Worksheet: Finding Quarters

In this worksheet, we will practice finding 1/4, 2/4, or 3/4 of a set of objects or an amount.

Q1:

Benjamin has 8 cubes. He wants to split them into quarters.

How many cubes will be in each quarter?

Q2:

Complete: 24 of 12 is .

Q3:

How many are 34 of the girls?

Q4:

The red triangles represent of all given triangles.

  • A24
  • B34
  • C14
  • D44

Q5:

Find 14 of 16 to know how many pencils will be in each pot if we share them equally.

Q6:

Fill in the blank: If we have 16 bees and we want to split them into quarters, each group will have bees.

Fill in the blank: If we want to split them into two groups only, each group will contain quarters.

  • Athree
  • Bone
  • Cfour
  • Dtwo

Q7:

The crossed pencils represent of all the pencils shown.

  • A14
  • B24
  • C44
  • D34

Q8:

Matthew has 10 cubes.

He wants to split the group of cubes into quarters. How many more cubes does he need?

Q9:

Charlotte has 13 cubes.

She wants to split them into quarters.

Does she do it right?

  • AYes
  • BNo

Q10:

Victoria, Ethan, Elizabeth, and Mason have 12 balls in total. Each child takes 3 balls.

Complete: Each child has quarter of the total number of balls.

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