## Graphic Fraction Worksheets

Fractions worksheets! I can’t get seem to get enough!

Regular visitors know how much time and energy I’ve put into the fraction worksheets, and their answer keys represent some of the more complex work on the site. If you look at the addition and subtraction worksheets, you’ll find detailed steps that show calculations for reaching common denominators. The fraction multiplication and division worksheets demonstrate the cross cancelling operations leading to answers in their simplest form. All of these worksheets really helped get my older daughter through fractions, and I’m proud to say this is one of the scarier math topics that she has down cold.

But getting started was hard. I’m right at the fractional starting line with my younger daughter, and we needed something to begin with that visualizes exactly what a fraction means. Enter the Graphic Fraction worksheet series I posted today…

Graphic Fractions Worksheets

These worksheets make a great lead-in to the fraction operations. Let me know what you think in the comments section, and if you like them (or the rest of the site!) please consider clicking the Google “+1″ button near the top left of the page.

Happy Halloween, everyone!

## What is a Quart? Conversion Worksheets to the Rescue!

The series of conversion worksheets has finally arrived at imperial measurements commonly used in the United States. While these lack the easy math associated with the metric or SI units, they correspond to the familiar grocery items the girls and I are intimately familiar with. (Yeah, go ahead and judge. I’m holding down the math end of the “good parenting” responsibilities, even if there is a chocolate cow out there somewhere with our family’s name written on it. In Hershey’s syrup no less, I’m sure.)

So the conversion worksheets are a bit different from the metric versions because fractional answers are in the smaller units (for example, you get answers in “pounds and ounces” instead of just a decimal number of kilograms.) The worksheet series builds up to those kinds of answers, so the earlier ones in the sets are always whole units, but you’ll really need to have down the whole gallons/quarts/pints/cups/ounces thing for volume.

Maybe time to hit the chocolate milk. Strictly for review, of course.

New worksheets are posted at the link below, or through the worksheet menu…

Imperial Measurement Conversion Worksheets