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
Now, we will practice the word problems provided in the worksheet on third grade fractions.
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 onefourth 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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