In this worksheet, there are six different circles that your child will need to work on. The circles need to be cut up into equal parts. Before beginning, you can refresh your little one’s memory by asking them what two equal halves, four equal parts, and three equal parts are called. Then, you can look at this picture pdf with your kids. The task is to finish cutting the circles. Your kids will trace on the dotted lines that will cut each circle into equal parts.
Explain to your students that by carefully putting two halves, thirds, and fourths of a shape together, you can make a whole of a new shape. Then, look at this worksheet with your students. There is a rectangle at the top of the printout. The task is to find which of the sets of halves, thirds and fourths can be put together to correctly make the given rectangle. Ask them to check all the correct sets.
Look at this colorful worksheet with your kids and help them have some fun while they learn new things. First, ask your kids if they can identify the object in the picture. There are four wheels in the printout. Help your kids count the spokes dividing the wheels into parts. Then, check the box next to the wheel that is divided into equal parts. And finally, check the number of equal parts in that wheel.
We all love pizza, for sure, and what better way to help your kids learn more about equal parts than with this simple pizza worksheet. In this printout, your kids will have to find their way through a maze of pizza. How exciting is that?! First, help them identify which pizzas have been cut into equal parts, and then help them trace the path through the pizzas that are cut into equal parts in this traceable pdf.
It is important that you teach your kids things like fractions, which they might not be so eager to learn. As your children get older, they will be introduced to new subjects and topics they might have previously not heard about. Even though their teachers will give them enough lessons and homework to help them, you can still take it a step further. Look at this worksheet with your kids, and help them circle the piece that would fit to make the pie whole.
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