First, remind your kids of the different ways that shapes can be divided. When a shape is complete, they are called wholes. When a shape has been divided into two equal parts, they are called halves. Similarly, shapes that have been divided into three parts are called thirds, and four parts are called fourths. Now, look at the shapes in this worksheet with your children. Circle the cookies that have been cut into thirds.
Finding fractions in a set can be super easy and fun to learn with this Find Fourths with Circles worksheet. The colorful PDF gives your child the opportunity to see a tangible picture representation of circles divided into different fractions. Then they get to circle the nests that are divided into fourths. With their cheery bird friend, they'll look for nests that show divisions of four equal parts and they'll find success in choosing the correct nest.
Learning geometry is a very important aspect of your child’s education. The very first thing they must learn is how to identify and name shapes that have been cut into different parts. Ask your kids if they can tell you what shapes that have been cut into 2, 3, and 4 parts are called respectively. Now, test their knowledge with this simple worksheet. The tires in this printout have been divided. Ask your kids to trace on the dotted line to label each as third or fourth.
When it comes to learning how to identify and work with fractions, it's always best if children have good visual representation to refer to when they're trying to identify different groups. With this free worksheet, they'll look at how various circles are divided into thirds and fourths. Then, they'll have the opportunity to choose the shapes that are divided into both thirds and fourths. They'll learn that fractions need to be divided into equal parts, not just certain numbers of sets, and find success in choosing the correct colorful circles.
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