# Fractions Essential Activities for Grade 3

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## Compare Fractions Worksheet

Offer your child an easy way to understand fractions using their favorite sweet treats! This compare fractions worksheet for 3rd grade is a great way for kids to see fractions visually, piece by piece! With tasty-looking deserts, kids can easily see fractions by viewing the missing pieces!
Before beginning this exercise, your child should already have been introduced to fractions in school or otherwise. Some of the things they should already know include how to count and identify fractions in shaded areas of shapes. In this worksheet, there are four sets of fractions. Your child’s task is to compare the two given fractions in each set, and then figure out which of the two fractions is greater the other. Help them circle the correct comparison symbol for each set of fractions in the pdf.
Fractions are easy to understand when kids are given simple pictures to represent each fraction! This equivalent fraction worksheet for 3rd grade uses colorful bricks in a construction zone to teach kids how to understand and compare fractions to find the numerator in each problem!
How well does your child know their fractions? Have you thought them some lessons on dividing shapes and objects into different parts? Now, you can easily test how well they understand your lessons by using this simple Food Fractions worksheet. In the colorful pdf, your child will need to look at the four pictures, and identify what fraction of the food has been eaten. Then, tell your kids to check the correct answer from the options provided under the images.
Our colorful and educative printable worksheet will help your young children get through any problems they might be facing with fractions in mathematics. There are four shapes in this coloring sheet. The first thing you should do is ask your child to identify each of the four shapes. After they have identified these shapes, ask them to identify the fraction that each shape represents, and check the correct answer from the options provided.
Identifying fraction models and correctly interpreting them into proper fraction statements is one aspect of fractions that your little ones must fully understand. If they are still having some problems with fractions and fraction models, use this simple worksheet to clear up their confusion a little bit. Ask them to use the fraction models on the left to complete the statements given in this worksheet. Then, check the correct numerators.
Koreans have a lot of beautiful culture and traditions, which they like to practice. One part of their rich culture is their cuisine; the meals they prepare for their families and for the public to consume. If your kids love some Korean food, they would get a good kick out of this. Hyun-Ki and his brother cooked some traditional Korean meals in this worksheet for the Mid-Autumn Festival. They need your help to figure out who ate more of each dish. Ask your kid to compare the fractions and select the comparison symbol.
Using the fraction models in this worksheet, ask your kids to complete the statements written below the pictures. Then, check the correct numerator. In fraction, a numerator is the number that sits atop in the equation. There are three equations here that your kids will need to figure out. Each equation shows two pictures of a shape that has been divided in two different ways. Help them as they count the shaded parts of the shapes and check the correct numerators.
Mexicans have a rich culture, full of interesting holidays, customs, and traditional dishes. If your neighbourhood has some Mexicans in it and a Mexican restaurant, your kids will be able to appreciate just how different the culture is from theirs. The Mexican in this worksheet, Alejandra wants to make a traditional Mexican pazole stew. She needs to make enough to feed her whole family. Help Alejandra figure out the right ingredients by selecting all of the greater fractions.
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## Comparing Fractions (Same Denominator and Same Numerator)

This quiz assesses students’ ability to compare fractions.
This quiz assesses students’ ability to identify equivalent fractions.
Fractions on a Number Line Same Denomintaor and Same Numerator (Use Fourths for Same Denominator)
This quiz assesses students’ ability to identify numerators and denominators.