#### This section of worksheets introduces students to taking seriously top heavy fraction and turning them into equivalent mixed number. We usually start by teaching students to divide the numerator by the denominator. Whatever is left over, as a remainder, is placed on top of the numerator and the denominator stays the same. As we progress with this skill, we will teach students to compare mixed numbers.

How do you convert fractions into mixed numbers? Fractions are values that represent a portion of a number. You will deal with two main types of fractions, including proper fractions and improper fractions. Proper fractions are those where numerator is smaller than the denominator and improper fractions are where the numerator is greater than the denominator.
There is another way of writing an improper fraction and that is through mixed numbers. What are mixed numbers? Well, these are types of fractions which includes a whole number and a fraction such as; 2 3/5 it is mixed number form of the fraction 13/5.
So, how do you convert a fraction into a mixed number? It's simple, through long-division method. You divide the numerator and denominator, once done, the quotient is placed at the position of the whole number, the remainder is placed at the numeratorâ€™s position, and the denominator remains the same.
These worksheets explain how to convert mixed numbers to improper fractions and improper fractions to mixed numbers. Solutions to sample problems and practice problems are provided.