# 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.

**Q6: **

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

The whole is 20. Each part is 5.