Free Fractions Worksheets For Kids

Fraction Worksheets on writing fractions using fraction circles

This post is to introduce fractions worksheets with colorful circles, which can help kids to learn writing fractions by looking at shapes. Circles are very basic geometric shapes and are often used to introduce fractions to kids. Many text books or websites use circles on their fractions worksheets for easy explanations of fractions. Keeping this in mind the following fraction worksheet uses only circles to show how to write a fraction.

As you know that a fraction is a part of a whole, in this worksheet of basic fractions, some part of a circle is colored. Kids are asked to write a fraction for the colored part of the circle. But there is another fractions in the same circle which represents the uncolored part of the same circle. Hence this fraction worksheet asks to write both fractions in a circle, fraction for the colored part of the circle and one for the uncolored for the circle.

First problem is done as an example. In rest of the worksheet, kids have to fill in the boxes in front of each circle for colored part and uncolored part of that circle. Below is the printable fraction worksheet, this can be copy and pasted in word or paint and printed for the use to help kids learn this basic skill about the fractions.

Fractions worksheets for kids in 2nd grade

There are more such kind of fractions worksheets at our special site for fractions. Follow any of the link to visit the site for more fractions worksheets on the same concept or any other topic or level in fractions. Site is full with all level fractions worksheets for kids in any grade.

Finally, the goal for this worksheet on fractions is to help kids get the idea of fractions and how to write fractions using numerator and denominators by looking at partly colored shapes. For more fractional topics or free fractions worksheets, stay tuned or bookmark this site. This is just the beginning of fraction learning, our goal is to change the saying “4 out of 5 kids struggle in fractions” , other way around “4 of 5 kids are excellent in fractions” in coming years.

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Binwant Kaur Atwal.