# Worksheet: Unit Fractions for Halves, Thirds, and Quarters

Q1:

Consider the shape shown.

One out of equal parts is shaded.

• A4
• B2
• C5
• D3

Pick the fraction that shows how much of the shape has been shaded.

• A
• B
• C
• D

Q2:

• A
• B
• C
• D

Q3:

• A
• B
• C
• D

Q4:

She shaded one piece out of four, but her answer was wrong. Explain her mistake.

• AShe should have shaded 2 parts.
• BShe should have shaded 4 parts.
• CShe should have shaded a smaller part.
• DThe parts must have the same area.

Q5:

These rectangles are made from unit squares.

Pick the rectangle that has of its area shaded.

• A
• B
• C
• D

Q6:

Susan writes that she took of the pie. Pick the description that explains what these numbers mean.

• AShe took 2 pieces of the pie.
• BShe took 4 pieces of the pie.
• CShe took 3 pieces of the pie.
• DShe took 1 out of 4 equal parts.

Q7:

Jacob and Elizabeth have both shaded of the area of the same rectangle.

Find another way to shade of the area.

• A
• B
• C
• D

Q8:

This rectangle is partitioned into equal parts.

1 out of equal parts is shaded.

Complete the fraction: of the area is shaded.

Q9:

An orange can be equally divided into .

• Ahalves
• Bquarters
• Cthirds

Q10:

An orange can be equally divided into .

• Ahalves
• Bthirds
• Cquarters

Q11:

An orange is divided into quarters. How many pieces of orange are there?