Mention the word «chocolate», and your kids are sure to get super excited! Even though they would be looking forward to sugary treats, you can still mix chocolate with the learning. In this simple worksheet, your kids will help the Chocolate Monster find his way to the Chocolate Party. All they have to do is follow the trail of brownies cut into equal halves, and they would be at the Chocolate Party!
Can your children tell when pieces have been cut in equal halves or when they are cut in more than two parts? Test their knowledge with this colorful worksheet. In the exercise, your children will need to look at all the pairs of blankets in the printout. Then, ask them which of the blankets have been patched in equal parts. Count the parts with your child, and check the correct number of parts in the options provided.
This equal parts practice worksheet requires that your child has some knowledge on halves and equal pieces beforehand. Then, help your little ones look through the printout and check all the rectangles that are made from equal blocks. At the end of the exercise, your children should be able to properly differentiate between equal parts and mismatched parts.
In this worksheet, ask your child to draw lines to cut each white rectangle in the exact way the colored rectangle has been divided. After correctly dividing the white rectangles, ask your little ones to count how many parts in the rectangle, and check the option that has the correct number of parts for each rectangle in this coloring sheet.
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