# St. Patrick’s Day Fraction Math | 5 Free Worksheets

These St. Patrick’s Day fraction math worksheets will help to visualize and understand fractions. 5th grade students will learn basic fraction-solving methods and can improve their basic math skills with our free printable St. Patrick’s Day-themed worksheets.

## 5 Exciting Practicing St. Patrick’s Day Fraction Math Worksheets

Please download the following St. Patrick’s day fraction math worksheets and practice fraction problems on the pages.

## Color the Rainbow for St. Patrick’s Day Fraction Math Worksheet

This worksheet provides coloring problems.

• Then, read the instructions. Every student will start the calculation according to the question.
• Here, the denominators of the fractions are different.
• We need to find the common denominator both for addition and subtraction.
• First, multiply the numerator and denominator both with the opposite fraction.
• After getting the new fractions that denominators are the same we will add or subtract the fractions.
• Color the rainbow according to the answers.

## Lucky Charm by Multiplication and Division

Students need to solve multiplication and division to get the lucky charm.

• First, give them the worksheet and instruct them carefully.
• After that, they need to solve the question.
• If they get multiplication, they will multiply all the numerators first and then the denominators altogether.
• If necessary, they will simply the fraction and it will be the answer.
• Next, they solve division by doing the following 3 steps.
• Transform the divisor into a reciprocal by flipping it.
• Multiply after changing the division sign to a multiplication symbol.

## Word Problems for St. Patrick’s Day Fraction Math

This worksheet is all about solving word problems with fractions.

Read the questions and solve them.

## St. Patrick’s Day Fraction Math by Treasure Hunt Game

Everyone enjoys playing “treasure hunts.”

• The students will be given a fraction which will be the clue for their treasure hunt game. And the key fraction of the treasure box is 2/3.
• First, they add the given fraction with the clue.
• After that, the result will be subtracted from the second clue.
• In the thirst step, they will multiply the previous result and the clue.
• Lastly, they will divide the previous fraction with the clue.
• So if one student does all four steps correctly, he will find the key fraction and will be the winner.

## Solving the Fraction Puzzle for St. Patrick’s Day

This exercise is the same as the previous one. You will solve the problems according to the clues and get the coins.