Worksheet on third grade fractions is a great resource for children to practice
the different types of questions on fraction. The questions are based on identifying the numerator and denominator of the given fraction; compare the pairs of fraction using less than (<), greater than (>) and equal (=) symbol; finding the equivalent of the given fractions; verifying whether the two fractions are equivalent; identifying proper and improper fractions; adding fractions; subtracting fractions and word problems on fractions.

**1.** Draw a circle and express 1/3 using colors

**2.** Draw a rectangle box and express 3/3 using colors

**3.** Draw a square box and express 2/3 using colors

**4.** Write the numerator and denominator of the following fraction:

(i) 7/15

(ii) 15/11

(iii) 24/25

(iv) 1/7

**5. Write
> or < or = between the following fractions:**

(i) 1/5 ______ 1/6

(ii) 2/3 ______ 4/6

(iii) 1/8 ______ 1/7

(iv) 5/3 ______ 4/3

(v) 4/7 ______ 5/7

(vi) 7/16 ______ 7/19

**6.
Find the value of:**

(i) 1/3 of 12

(ii) 2/7 of 28

(iii) 3 fourths of 32

(iv) 4 thirds of 30

**7.
Find three equivalents of:**

(i) 1/7

(ii) 3/11

**8. Verify
whether the following fractions are equivalent:**

(i) 2/15 and 6/45

(ii) 4/9 and 12/36

(iii) 8/35 and 16/70

**9. Sort
out the proper and improper fractions:**

7/8, 15/16, 15/8, 8/5, 9/28, 6/5, 45/47, 47/38

**10.
Add the following fractions:**

(i) 7/8 + 5/8

(ii) 1/12 + 7/12 + 5/12

(iii) 9/35 + 8/35

(iv) 2/15 + 7/15 + 13/15

**11.
Subtract the following fractions:**

(i) 9/16 - 3/16

(ii) 17/17 - 5/17

(iii) 1 - 8/21

(iv) 21/8 - 13/8

**12.** What should be added to 1/3 to make it 5/3?

**13.** What should be subtracted from 15/7 to get 1?

**14.** What is the difference between 15/22 and 13/22?

**15.** Aaron purchased 12 mangoes and ate 1/4 of them. How many mangoes
are left?

**16.** Calvin spent half of his
money on books and one-fourth on exercise books. What part of his money was
spent and what of his money is left?

**17.** A book has 68 pages.
Shelly read 1/4 th of them in one day. How many pages has she read and how many
pages are left to be read?

**18. **What should be subtracted from 1 to get
1/3?

**19. **What should be added to 2/7 to make it 1?

**20. **What is the sum of 18/25 and 7/25?

Answers for the worksheet on third grade fractions are given below to check the exact answers of above basic questions on fractional numbers.

**Answers:**

The circle is expressing 1/3.

The rectangle is expressing 3/3.

The square is expressing 2/3.

**4.** (i) numerator 7 and denominator 15

(ii) numerator 15 and denominator 11

(iii) numerator 24 and denominator 25

(iv) numerator 1 and denominator 7

**5. **(i) >

(ii) =

(iii) <

(iv) >

(v) <

(vi) >

**6. **(i) 4

(ii) 8

(iii) 24

(iv) 40

**7. **(i) 2/14, 3/21, 4/28

(ii) 6/22, 9/33, 14/44

**8. **(i) yes

(ii) no

(iii) yes

**9. Proper
fractions:** 7/8, 15/16, 9/28, 45/47

**Improper
fractions: **15/8, 8/5, 6/5, 47/38

**10. **(i) 12/8

(ii) 13/12

(iii) 17/35

(iv) 22/15

**11. **(i) 6/16

(ii) 12/17

(iii) 13/21

(iv) 8/8 = 1

**12.** 4/3

**13.** 8/7

**14.** 2/22

**15.** 9 mangoes

**16.** 3/4 spent, 1/4 left

**17.** Shelly read 17 pages,
pages left 51

**18. **2/3

**19. **5/7

**20. **25/25 = 1

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