# Printable fraction to decimal conversion tables (PDF)

Fractions and decimals are two ways of expressing parts of a whole, but it can be hard (especially for students) to remember how they relate to each other. In this post, we have free downloadable fraction to decimal conversion tables, both as images and PDFs.

If you need other printable conversion tables, check out our post here. We also have worksheets to practice adding and multiplying fractions.

## Fractions to decimals chart #1

Our first chart is both simple and comprehensive. It just has all the fractions on the left and the decimals on the right. This chart goes to 64ths, but scroll down for charts that focus on more common fractions.

To download the above image as a PDF, click here.

## Fractions to decimals chart #2

Some fractions are more common (and more important to memorize) than others. In this image, we have bolded those fractions and their decimal counterparts. If you are teaching a kid to memorize these conversions, the bolded numbers are the ones to start with!

To download the above image as a PDF, click here.

## Fraction to decimal conversion chart

The charts above can be a bit overwhelming with just blocks of numbers. In this post, we have differentiated between the 64ths on the right, and the larger fractions on the left.

To download the above chart as a PDF, click here.

## Simple fraction to decimal conversion chart

For younger kids, we suggest ignoring 32nds and 64ths as they are quite small fractions and can be confusing if you toss them into the lesson at the very beginning. They also are less common than fractions like 1/4, so it’s better to learn them later. This chart only goes to 16ths, so you can start them off with the fractions which are used most often.

To download the above chart as a PDF, click here.

Now that nearly everyone has calculators on their phones, an easy way to convert fractions to decimals is to divide the numerator by the denominator. However, it’s still important to teach kids how to do this work manually! If you want some tips on how to convert fractions to decimals, check out this post.

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