Worksheet: Making a Whole: Halves, Thirds, and Quarters

In this worksheet, we will practice using models of halves, thirds, and quarters to find two fractions with the same denominator which sum up to one.

Q1:

There are thirds in a whole.

Q2:

Victoria is going to color one-quarter of this circle blue and three-quarters of it orange.

Will the whole shape be colored?

  • Ano
  • Byes

Q3:

How many halves are there in 1? Use the figures to help you.

Q4:

One orange = halves.

Q5:

The picture shows a whole apple.

How many halves are there in an apple?

How many quarters are there in an apple?

Q6:

Which of the following represents one whole?

  • AThree-quarters
  • BThree-thirds
  • CTwo-quarters
  • DTwo-thirds

Q7:

Fill in the blank: There are halves in a whole.

Q8:

Daniel ordered a pizza and ate one-third of it. After an hour, he ate another one-third of it. Did Daniel eat the whole pizza?

  • AYes
  • BNo

Q9:

Fill in the blank: There are quarters in a whole.

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