Using food and delicious snacks is a great way to stimulate your child’s learning capabilities, and encourage interest in different topics. After learning basic addition and subtraction in math, one of the next hurdles your child must scale is fractions. It might seem difficult in the beginning, but with exercises like this worksheet, your child should become an expert at fraction. Here, your child must find the missing part of the food to make a whole. Instruct them to circle the answer.
There are a lot of sides to fractions which your child will need to learn. As soon as they can correctly identify and draw whole shapes, the next step will be to introduce your little ones to fractions. Representing whole shapes as fractions is one of the areas your child will cover in the course of their learning. Use this simple worksheet to improve their knowledge on naming whole shapes cut 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.
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