# Lesson Worksheet: Sharing Equally Mathematics • 1st Grade

In this worksheet, we will practice sharing objects fairly between a number of groups.

Q1:

A fisherman has 10 fish. If he distributes them equally among 2 bowls, how many fish will be in each bowl?

Q2:

There are 28 balls. After making 4 equal groups, there will be balls in each group.

Q3:

Give each girl the same number of apples. Each girl gets apple(s). Q4:

There are 16 flowers. Mia wants to put the same number of flowers in each vase. There are 2 vases. How many flowers will be in each vase?

Q5:

Anthony is preparing for a party.

He has 15 cakes. There are 5 tables.

He wants to put the same number of cakes on each table.

He is going to make a model to find out how many cakes should go on each table.

Find the number to finish the sentence. How many cakes will be on each table?

Hint: How many counters are in each group?

Q6:

Mason wants to divide 20 toys equally between 2 people. How many toys does each person get?

Hint: Put counters into groups or draw a picture.

Q7:

Benjamin has 8 candies. He wants to divide them fairly between himself and his friend.

They want to make a model to show how to share the candies.

Pick the correct model.

• A • B • C If he divides 8 candies equally between 2 people, they each get candies.

Q8:

A group of 12 girls wants to divide into two teams. How many girls will be in one team? • A7 girls
• B5 girls
• C12 girls
• D6 girls

Q9:

Michael and his friend have 4 apples and they want to divide them equally. How many apples should Michael take?

Q10:

There are 12 apples  