Fractions and Parts of a Whole Resources

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Flying Fractions 3
Flying Fractions 3
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Flying Fractions 3
This pilot needs help figuring out his fractions. Can your child help? With this sheet, he'll get to figure out a few simple fractions in picture form.
2nd grade
Math
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Flying Fractions 6
Flying Fractions 6
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Flying Fractions 6
Get ready to do some flying with fractions! This fun fraction page has four different ways to visualize a fraction with pictures.
2nd grade
Math
Worksheet
Flying Fractions 11
Flying Fractions 11
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Flying Fractions 11
If your child is fumbling over fractions, try this fun fraction page, full of different ways to visualize a fraction with a picture.
2nd grade
Math
Worksheet
Robot Fractions 7
Robot Fractions 7
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Robot Fractions 7
Give your child a fun challenge with this robotic introduction to simple fractions! Your child will get to color fraction pictures.
2nd grade
Math
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Fractions and Parts of a Whole Resources

After kids gain an understanding of whole numbers, they start breaking them down into smaller pieces. Computing fractions often take multiple steps and more brain power. The Learning Library has many resources on fractions and parts of a whole such as illustrated worksheets, professional lesson plans, and plenty of other fraction practice for advancing students.

Functional Fractions and Parts of a Whole Resources

Students delve into complex numbers like fractions and decimals in third and fourth grade. Third graders learn how a fraction is represented on a number line, hone their understanding on equivalent fractions, and learn how whole numbers are written as fractions. They also learn to compare two fractions with similar numerators or denominators.

Fourth graders learn how a fraction looks like an equation and how to compare two fractions with different numerators or different denominators. They also begin to add and subtract fractions. Fourth graders learn how to multiply fractions by whole numbers. In addition, fourth graders should understand the decimal notation of fractions.

The Learning Library provides resources on fractions and parts of a whole in all these different areas. A practical way to express fractions is through images, so many of the printable worksheets are complete with visual aids. Parts of a Set: Fractions is a lesson plan that instructs students to break down a group into equal parts as an introductory assignment, while Thanksgiving Fractions is a more challenging hands-on activity for fourth graders. Education.com's multifaceted resources ensure that students understand all the parts to fractions.