In this worksheet, we will practice dividing shapes into four equal parts, naming each part as a quarter, and telling the number of quarters in a whole.
Pick the rectangle that has one quarter shaded.
Pick the rectangle that has two quarters shaded.
Madison has 2 fourths of a circle.
How many more fourths does she need to make the whole circle?
Which figures have one-quarter shaded?
- A(a) and (d)
- B(a), (b), and (d)
- C(b) and (d)
An orange can be equally divided into .
Fill in the blanks: The whole is quarters. Two are shaded.
- A4, thirds
- B2, halves
- C4, quarters
- D2, quarters
Fill in the blank: The colored piece is 1 out of equal parts.