This site is provided for by Visual Fractions. Add mixed numbers with like denominators using circles. Click on the "Explain" button to understand the answer.
Brush up on your fraction addition skills with this interactive game. Practice adding fractions and mixed numbers with common denominators. Don't worry! If you need a little assistance, examples and explanations are included.
Test your aptitude at adding fractions on a number line. Enhance your skills using this interactive math game. Immediate feedback and examples provided.
Once the dividend is correctly identified, a rectangle representing the divisor will appear. The divisor is the horizontal distance of the blue arrow. The program will not continue unless the dividend or the divisor are correctly identified. You will then be asked to find the quotient. The quotient is the number of blue divisor lengths that will fit into the red dividend length.
Use this site to learn how to subtract fractions using circles at this site from Visual Fractions. You will receive immediate feedback on your answers.
Use this interactive site from Visual Fractions to practice identifying numerators and denominators using a number line. You will be given a point between 0 and 1 to name as a fraction.
Use circles to learn and practice multiplying fractions at this site from Visual Fractions. You will receive immediate feedback on each of your answers, and explanations are available for each question.
Use this interactive resource to practice simplifying fractions into lowest terms. Explanations are available for each question and you receive immediate feedback for your answers.
Use this interactive site from Visual Fractions to practice subtraction with fractions using circles. You will need to answer the questions with mixed numbers in lowest terms.