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Fractions: Dividing with Halves

In this worksheet, students evaluate the number of halves. Cakes are used to illustrate this concept.

'Fractions: Dividing with Halves' worksheet

Key stage:  KS 2

Curriculum topic:   Maths and Numerical Reasoning

Curriculum subtopic:   Fractions

Difficulty level:  

Worksheet Overview

QUESTION 1 of 10

In this worksheet, we will learn how to count the number of halves.

 

A apple can be divided into two halves, like this:

    

 

 

Example

Find how many halves there are in

2

1

2

 apples

 

Answer

Each whole apple gives two halves.

There are 5 halves apples in total.

          

Find how many halves there are in

10
1
2
 

Find how many halves there are in

11
1
2
 

Find how many halves there are in

8
1
2
 

Find how many halves there are in

4
1
2
 

Find how many halves there are in

5
1
2
 

Find how many halves there are in

6
1
2
 

Find how many halves there are in

9
1
2
 

Find how many halves there are in

12
1
2
 

Find how many halves there are in

1
1
2
 

Find how many halves there are in

3
1
2
 
  • Question 1

Find how many halves there are in

10
1
2
 
CORRECT ANSWER
21
  • Question 2

Find how many halves there are in

11
1
2
 
CORRECT ANSWER
23
  • Question 3

Find how many halves there are in

8
1
2
 
CORRECT ANSWER
17
  • Question 4

Find how many halves there are in

4
1
2
 
CORRECT ANSWER
9
  • Question 5

Find how many halves there are in

5
1
2
 
CORRECT ANSWER
11
  • Question 6

Find how many halves there are in

6
1
2
 
CORRECT ANSWER
13
  • Question 7

Find how many halves there are in

9
1
2
 
CORRECT ANSWER
19
  • Question 8

Find how many halves there are in

12
1
2
 
CORRECT ANSWER
25
  • Question 9

Find how many halves there are in

1
1
2
 
CORRECT ANSWER
3
  • Question 10

Find how many halves there are in

3
1
2
 
CORRECT ANSWER
7
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