This fractions exercise will have your child divvying up Kramster food into the right portions.
Kramsters are very picky eaters, and your child is the Kramsters' feeder. He'll need to divide up the Kramster pellets to get each one the nutrition it needs.
This colorful math printable keeps learning interesting for your 5th grader as he practices identifying mixed fractions and improper fractions.
A practice worksheet on simplifying fractions, aimed at 4th-grade math students.
Simple fractions worksheet helps teach your child to reduce fractions to their simplest form and cartoon characters keep learning interesting.
On this third grade math worksheet, kids subtract simple fractions that have the same denominator.
This Kramster is getting hungry. It's up to your child to figure out how many pellets each Kramster gets, with this improper fractions worksheet.
On this fun worksheet, kids calculate the ratio of candy to the amount left in the bag, then do some simplifying, too.
Third graders practice finding equivalent fractions by filling in the missing numerators.
Your child will learn how to divide a fraction with a fraction on this simple, step-by-step worksheet.
Take your third grader's skills with subtractions one step further by helping him learn how to subtract fractions with the same denominators.