# Subtracting Fractions Teacher Resources

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**1**-**20**of**2,103**resourcesIn this fraction subtraction with common denominators worksheet, students problem solve and calculate the answers to thirty subtraction equations.

With a pie graph and an infinite blackboard, this video shows how to add, subtract, and simplify fractions. Once he has established the rule, Sal throws the viewer a curve ball with a fraction subtraction problem that results in a negative number.

Discover the concept of fractions by using fruit as a model. Scholars discover fractions are part of a whole, similar to the pieces of fruit which are placed in front of them. They then cut up several different types of fruit and discuss what fraction is left before they eat them. A fun activity and a healthy treat!

For this fraction subtraction code breaker worksheet, 5th graders solve 11 fraction subtraction problems with common denominators, then use the answers to break the code.

Students practice mental subtraction with fractions. Students subtract fractions with like denominators mentally to solve word problems. Students manipulate fraction bars to represent subtraction problems. Students play fraction subtraction games.

In this fractions subtraction worksheet, learners solve 14 problems in which mixed numbers with like denominators are subtracted.

Bake-up some cookie fractions with your class in order to determine improper fractions and mixed numbers. Young bakers calculate cookie orders given on an order form. From their calculations, they write the improper fraction, mixed number, and total amount of whole cookies ordered. Class members then confirm the orders on a confirmation form and code it accordingly. The task may be introduced to the class with the story

*The Hershey's Milk Chocolate Fractions Book*by Jerry Pallotta. A fun and useful way to visualize mixed numbers!These presentations by Monica Yuskaitis are particularly good. In this one, she shows viewers how to deal with subtracting fractions that have unlike denominator, no small task! This is a tricky process, and this PowerPoint takes young mathematicians through in clear and logical steps. Some practice problems are available at the end of the slide show.

In this fraction subtraction worksheet, students practice subtracting fractions with like denominators. Students solve 24 fraction subtraction problems.

In this fraction subtraction worksheet, students subtract the numerators in the fractions with like denominators. Students reduce the answer to lowest terms. Students solve 14 fraction problems.

In this fraction subtraction worksheet, 5th graders rename the first mixed number and subtract the whole numbers. Students subtract to solve the 7 mixed number equations with like denominators.

In this fraction subtraction worksheet, students solve a total of 14 problems, all have like denominators. An example is given at the top of the page.

Learners calculate equivalent fractions, solve the addition of fractions of like and unlike denominators, and compare fractions using fraction strips. They fold paper strips into equal parts, thirds, sixths, ninths, and twelfths, and create a city and streets with the fraction strips.

Fourth and fifth graders solve word problems that entail subtraction of similar fractions that have like denominators. They complete magic boxes as a review before participating in a guided lesson on solving similar fraction subtraction problems. The teacher's notes are well-written and contain plenty of applicable practice problems. This resource will serve you well as you strive to meet Common Core math standards.

We are not exactly sure what a Squeeble is, but apparently they love cake and fractions, and your little bakers-turned-mathematicians will also. This app focuses on the basics of fractions including modeling fractions, equivalent fractions, comparing fractions, and simple fraction addition.

In this fraction activity, students subtract fractions with unlike denominators. This one-page activity contains 24 problems.

The math monster is at it again, this time stealing all the cars and drivers that were to take part in the cart race. If their addition and subtraction facts are up to the challenge, young mathematicians can win the drivers' freedom and play in the big cart race.

Adding fractions with unlike denominators is a difficult process to master. This fine presentation does a terrific job of leading young math whizzes through the steps necessary to perform this calculation. The slides have clear graphics, easy-to-understand text, and many fine examples. The author of this PowerPoint consistently produces excellent math presentations. Highly recommended!

This is the first of three videos on partial fraction expansion. Sal goes over an example that first needs to be divided so that is a proper fraction. He then continues to demonstrate fraction decomposition. At home or in class, this offers a nice review of a real-life math scenario.