Fractions are easily learned through numerous visual and verbal aids. Our exercises take on many different formats to ensure that students are challenged. The Monkey Zone's fraction exercises have two different difficulty settings.
Learning the basics
The first difficulty setting is ideal for students who are working with the most basic fractions. These problems always use a numerator of 1, and a denominator no larger than 5. Multiple shapes, including circles, squares, and triangles, are used as visual guides.
After learning the basics, students may review with more difficult fractions. Problems now require students to work with numerators larger than one. Children must also solve problems presented in more difficult formats.