Fractions worksheets grade 3 with answers  Area models for fractions
Unit fractions word problems 3rd grade
Best practice fractions worksheets grade 3 with answers created to support kids’ understanding of basic fractions concepts, like identifying equal parts; making halves, thirds, fourths, sixths and eights, etc. In fact, your little ones will get excited to learn about fractions with our fun captivating area models for fractions and unit fractions word problems 3^{rd} grade.
Besides learning fractions with area models and word problems, we’ve equally designed exciting strategies for quick mastery of fraction concepts such as identifying fractions of number lines; graph fractions on number lines; matching mixed numbers to models; word names for mixed numbers; etc.

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Cutting shapes into equal parts
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Understanding fraction as area models
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Showing fractions as area models word problems
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How to represent fractions on number lines
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How to graph unit fractions on number lines
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Solving fraction of a whole number word problems
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Cutting shapes into equal parts
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Best ways for making fractions easier to understand
As we know, a solid understanding of fractions is one of the foundations on which high grade (algebra) math success is built. In this light, fractions worksheets grade 3 with answers will offer your kids the best ways for making fractions easier to understand.
Firstly, our brightly coloured pictures, images, shapes, pictures, wellsegmented number lines and area models such as fraction bars, are great visual ways to enable kids to explore lots of interesting fractions basics, thus fast making connections between their own experience and fractions concept.
Also, our fun exercises such as making halves, thirds and fourths; making sixths and eighths, will captivate kids’ interest as they’ll feel excited when connecting two dots to make a cut. This strategy is the best way that can help the concept of the fraction become more concrete.
Given all the above strategies, the concept of the fraction which must have seemingly been a dry and boring topic will become fun, interesting and enjoyable for all third graders.
Moreover, all these visual components and word problems will eventually become useful to kids now and throughout their entire fractions learning.