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This page contains links to free math worksheets for Graphic Fractions problems. Click one of the buttons below to see all of the worksheets in each set. You can also use the 'Worksheets' menu on the side of this page to find worksheets on other math topics.

These beginning problems allow kids to practice showing a fraction as a mixed value. These worksheets provide help in the form of pie charts pre-divided based on the divisor with undivided shapes to represent the wholes where appropriate.

Draw Fractions with HelpFor these problems, kids are given a simple fraction and asked to draw a pie chart representation of the value completely independently; unlike the worksheets from the prior section, these worksheets do not include the pre-divided fraction shapes as hints. Initial worksheets start out with basic fractions, and later sheets introduce mixed fractions.

Draw Simple FractionsIn these problems, kids are given a pie representation of a fractional value and they are asked to write the simple or mixed fraction numeric value.

Fraction from DrawingFractions are an important concept that introduces values less than one. While they are similar, many times fractions are more easily visualized than decimals. The worksheets on this page introduce visual representations of fractions, and ask the student to look at pie chart forms of fractions to determine what the numeric version would be. Another set of worksheets does the reverse, where the student is asked to produce a pie diagram of a fraction given the numeric form.

These exercises create familiarity with fraction concepts and prepare students for the real work ahead... Adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing fractions. You can find links to all of those fraction worksheets in the menu on side of this page.