# Comparing Fractions Worksheets

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Our comparing fractions worksheets, along with answer keys, help young learners determine whether the fraction is smaller, greater, or equal to the other fraction. Explore our resources, including exercises, such as comparing fractions that refer to the same whole based on their position on number lines, comparing fractions with like and unlike denominators, comparing mixed numbers, and benchmark fractions. Some free worksheets are also included here.

Comparing Fractions with Like Denominators

Focus on the numerator, as every pair of fractions in these pdfs occurs with the same denominator. Write the <, >, or = symbol as you compare the numerators. A couple of word problems are also included.

Comparing Fractions Using Number Lines

Observe the position of each pair of fractions on the number line and determine the relationship between them using the “greater than”, “less than”, or “equal to” symbols.

Comparing Fractions Using Visual Models

This bundle of comparing fractions worksheets crafted for learners in grade 3 and grade 4 comprises visual representations of fractions. Look at the models and compare the fractions.

Comparing Fractions Using Benchmark Fractions

When comparing fractions becomes challenging, using benchmark fractions can be very helpful. In these practice sheets, the most common benchmark fraction, 1/2, is employed for comparison.

Comparing Fractions with Different Denominators

It is often difficult to compare two fractions with unlike denominators. Ensure both fractions have the same denominators and then compare their values in this bundle of fraction comparison worksheets.

Comparing Mixed Numbers | Like Denominators

Practice comparing mixed numbers having the same denominators with this medley of standard problems and word problems. Rewrite the mixed numbers as fractions and compare them using the <, >, or = sign.

Comparing Mixed Numbers | Unlike Denominators

Convert mixed numbers with different denominators into fractions with common denominators and compare them efficiently. Additionally there are two word problems in each exercise.

Comparing Fractions and Mixed Numbers

This set of comparing mixed numbers worksheets requires kids in 4th grade and 5th grade to change the mixed numbers into fractions and then compare the pairs.

Fraction Comparison - Like Denominators | Mixed Review

Revise comparing like fractions and mixed numbers with this collection of printables. Establish if a fraction or mixed number is greater than, less than, or equal to another.

Fraction Comparison - Unlike Denominators | Mixed Review

These mixed review resources have unlike fractions and mixed numbers. Generate equivalent fractions to create like denominators, and compare using <, >, or = sign.