# Fractions and Parts of a Set Resources

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Fraction Practice: Part of a Group #2
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Fraction Practice: Part of a Group #2
Kids usually think of fractions as a part of a whole, but they can also describe a part of a group. This worksheet helps kids grasp this tricky concept.
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Identifying Halves
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Identifying Halves
With this worksheet, your second graders will be tasked with identifying one half, two halves, and zero halves. This will help strengthen their knowledge of fractions!
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Coloring Fractions: Sweets
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Coloring Fractions: Sweets
Sweeten up fraction practice with a little coloring page full of ice cream, cupcakes, and donuts. Kids learn fractions by coloring the sweets by the fractions.
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Parts of a Whole
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Parts of a Whole
With this worksheet, your second graders will match a picture of a fraction to the correct math sentence.
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Learning About Equal and Unequal Shares
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Learning About Equal and Unequal Shares
With this worksheet, your students will earn about equal and unequal part.
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Identifying Fourths
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Identifying Fourths
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Bowling for Fractions!
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Bowling for Fractions!
Instead of boring math practice, let's go bowling! Your child will love this fun fraction sheet, where he'll get to color the fraction of bowling pins hit.
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Fractions: Halves, Thirds, Fourths
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Fractions: Halves, Thirds, Fourths
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Spin to Win: Fractions
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Spin to Win: Fractions
Get ready to spin it to win it! This worksheet features an entertaining spin game that will test your students' knowledge of fractions
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Flying Fractions 2
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Flying Fractions 2
Let's go flying with fractions! Help your child grasp the concept of fractions with a great visual aide. He'll get to make fractions in picture form.
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Fraction Practice: Who Has More?
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Fraction Practice: Who Has More?
Packed with fraction practice, this worksheet is sure to help your child tackle this tricky math subject.
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Pizza Fractions: Halves
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Pizza Fractions: Halves
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Fraction Practice: Fractions on the Farm
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Fraction Practice: Fractions on the Farm
Can your child help Farmer Bob with his summer crops? Offering reading writing, and comparison practice, this worksheet packs in the fraction help.
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Flying Fractions 10
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Flying Fractions 10
Time to go flying with fractions! With this fraction sheet, your child will learn to identify simple fractions using pictures.
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Fraction Practice: What Part?
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Fraction Practice: What Part?
If your child has a hard time understanding the difference between parts of a whole and parts of a group, this worksheet is sure to clear things up.
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Identifying Thirds
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Identifying Thirds
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Draw Equal Parts
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Draw Equal Parts
Get ready to divide these brownies! Your second graders will have fun learning about equal parts with this delicious worksheet. They will be tasked with dividing brownies into halves, thirds, and fourths. This is sure to make their mouths water!
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Sue's Pie Graph
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Sue's Pie Graph
Give your second grader a fun way to practice reading and using graphs, as well as practice basic arithmetic, with this quiz-style graph worksheet.
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Flying Fractions 8
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Flying Fractions 8
Take flight with fractions! Try this fun fraction page, with tons of different ways to visualize a fraction with pictures.
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Learning Fractions
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Learning Fractions
It's mail time! Give your child a fun way to learn fractions with a mail call. She'll have to color what fraction of envelopes will be sent to which family.
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Bowling Fractions #2
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Bowling Fractions #2
Go bowling for fractions with a fun math sheet! Your child will get to practice forming fractions by coloring the bowling pins that are knocked down.
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Bowling Fractions #7
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Bowling Fractions #7
Take a break from boring textbook math, and go bowling for fractions! This is the perfect activity for a visual learner to grasp the concept of fractions.
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Bowling Fractions #8
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Bowling Fractions #8
Are fractions seeming funky to your child? Give him a helpful visual tool with this fun bowling for fractions sheet! He'll color fractions of bowling pins.
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Picture Fractions #8
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Picture Fractions #8
Get familiar with fractions! Your child will be challenged to color the right amount of items to make the correct fraction.
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### Fractions and Parts of a Set Resources

Introduce your students to fractions with these resources that give colorful examples and written descriptions. By teaching fractions as being part of a set, students are more able to make real-life connections and absorb what they are learning. By giving both visual graphics and the number equivalent, these worksheets make it easy for students to get the most from their education. Get more practice with our fractions and parts of a whole resources. Find teaching strategies and guided practice for your child with our Fractions and Parts of a Set Skills Guide.
After mastering basic mathematical concepts with whole numbers, your students may be intimidated when being introduced to fractions. When you have a set of objects, you use a fraction to represent a portion of that set mathematically.

When first exposing your students to fractions, you can use actual objects. Start with a set or group of blocks of multiple colors. Have student separate out blocks of a single color. Explain to your students that, while the separated blocks represent a subset of the original group, they still belong to the original set or superset.

Once they understand this aspect, you can teach them to write this as a fraction. Fractions have two parts; the numerator and the denominator. When dealing with fractions as part of a set, the numerator represents the subset of items. The denominator represents the superset from which the subset was taken. They are written with the numerator over the denominator, separated by a line, called the Vinculum:

Numerator
Denominator

They can also be separated by a slash:

Numerator/Denominator

There are also specific ways to read a fraction. Because the numerator represents the subset, it’s read as a number. It is a quantity of pieces. The denominator refers to the name of the pieces, based on the total. For example:
• One of two pieces is called a half
• One of three or more pieces is named by applying the same rule as you would when using a sequence:
• One of three pieces is a third
• One of four pieces is a fourth, and so on
Practicing identifying fractions with the resources provided by Education.com above may help your students get comfortable with the concept of fractions as a part of a set.