Worksheet: Division with Bar Models

In this worksheet, we will practice how to model division story problems with a bar model and complete the model to find the number of things in each group.

Q1:

Emma has 25 apples. She has 5 bags and wants to put the same number of apples in each bag.

How many apples will be in each bag?

Hint: Find the size of each part in the bar model.

Q2:

Michael has 15 candy bars that he wants to share equally between his 5 friends.

How many candy bars will each friend get?

Tip: Finish the bar model to help you.

Q3:

There are 30 students in a class. They are going to make 3 equal groups to play a game.

How many will be in each group?

Hint: Find the size of each part in the bar model.

Q4:

Chloe has baked 16 cookies, and she wants to share them equally between her 8 friends.

How many cookies will each friend get?

Tip: Finish the bar model to help you.

Q5:

A farmer has 40 sheep. He wants to build pens for them, and each pen will hold 10 sheep.

Figure out how many pens he needs for all the sheep by finishing the bar model.

Q6:

Emma has 20 flowers. She wants to make bunches with 5 flowers in each.

The whole is 20. Each part is 5.