Math Lesson - What are the Parts of a Fraction?, Grade 3

  • Activity 1 / What Is the Numerator? Worksheet

    Fractions are an inescapable part of mathematics. If your young kindergartners have just started on the topic of fractions in school, now is as good a time as any to introduce them to this simple worksheet. The numerator of any given fraction is the number that sits atop another number. Make sure your child understands this by giving them some simple examples. Help your kids find the numerator of the fractions in this traceable pdf by counting the total number of shaded pieces within each large square.

  • Activity 2 / What Is the Denominator? Worksheet

    Fractions are one part of mathematics that could be causing much worry and problems for your little kindergartener. If they have started this topic in school, your child probably has to deal with some assignments that leave them scratching their heads. No need to fret if they are having problems with fractions though. Use this simple worksheet to help them understand better. In this printable tracing sheet, ask your child to find the denominator of the fraction by counting the total number of small squares within each large square. Ask them to trace on the dotted line to get to the correct answer.

  • Activity 3 / World Traveler Worksheet

    Are your kids already interested in the world and geography? If they are, then they might be seriously excited to complete this exercise. Inez, the little girl in this printout loves to travel. She has travelled all over the world. Ask your kids if they can name some of the countries they have visited. Then, help Inez figure out what fraction of the world’s oceans and continents she has visited so far. Look at the colored or shaded sections to figure it out.

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