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.
Benjamin has 8 cubes. He wants to split them into quarters.
How many cubes will be in each quarter?
Complete: of 12 is .
How many are of the girls?
The red triangles represent of all given triangles.
Find of 16 to know how many pencils will be in each pot if we share them equally.
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.
The crossed pencils represent of all the pencils shown.
Matthew has 10 cubes.
He wants to split the group of cubes into quarters. How many more cubes does he need?
Charlotte has 13 cubes.
She wants to split them into quarters.
Does she do it right?
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.