# Worksheet: Parts and Wholes

In this worksheet, we will practice partitioning numbers up to 10 into two or more parts and use the words “part” and “whole” correctly.

Q1:

Both these dominos have the same number of dots. Find the domino with the same number of dots as this one: • A • B • C • D • E Q2:

There are 7 cubes altogether and 4 of them are red. What number is missing from the number bond? HINT: Use the blue cubes to help you.

Q3:

Find the missing number. Q4:

Here are 7 shapes. There are 3 squares. Complete the number bond to figure out the number of circles. 5 of the shapes are orange. Complete the number bond to figure out the number of green shapes. What number is missing from this equation? Q5:

Look at the group of children and answer the questions. There are girls.

There are boys.

The total number of children is missing from the number bond. What is the missing number? What number is missing from this equation?

Q6:

Emma has 5 blocks. She put them in two groups and found that 5 is 2 and 3. How else can she make five?

Hint: Make two groups with 5 objects.

• A5 is 2 and 2
• B5 is 1 and 4
• C5 is 5 and 1

Q7:

Daniel has 4 toys. He put them in two groups. Find another way to make 2 groups with 4 toys.

• A • B • C Q8:

There are 4 monkeys. There are 2 monkeys on the tree. Complete the number bond to figure out the number of monkeys that are NOT on the tree. 3 of the monkeys are wearing hats. Complete the number bond to figure out the number of monkeys that are NOT wearing hats. Q9:

Find the missing number. Q10: 2 and 6 make .

Which number bond is correct?

• A • B • C What number is missing from the equation? Q11:

Ethan has 4 counters. He wants to find ways to make 4. What number is missing?

Hint: Make two groups with 4 counters. Find another way to make 4. What number is missing?

4 is 2 and .

Q12:

Find the missing number. Q13:

Find the missing number. Q14:

Find the missing number. 