Worksheet: Finding Thirds

In this worksheet, we will practice finding 1/3 or 2/3 of a set of objects or an amount.

Q1:

How many are 23 of these girls?

Q2:

James has 6 cubes. He wants to split them into thirds.

How many cubes will be in each group?

Q3:

Fill in the blank: If we have 18 bees and want to split them into thirds, each group will have bees.

Q4:

Find 13 of 12 to find the number of pencils in each pot.

Q5:

Hannah has 3 erasers.

She divides them into thirds. How many erasers are there in each group?

Q6:

Benjamin has 7 blocks.

How many more blocks does he need to be able to split them equally into thirds?

  • A2
  • B3
  • C0

Q7:

Complete the following: The crossed candy represents of all the candy shown.

  • A33
  • B23
  • C13

Q8:

Jennifer has 10 cubes. She wants to split them into thirds.

Does she do it right?

  • ANo
  • BYes

Q9:

Complete the following: The red triangles represent of all given triangles.

  • A21
  • B13
  • C23

Q10:

Amelia, Benjamin, and Madison have 9 balls. Each child takes 3 balls.

Each one has third(s) of the balls.

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