# Fraction Tests: Practice Your Fraction Skills Online

If your child is learning fractions, at-home practice math tests can be a great way to review fractions while working on speed and accuracy. The following websites offer free fraction assessments that your child can use to build her skills.

## Free Activities from ThatQuiz.org

This website that has free online fraction tests and quizzes. Your child can take tests on six different subcategories of fractions, including identity, arithmetic and inequalities. The site also has tests on probability (expressed with fractions) and simplifying fractions.

Each quiz has a timer that starts at zero and counts up, beginning when the first answer is typed in. One problem appears on the screen at a time and a discreet column on the right indicates how many questions have been answered correctly. On the left-hand side, you can turn off the timer, decide how many questions will be included and determine the difficulty level.

## Math Drills' Free Worksheets

You can use any fraction worksheet as a test, and this site offers many free math worksheets. Choose a worksheet that has the same types of problems that your child has been practicing and use it as a test. The worksheets here can help your child review how to add, subtract, multiply and divide fractions. Several printable worksheets are given for each topic.

While all the worksheets come with answer keys, none of them come with detailed explanations. As a result, your child should probably have a good understanding of each fraction topic before practicing with these particular worksheets. This site doesn't offer a built-in timer, so if you want your child to use these problems as tests, you'll have to use a separate alarm clock.

## Home School Math's Free Worksheets

These printable worksheets can also be used as fraction assessments. You'll find exercises in reducing fractions, changing them to decimals or mixed numbers, solving fraction equations and identifying equivalent fractions. Each worksheet comes with an answer key. Grade levels aren't given, so you'll need to rely on your child's textbook or other resources to decide which worksheets are most suitable.

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