Worksheet: Dividing into Equal Groups

In this worksheet, we will practice dividing a number of objects into equal groups.

Q1:

There are 32 blocks.

After making groups of 8, there will be groups.

Q2:

16 cookies are divided into groups of .

There are groups.

Q3:

There are 6 pencils.

Elizabeth wants to put 2 pencils in each pot. How many pots does she need?

Q4:

How many groups of 3 apples are there?

Q5:

The apples are grouped into 4’s. How many apples are not grouped?

Q6:

Look at the picture, and then answer the questions.

15 books are divided into equal groups.

There are books in each group.

Q7:

We want to put 15 birds into cages. Each cage will have 3 birds. How many cages will there be?

Q8:

James has 36 balls. He wants to divide them into groups of 12. How many groups will he make?

Q9:

There are 60 apples. How many groups of 10 apples are there?

Q10:

William has 66 balls, and he wants to make boxes of 11 balls each. How many boxes can he make?

Q11:

Madison has 45 crayons and she wants to make packs of 9. How many packs can she make?

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