### Circle Fractions – How to Create Equal Parts One Third

Dividing circles into fractions (equal parts) can be fairly easy, but dividing into thirds is the most difficult of all. Learn how on this page.

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The resources available in this section are specifically for third grade at this time. They include fraction strips, circle fractions, how to create equal fractional parts of a circle, and fractions with pattern blocks. The fraction strips and circle fraction sections have reference pages showing fractional parts. These come in color and black and white. You will find plenty of coloring and creative opportunities with the cut and glue worksheets. Cutting things in pieces is part of life! What will your circles become? A pizza? A cake?

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Dividing circles into fractions (equal parts) can be fairly easy, but dividing into thirds is the most difficult of all. Learn how on this page.

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Circle fractions come up again and again when studying fractions. Why not know how to divide them into fractions correctly?

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Don’t know quite how to create six equal parts out of a circle? Follow the directions on this page and you’ll have it down in no time!

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Ever think about how to make a wagon wheel with all those spokes? Well, here’s your chance to learn. Find the center and start drawing lines…

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Get out your pencil and a ruler! Now is your chance to make circle fractions for 1/2, 1/3, 1/4, 1/6, and 1/8 all on your own! Practice makes perfect…

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Need help comparing fractions? These fraction strip cut-outs come in plain Jane black and white with third grade fractions 1/2, 1/3, 1/4, 1/6, and 1/8.

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In soft colors, this set of fraction strip cut-outs adds a bit more pizzazz than the black and white version, and are definitely just as useful.

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These bright jewel colored fraction strip cut-outs are sure to be a hit with your kids! Great for a fraction reference for 1/2, 1/3, 1/4, 1/6, and 1/8.

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A hands-on fraction strip worksheet for the fraction 1/2. Cut and glue the two halves onto the gray colored strip. See how it is identical in size and shape to the whole?

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This fraction strip worksheet for one third is a great visual tool for kids learning third grade fractions to see how one whole can be partitioned into three equal parts.

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A cut and glue fraction strip visual model for the third grade fraction of 1/4. See how one whole can be partitioned into four equal parts and put together to make a whole.

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Use this fraction strip as a visual model for one whole being divided (or partitioned) into six equal parts. Then cut and glue the parts together side by side to make a whole.

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Here is a fairly simple fraction strip that is a great visual model for how one whole can be partitioned into eight equal parts and how those parts make the whole.

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A fraction strip worksheet for the basic fractions of 1/2, 1/3, 1/4, 1/6, and 1/8. Divide each strip into the designated number of equal parts. Write the fraction. Answer sheet included.

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