Fraction of Whole Number Worksheets
Use the links below to generate random and differentiated fractions of a whole number worksheets on the given topic.
These worksheets don’t need much explanation – they just ask questions like “What is 1⁄2 of 12?”
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.
These are simple fractions, because the numerator on the fraction will always be ‘1’. For instance, what is 1⁄2, 1⁄3, 1⁄4, 1⁄5, 1⁄6… of a given number.
Simple Fractions – Numerator is Always 1
Halves to 10
Halves to 30
Thirds to 30
Halves and thirds to 30
Quarters to 40
Fifths to 50
Halves, thirds, quarters and fifths to 50
Sixths to 72
Sevenths to 84
Eighths to 96
Ninths to 108
Tenths to 100
Tenths to 120
Tenths to 200
All of the above to 100
All of the above to 200
These are more difficult because the numerator can be any number. For instance, what is 2⁄5, 3⁄8, 9⁄10… of a given number.