Year 6 Fractions Worksheets

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PrimaryMathsResources

This bundle aims to fulfil all of your maths worksheet needs when resourcing lessons teaching fractions to Year 6 classes. A total of 116 questions are supplied across 16 sheets covering different types of fraction arithmetic to finding fractions of 4 digit numbers. Of the worksheets included in this bundle, 9 contain questions using improper fractions. Answer sheets are given for every worksheet and are helpfully labelled so you don’t lose track of your print-outs!

Suitable for Elementary school students (US) and Primary school students (UK).

Inside you will find…
Fraction Arithmetic
1 sheet of fraction addition questions. (Includes improper fractions)
1 sheet of fraction subtraction questions. (Includes improper fractions)
1 Box Challenge sheet with multiplication of fractions. (Includes improper fractions)
1 sheet of fraction division questions. (Includes improper fractions)
1 sheet of fraction addition & subtraction questions. (Includes improper fractions)
1 sheet of fraction multiplication & division questions. (Includes improper fractions)
Finding Fractions
1 sheet of questions on finding fractions of 2-digit numbers.
1 sheet of word problems involving finding fractions of 3-digit numbers.
1 sheet of questions on finding fractions of 4-digit numbers.
1 sheet of questions on finding fractions (including improper fractions) of 4-digit numbers.
Equivalent Fractions
2 sheets of equivalent fractions questions.
1 sheet of equivalent fractions questions including improper fractions.
Comparing Fractions
1 sheet of questions on comparing fractions with denominators less than 10.
1 sheet of questions on comparing fractions with denominators less than 20.
1 sheet of questions on comparing fractions with denominators less than 20 with improper fractions

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Created: Jan 9, 2017

Updated: Feb 22, 2018

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