Fraction Worksheets for Middle School Kids

If your middle schooler is struggling with fractions, create your own worksheets for extra at-home practice. Keep reading to find out what your child will be learning and for sample problems that will help your sixth or seventh grader gain a firm foundation in fractions.

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What Do Middle Schoolers Learn About Fractions?

Kids are typically introduced to fractions in third or fourth grade and continue working with them throughout middle school. Middle schoolers generally learn to multiply and divide fractions. They also learn the connection between fractions, decimals and percentages. Students will need to use all of these skills in high school algebra and beyond, so it's important that they master fractions in middle school.

Middle school kids may be beginning to assert their independence, so they might want to practice on their own. However, you can help your child by creating practice problems and reviewing the work.

To multiply and divide fractions, you just need to follow a few steps. However, if your middle schooler doesn't remember these steps, problems can be challenging. Create a diagram on a separate piece of paper that walks your child through the steps. Then, if your child gets confused, he or she can reference the chart at home or at school.

Fraction Problems by Concept


1. 3/7 x 2/5

In some ways, multiplying fractions is easier than adding fractions because it doesn't matter if the denominators are the same. Simply multiply the numerators and the denominators across, so the answer for this problem is 6/35.

2. 4/6 x 9/3

Because 4 x 9 = 36 and 6 x 3 = 18, the answer is 36/18. Make sure your child is reducing the answer when possible. The answer is 2/1, which is 2.


1. 3/5 ÷ 1/4

Division requires an additional step. You have to make the second fraction into a reciprocal fraction by flipping it, so 1/4 becomes 4/1. This transforms the division problem into a multiplication problem and you can solve the same way that you did for the multiplication problems by multiplying the numerators and then the denominators across. The answer is 3/5 x 4/1 = 12/5.

2. 1/9 ÷ 5/8

After reversing the numbers in the second fraction, the problem is rewritten as: 1/9 x 8/5 = 8/45.


1. For the fraction 3/8, calculate the decimal.

To find the decimal, divide: 3/8 = 3 ÷ 8, which equals 0.375. Decimals are usually rounded to the thousandths' place.

2. What percent is 17/25?

Begin by calculating the decimal, which is 0.68. To find the percentage, multiply the decimal by 100. For this problem, the fraction 17/25 represents 68% of the whole.
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