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You'll love this packet of worksheets to teach fractions. 45 great worksheets that are NO PREP and can be used to assess your students! There's a variety of worksheets that students will enjoy completing.

I used this with a Grade 1/2 class, so there are worksheets that are easy, and worksheets that are more difficult. Some worksheets are easier and can be used with Kindergarten and some worksheets are more difficult and can be used with Grade 3.

Here’s an overview of the worksheets and bonus activities included:

• Sharing snacks in half (students divide the snacks in half by drawing a line of symmetry)

• Exploring sharing (students draw a line of symmetry or group items together to share in two)

• Exploring sharing quiz (students show how two people can share equally by drawing a line of symmetry or circling groups of items)

• Math journal (students write what they think sharing equally means)

• Equal or not equal (students cross off shapes that are not shared equally, and colour in half of the shapes that are shared equally)

• One half colouring (students colour half of the shape)

• One half colouring (students draw a line of symmetry and then shade in half of the shape)

• Half seek and find (students mark the figures which show equal halves)

• Equal parts (students decide if the pie is cut in equal parts, and if so, how many)

• Word problem (sharing in fourths)

• Word problem (sharing in fourths)

• Word problem (comparing ½ and ¼)

• Word problem (sharing in half)

• Colouring fractions (students colour 1/2 and ¼ in number and word form)

• Colouring fractions (students draw lines and colour whole, ½ and ¼)

• Colouring fractions (students colour more difficult fractions including ¾, 2/4 and 2/3)

• Equal sharing (students draw to show equal sharing of items)

• Writing fractions (students write the fraction shown, either ½ or ¼)

• Writing fractions (students write the fraction shown, more difficult fractions including ¾, 2/4, 1/3, and 2/3).

• Writing fractions (students write the fraction shown, either ½, 1/3 or ¼)

• Folding fractions (students cut out chocolate bars and fold them into halves, thirds, and fourths)

• Folding fractions (students cut out chocolate bars and fold them into halves and fourths)

• Math journal (goes with sharing chocolate bar activity)

• Spotting halves, fourths and wholes (colour all the halves, fourths and wholes)

• Spotting halves, thirds and fourths (colour all the halves, thirds and fourths)

• Math journal (which fraction is larger)

• Math journal (which fraction is larger)

• Math journal (which fraction is larger)

• How many equal parts? (students write the number of equal parts – either 1, 2 or 4)

• How many equal parts? (students write the number of equal parts – either 2, 3 or 4)

• Making fractions (students make fractions by filling in the blanks – either ½ or ¼)

• Writing fractions (students make fractions by filling in the blanks – more difficult fractions such as ¾, 2/3, 2/4, etc.)

• Identifying fractions (students identify what fraction is shaded and which fraction is white and then circle the correct answer).

• Making fractions (students colour the fraction and then fill in the numerator and denominator – either ½ or ¼)

• Ralph the Rabbit Word Problem

• Fraction quiz (students match fractions the correct picture – includes ¼, 2/4, ½, 2/3,3/4, 1/3, 1/2 )

• Fraction quiz (includes questions only about halves and fourths)

• Fraction quiz (includes questions about halves, thirds and fourths)

• Parts and wholes (students share items equally and relate it to fractions)

• Math word problem (equal teams)

• Math word problem (packing balls equally)

• Fraction of a group (cube sharing)

• How many could share? (students share pizza and figure out how many pizzas they need for 18 people)

• Math journal (accompanies the “how many could share” activity)

• Three pages of fraction word cards

• Bonus ideas

You'll love this packet of worksheets to teach fractions. 45 great worksheets that are NO PREP and can be used to assess your students! There's a variety of worksheets that students will enjoy completing.

I used this with a Grade 1/2 class, so there are worksheets that are easy, and worksheets that are more difficult. Some worksheets are easier and can be used with Kindergarten and some worksheets are more difficult and can be used with Grade 3.

Here’s an overview of the worksheets and bonus activities included:

• Sharing snacks in half (students divide the snacks in half by drawing a line of symmetry)

• Exploring sharing (students draw a line of symmetry or group items together to share in two)

• Exploring sharing quiz (students show how two people can share equally by drawing a line of symmetry or circling groups of items)

• Math journal (students write what they think sharing equally means)

• Equal or not equal (students cross off shapes that are not shared equally, and colour in half of the shapes that are shared equally)

• One half colouring (students colour half of the shape)

• One half colouring (students draw a line of symmetry and then shade in half of the shape)

• Half seek and find (students mark the figures which show equal halves)

• Equal parts (students decide if the pie is cut in equal parts, and if so, how many)

• Word problem (sharing in fourths)

• Word problem (sharing in fourths)

• Word problem (comparing ½ and ¼)

• Word problem (sharing in half)

• Colouring fractions (students colour 1/2 and ¼ in number and word form)

• Colouring fractions (students draw lines and colour whole, ½ and ¼)

• Colouring fractions (students colour more difficult fractions including ¾, 2/4 and 2/3)

• Equal sharing (students draw to show equal sharing of items)

• Writing fractions (students write the fraction shown, either ½ or ¼)

• Writing fractions (students write the fraction shown, more difficult fractions including ¾, 2/4, 1/3, and 2/3).

• Writing fractions (students write the fraction shown, either ½, 1/3 or ¼)

• Folding fractions (students cut out chocolate bars and fold them into halves, thirds, and fourths)

• Folding fractions (students cut out chocolate bars and fold them into halves and fourths)

• Math journal (goes with sharing chocolate bar activity)

• Spotting halves, fourths and wholes (colour all the halves, fourths and wholes)

• Spotting halves, thirds and fourths (colour all the halves, thirds and fourths)

• Math journal (which fraction is larger)

• Math journal (which fraction is larger)

• Math journal (which fraction is larger)

• How many equal parts? (students write the number of equal parts – either 1, 2 or 4)

• How many equal parts? (students write the number of equal parts – either 2, 3 or 4)

• Making fractions (students make fractions by filling in the blanks – either ½ or ¼)

• Writing fractions (students make fractions by filling in the blanks – more difficult fractions such as ¾, 2/3, 2/4, etc.)

• Identifying fractions (students identify what fraction is shaded and which fraction is white and then circle the correct answer).

• Making fractions (students colour the fraction and then fill in the numerator and denominator – either ½ or ¼)

• Ralph the Rabbit Word Problem

• Fraction quiz (students match fractions the correct picture – includes ¼, 2/4, ½, 2/3,3/4, 1/3, 1/2 )

• Fraction quiz (includes questions only about halves and fourths)

• Fraction quiz (includes questions about halves, thirds and fourths)

• Parts and wholes (students share items equally and relate it to fractions)

• Math word problem (equal teams)

• Math word problem (packing balls equally)

• Fraction of a group (cube sharing)

• How many could share? (students share pizza and figure out how many pizzas they need for 18 people)

• Math journal (accompanies the “how many could share” activity)

• Three pages of fraction word cards

• Bonus ideas

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