Before beginning this worksheet, you might want to first remind your students of the different ways things can be divided into. Remind your kindergartners that when an object is cut into two equal parts, those parts are called halves. Similarly, three equal parts are called thirds, and four parts are called fourths. Now, look at this worksheet with your students. Help them check the circles that have been cut in half.
First, ask your kids if they know what a whole is, and what a half is. If they don’t, take the time to teach them that halves are when a whole is divided into two equal parts, and a whole is a complete shape. Now, look at the objects in this worksheet. There are clocks and clock parts here, and beside them are the words ‘whole’ and ‘half’. Help your kids trace on the dotted line to label each shape as a whole or a half.
Learning geometry is a very important aspect of your child’s education. They might not look forward to all the hours spent learning about shapes and how to cut shapes, but they will definitely need it. First, remind your kids that when shapes are cut into two equal parts, they are called halves. Now, look at the circles in this worksheet. Help your kids trace the lines that cit the circles in half.
Fruits are definitely delicious to eat, not to talk of how colorful they are. Can your kids tell you some of their favorite fruits? This colorful worksheet uses fruits to help teach your children some geometry. Remind your children of the different ways shapes can be cut, and what they are called. When you cut shapes into two equal parts, they are called halves. Check the box next to the fruit in the printout that are cut in half.
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