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The addition worksheets for fractions are posted here, and if we optimistically consider only the four basic math operations, that means I'm a quarter of the way through fractions. Fortunately we only touched on fraction addition this year, so that probably gives me the summer break to get geared up for fourth grade math. I'm certain that's going to cover a lot more of our fractional friends. The worksheets recently have taken more effort mostly because they show detailed problem steps in the answer keys. You'll notice on some of the more complex variations of these fraction worksheets (mixed fractions and uncommon denominators) where we break down intermediate calculations to reach the answers. This really helps with "self grading" of the worksheets because your young mathematicians can see where their calculations went off the rails. Adding Fractions Worksheets