Welcome to our Improper Fraction Worksheets page.
Here you will find a wide range of free printable Fraction Worksheets
which will help your child understand and practice how to convert improper fractions to mixed numbers.
Improper fractions are fractions with an absolute value greater than 1.
We have more information about what proper and improper fractions are with some examples below.
There are also a range of sheets to help develop the skill of converting improper fractions - both easier sheets with visual models and harder sheets without any visual aids.
Using these sheets will help your child to:
Want to test yourself to see how well you have understood this skill?
A fraction is a number with the form: \[ {n \over d} \]
\[{3 \over 7} \; , \; {2 \over 10} \; and \; {17 \over 26} \] are all proper fractions.
\[ {31 \over 5} \; , \; {15 \over 10} \; , \; -{7 \over 4} \; and \; {37 \over 23} \] are all improper fractions.
\[ 3{1 \over 5} \; , \; 2 {5 \over 8} \; and \; 4 {1 \over 2} \] are all mixed numbers or mixed fractions.
Here you will find the support page on how to find equivalent fractions if you get stuck or want some support.
Here you will find a selection of Fraction worksheets designed to help your child to understand and practice converting improper fractions.
The sheets are carefully graded so that the easiest sheets come first, and the most difficult sheet is the last one.
We have split the sheets into two sections with the first section looking at improper fractions visually.
The sheets in the second sections are more abstract (with no visual models) and tricky!
These sheets are aimed at students at 4th and 5th grade, with the more abstract worksheets for 5th graders.
These sheets are all about using circles to create visual fractions to aid understanding of improper fractions and mixed numbers.
These sheets are all about using circles to create visual fractions to aid understanding of improper fractions and mixed numbers.
These sheets involve both converting improper fractions to mixed numbers, and also converting mixed numbers to improper fractions.
These improper fraction worksheets are for students who are more confident working in a more abstract way.
This short video walkthrough shows several problems from our Convert Mixed Numbers to Improper Fractions Sheet 1 being solved and has been produced by the West Explains Best math channel.
If you would like some support in solving the problems on these sheets, check out the video!
Take a look at some more of our worksheets and resources similar to these.
If you just want a calculator to do the hard work for you, then try our Improper Fraction Calculator.
The calculator will convert any mixed number to an improper fraction, or an improper fraction into a mixed number.
The great thing is that it will also show you all the working out - job done!
This support page introduces mixed numbers with some examples and an interactive teaching app.
There are also some practice worksheets to help you identify and write mixed numbers.
Take a look at our Simplifying Fractions Practice Zone or try our worksheets for finding the simplest form for a range of fractions.
You can choose from proper fractions, improper fractions or both.
You can print out your results or benchmark your scores against future achievements.
Good for practising equivalent fractions as well as converting to simplest form.
Great for using with a group of children as well as individually.
We have some carefully graded worksheets on comparing and ordering fractions.
You can choose from supported sheets with diagrams for students who need extra help to harder worksheets for those more confident.
Are you looking for free fraction help or fraction support?
Here you will find a range of fraction help on a variety of fraction topics, from simplest form to converting fractions.
There are fraction videos, worked examples and practice fraction worksheets.
Riddles are a great way to get children to apply their knowledge of fractions.
These riddles are a good way to start off a maths lesson, or also to use as a way of checking your child's understanding about fractions.
All the fraction riddles consist of 3 or 4 clues and a selection of 6 or 8 possible answers. Children have to read the clues and work out which is the correct answer.
The riddles can also be used as a template for the children to write their own clues for a partner to guess.
Our quizzes have been created using Google Forms.
At the end of the quiz, you will get the chance to see your results by clicking 'See Score'.
This will take you to a new webpage where your results will be shown. You can print a copy of your results from this page, either as a pdf or as a paper copy.
For incorrect responses, we have added some helpful learning points to explain which answer was correct and why.
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