The portal has been deactivated. Please contact your portal admin.

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

and you have 2 baskets.

How many apples should be put in each basket to make them equal?

This lesson includes 13 additional questions and 96 additional question variations for subscribers.

Nagwa uses cookies to ensure you get the best experience on our website. Learn more about our Privacy Policy.