# Worksheet: Dividing Shapes into Equal Parts

In this worksheet, we will practice dividing shapes into halves, thirds, and quarters and describing why equal parts can have different shapes.

Q1:

Pick the rectangle that has one quarter shaded.

• A • B • C • D Pick another way to shade one-quarter of the rectangle.

• A • B • C • D Q2:

James and Natalie both partitioned the same rectangle into quarters. Pick another way to divide the rectangle into quarters.

• A • B • C • D Q3:

Pick the rectangle that is divided into quarters.

• A • B • C • D Q4:

Are the orange shapes both equal to one-half of the square? • AYes
• BNo

Q5:

Benjamin and Scarlett were asked to color one-third of the same rectangle. They colored different-shaped pieces. Who is correct?

• AOnly Scarlett is correct.
• BThey are both correct.
• CThey are both wrong.
• DOnly Benjamin is correct.

Q6:

Pick the group that this shape belongs to. • A • B Q7: • Ahalf
• Bthird
• Cquarter

Q8: • Ahalf
• Bthird
• Cquarter

Q9: • Aone-third
• Bone-half
• Cone-quarter

Q10:

Pick the group that this shape belongs to. • A • B • C • D Q11:

James is getting a whole small chocolate bar.

Madison is getting half of a large chocolate bar. Who will have more chocolate?

• A • B Q12: Pick the quarter missing from this rectangle.

• A • B • C • D Q13:

An orange can be divided into two equal .

• Athirds
• Bhalves
• Cquarters

Q14:

The shaded part is of the given figure. • Aone-third
• Bone-quarter
• Cone-half

Q15:

Olivia made a cake for a party and cut it into 12 equal pieces. What could the cake look like after of it has been eaten?

• A • B • C • D 