Visual Fractions Worksheets
What Are Visual Fractions? Fractions are usually used to demonstrate those numbers that have a separate integral part and fractional or decimal part. The meaning of an integral part is the part of a number that is comprised of a whole, natural, or an integral number(integer). There are two types of fractions, namely 'proper fraction' and 'improper fractions' and many ways of expressing it. Improper fractions can also be expressed in terms of whole number fractions. But there is another way of expressing a fraction, and that is a visual representation of a fraction. Expressing a fraction through visuals is a unique and quite effective way of writing or rather drawing a fraction. This method is especially amazingly effective in teaching children about fractions as it creates interest and makes the entire session quite engaging. Normally, visual fractions are taught with the division of any shape into equal pieces or slices. For example, if we divide a pizza into 6 or 8 equal slices and ask for one slice, then the answer would be one out of eight, hence a fraction of that pizza.
Demonstrates how a visual fractions is related to a numeric fraction. Includes practice problems. How much part is shaded? There are 4 sector in shown circle. And one part of the circle is shaded. 1/4 part of the circle is shaded.View worksheet
Shows write fraction illustrations as improper fractions. Write the improper fraction of these illustrations? There are 19 sections shown in the illustration. There are 3 figures in the shown illustration. The improper fraction of these illustrations is 19/3.View worksheet
Independent Practice 1
Students determine how much of a shape is shaded and they create fractions. The answers can be found below.View worksheet
Independent Practice 2
20 problems that review all skills within the unit. The answer key is below.View worksheet
12 problems to reinforce the lessons and practice pages. An example is providedView worksheet
10 problems that test your skills with identifying visual fractions. Scoring matrix.View worksheet
Homework and Quiz Answer Key
Answers for the homework and quiz.View worksheet
Lesson and Practice Answer Key
Answers for both lessons and both practice sheets.View worksheet
A Little On Fractions
In a fraction, the number over the line is called the numerator and the one below the line is called the denominator. Here are some examples: X/C, B/C, and P/C. How can we tell they are all European fractions? Because the numerators are all over C's.