Lesson Worksheet: Making a Whole: Halves, Thirds, and Quarters Mathematics
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.
How many halves are there in 1? Use the figures to help you.
One orange halves.
The picture shows a whole apple.
How many halves are there in an apple?
How many quarters are there in an apple?
Which of the following represents one whole?
Fill in the blank: There are halves in a whole.
Ethan ordered a pizza and ate one-third of it. After an hour, he ate another one-third of it. Did Ethan eat the whole pizza?
Fill in the blank: There are quarters in a whole.
How many quarters are equal to 1?
Pick the fraction that completes the sentence: .
The shaded part of the picture represents one-third of a shape.
How many thirds are in the whole shape?
Look at this picture. It has shaded.
Which of these pictures could you combine with the picture above so that the shaded parts represent one whole?
Look at this picture. It shows one equal part.
How many more equal parts are needed to make a whole circle?
Look at this picture. The green triangle shows .
Which of these pictures could you combine with the picture above so that the green parts represent one whole?
Mason and Elizabeth are eating sandwiches.
What fraction is Mason’s sandwich cut into?
What fraction is Elizabeth’s sandwich cut into?
Look at this figure. One quarter of the shape is shaded.
How many quarters are there in the whole shape?
Look at this picture. Four quarters of one square are shaded, and two quarters of another square are shaded.
How many quarters are there in one whole square?
Complete the following number sentence: .
Which of the following fractions is equal to 1?