Worksheet: Halves and Quarters

In this worksheet, we will practice using models to investigate halves and quarters, exploring the equivalence of one half and two quarters, and finding how the number of shares affects the size of the equal parts.

Q1:

James cut his pizza into halves. Olivia cut her pizza into quarters.

Who has the bigger slices?

  • AOlivia
  • BJames

Q2:

The shaded part represents the given shape.

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

Q3:

Sophia cut her pie into halves. Hannah cut her pie into quarters.

Who has smaller slices?

  • ASophia
  • BHannah

Q4:

True or False: Half of a shape is smaller than a quarter of the same shape.

  • ATrue
  • BFalse

Q5:

Which of the following shows a whole split in quarters?

  • A
  • B
  • C
  • D

Q6:

Consider the given shape.

Complete the sentence: The shape is cut into .

  • Aquarters
  • Bhalves

Complete the sentence: One of the shape is shaded.

  • Ahalf
  • Bquarter

Q7:

Which of the following shows halves?

  • A
  • B
  • C
  • D

Q8:

Anthony and Matthew divide a rectangle in two different ways.

Anthony’s division is , and Matthew’s division is .

How many parts of Matthew’s solution are equal to two parts of Anthony’s solution?

  • AThree parts
  • BTwo parts
  • COne part
  • DFour parts

Q9:

True or False: Half of a shape is bigger than a quarter of the same shape.

  • ATrue
  • BFalse

Q10:

This rectangle can be divided into equal parts in different ways.

Pick the rectangle where the equal parts are bigger.

  • A
  • B

Fill in the blank: The rectangle with bigger parts is cut into .

  • Aquarters
  • Bhalves

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