# Adding Fractions Worksheets

Use the links below to generate random and differentiated adding fractions worksheets on the given topic.

These worksheets ask fraction addition questions like 1⁄4 + 2⁄4 = *_*

In case you’ve forgotten:

The numerator is the number at the top of the fraction.

The denominator is the number at the bottom of the fraction.

## Fraction Addition

For instance: ^{1}⁄_{4} + ^{3}⁄_{4} = _____.

## Easy (Denominators All Same)

## Adding halves to tenths (up to 3 fractions)

## Adding halves to tenths (up to 4 fractions)

## Adding halves to tenths (up to 5 fractions)

## Adding tenths to twentieths (up to 3 fractions)

## Adding tenths to twentieths (up to 4 fractions)

## Adding tenths to twentieths (up to 5 fractions)

## Adding fractions to 100ths (up to 3 fractions)

## Adding fractions to 100ths (up to 4 fractions)

## Adding fractions to 100ths (up to 5 fractions)

## Difficult (Denominators Mixed)

## Adding halves to tenths (2 fractions)

## Adding halves to tenths (up to 3 fractions)

## Adding halves to tenths (3 fractions)

## Adding tenths to twentieths (2 fractions)

## Adding tenths to twentieths (up to 3 fractions)

## Adding tenths to twentieths (3 fractions)

## Adding fractions to 100ths (2 fractions – very difficult)

## Adding fractions to 100ths (up to 3 fractions – very difficult)

## Adding fractions to 100ths (up to 3 fractions – very difficult)

## Mixed Fraction Addition

A whole number is included with the fraction. For instance: 1^{1}⁄_{4} + 2^{3}⁄_{4} = _____.