment worksheets boasts practical appeal in spades and helps thrive in the topic of visual fractions.

Adding Fractions Using Visual Models

Servicing adding fractions and beyond, these printable worksheets get the students angling for big scores in a key math topic. The task is to find the sum of proper fractions or improper fractions, and the visual aids provided are simply fun.

Subtracting Fractions Using Visual Models

Visual models are immensely likeable as they make subtracting fractions superiorly easy! Call them a subtracting party, these subtraction sentences invite students to complete them, while identifying the pie models that describe the fractions.

Multiplying Fractions Using Visual Models

Afire with their desire to excel, the wannabe math stars will find perfect companionship in our pdf visual fraction models worksheets, where number lines, area models, and arrays do their bit to alleviate the stress of multiplying fractions.

Dividing Fractions Using Visual Models

A perfect practice dolce vita for the coming-of-age math scholars in grade 5 and grade 6, this resource generously helps master the concept of dividing fractions, thanks in no small part to its colorful visual aids. Get practicing right away!

Decomposing Fractions Using Visual Models

Do you fancy your name being referred to as the big cheese in the field of fractions? Add decomposing fractions into a sum of smaller fractions to your repertoire. The fraction pies used make the concept super-easy to interpret and solve.