Find a Quarter of Objects

In this worksheet, students will be answering questions about different objects split into quarters.

Key stage:  KS 1

Curriculum topic:   Number: Fractions

Curriculum subtopic:   Recognise Halves and Quarters

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Worksheet Overview

In this activity, we will be looking at different objects split into quarters.

Here is a tennis ball split into four parts like this:

This tennis ball has been split into four parts, but they are all different sizes. For example, part 1 is a lot smaller than part 3.

Quarters are when a whole shape or object has been split into four equal parts.

Equal means exactly the same.

So a tennis ball split into equal parts means four parts that are exactly the same size.

Here is a tennis ball split into equal parts which means it is split into quarters.

Can you see that each part is exactly the same size this time?

Shall we tackle some of these questions now?

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