Fractions are another topic in mathematics that kids should know something about at their age. It will be useful for them all through their education and life. To get the basic understanding of fractions, kids are therefore advised to go through these sets of questions with the aid of their teachers. Below are some of the aspects of the fraction worksheet for kids:

Addition of fractions – From these set of questions, kids will be asked to add two fractions together. These fractions have the same base and it will not be difficult to put them through. They are meant to provide their answers in fractions too.

Comparing fractions 1 and 2 – These set of questions consists of fractions (both proper and improper fractions) that kids are meant to compare. They are in two different groups and they are said to continue with the second group immediately they are through with the first group. It is not difficult but they may need the attention of their teacher before they start.

Complete equivalent fractions – Kids are meant to complete the equivalent fractions from these questions. There is a fraction each at both the left and the right side of each equation and one of which is incomplete. They are to find the missing numbers to make them complete.

Convert fractions to decimals – These part of the worksheet consists of fractions on the left side of each of the equations and the kids are required to make use of their division worksheet experience to convert these fractions into decimals.

Division of fractions – Unlike the division of plain numbers, the division of fractions may be quite different in the sense that it may lead back to multiplication. These include the division of two fractions. The teacher must find a simpler way to explain this to the kids and make sure that they can do this on their own. Their final answers must be written in fractions too.

Division of fractions with whole numbers – This section of the worksheet includes the division of a whole number with fractions. Unlike the division of two fractions, this includes a whole number on the left side and a fraction on the right. The teacher must put the kids through.

Find equation fraction values – From these questions, kids are asked to find the equivalent missing number from the other fraction. This can be done in several ways; the teacher must find a simple way to explain this to his kids.

Fraction identification grid coloring – This may look simple to the kids because they just have to count the colored grids and write it over the total number of grids.

Fraction identification grids – This part may seem similar to the fraction identification grid coloring but kids are to shade out the required fraction in this case. The teacher should put the kids through all of these questions.

Mixed operations fractions – This includes the addition, subtraction, multiplication or division of improper fractions. This may seem hard to kids the first time but once they are familiar with it, it will be very simple to them.

Multiplication of fractions – This involves the multiplication of two fractions together.

Simplifying fractions – In this case, kids are meant to divide fractions to the lowest fraction as possible. No much is required.

Subtraction of fractions – This is similar to the multiplication of fractions but kids are to take the smaller fraction away from the larger fraction in this case.

Addition of fractions – From these set of questions, kids will be asked to add two fractions together. These fractions have the same base and it will not be difficult to put them through. They are meant to provide their answers in fractions too.

Comparing fractions 1 and 2 – These set of questions consists of fractions (both proper and improper fractions) that kids are meant to compare. They are in two different groups and they are said to continue with the second group immediately they are through with the first group. It is not difficult but they may need the attention of their teacher before they start.

Complete equivalent fractions – Kids are meant to complete the equivalent fractions from these questions. There is a fraction each at both the left and the right side of each equation and one of which is incomplete. They are to find the missing numbers to make them complete.

Convert fractions to decimals – These part of the worksheet consists of fractions on the left side of each of the equations and the kids are required to make use of their division worksheet experience to convert these fractions into decimals.

Division of fractions – Unlike the division of plain numbers, the division of fractions may be quite different in the sense that it may lead back to multiplication. These include the division of two fractions. The teacher must find a simpler way to explain this to the kids and make sure that they can do this on their own. Their final answers must be written in fractions too.

Division of fractions with whole numbers – This section of the worksheet includes the division of a whole number with fractions. Unlike the division of two fractions, this includes a whole number on the left side and a fraction on the right. The teacher must put the kids through.

Find equation fraction values – From these questions, kids are asked to find the equivalent missing number from the other fraction. This can be done in several ways; the teacher must find a simple way to explain this to his kids.

Fraction identification grid coloring – This may look simple to the kids because they just have to count the colored grids and write it over the total number of grids.

Fraction identification grids – This part may seem similar to the fraction identification grid coloring but kids are to shade out the required fraction in this case. The teacher should put the kids through all of these questions.

Mixed operations fractions – This includes the addition, subtraction, multiplication or division of improper fractions. This may seem hard to kids the first time but once they are familiar with it, it will be very simple to them.

Multiplication of fractions – This involves the multiplication of two fractions together.

Simplifying fractions – In this case, kids are meant to divide fractions to the lowest fraction as possible. No much is required.

Subtraction of fractions – This is similar to the multiplication of fractions but kids are to take the smaller fraction away from the larger fraction in this case.