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Fraction lines

The printable lines below show fractions marked off at halves, thirds, fourths, fifths, sixths, eighths, tenths, and twelfths. Some of the printable pages have the fractions annotated and some are “blank” so that they can be used for exercise purposes.

Printable fraction lines

These documents show multiple fractions on a single line and help with comparing fractions and with equivalent fractions. The annotations can be “toggled” on or off so they can also be used for exercises.

Blank fraction lines

Spanning 2 Whole Units

The document below has 9 pages and shows blank fraction lines with halves, thirds, fourths, fifths, sixths, eighths, ninths, tenths, and twelfths. The last two pages combine all these fractions in both ordered and unordered formats.

Bigger Range – Spanning Three Whole Numbers

Combination – Spanning Two Whole Numbers (Landscape)

Note: The titles on these documents do not print so that they can be used for exercises.

Combination – Spanning Multiple Whole Numbers (Landscape)

You will also find a number of fraction lines/ fractions sheets listed here. There are also examples and a quiz on showing fractions on a number line here.

Printing the fraction lines

Click the links above to preview the different fraction lines and then use the Print Number Line option to print as many copies as required.

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