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Fractions: How Many Apple Halves?

In this worksheet, students begin to look at halves and understand how two halves make a whole.

'Fractions: How Many Apple Halves?' worksheet

Key stage:  KS 1

Curriculum topic:  Number: Fractions

Curriculum subtopic:  Recognise Halves and Quarters

Difficulty level:  

Worksheet Overview

QUESTION 1 of 10

Two halves of an apple make one whole apple.

 

Example

Here is one whole apple cut into two halves.

     

 

These two halves are to be divided among two children.

 

So each child gets 1 half of an apple and no whole apples.

Two apples are shared equally between two children.

        

 

 

How many halves does each child get?

0

1

2

4

Here is one whole apple cut into two halves.

 

 

 

 

When it is shared equally between two children, how many whole apples does each child get?

0

1

2

Four apples are shared equally between two children.

 

                      

 

 

How many halves of apple does each child get?

1

2

4

How many whole apples does each child get when these halves are shared equally between two children?

 

                      

0

1

2

How many halves of apple does each child get when these apples are shared out equally?

 

                                           

3

7

4

How many whole apples will each child get when these apple halves are shared out equally?

 

                                           

2

3

6

How many halves of apple does each child get when these are shared out equally?

 

                                                  

4

7

8

How many whole apples will each child get when these halves are shared out equally?

 

                                                  

2

4

8

How many halves of apple does each child get when these are shared out equally?

 

                             

3

5

10

How many whole apples does each child get when these halves are shared out equally?

 

                             

2

4

5

  • Question 1

Two apples are shared equally between two children.

        

 

 

How many halves does each child get?

CORRECT ANSWER
2
  • Question 2

Here is one whole apple cut into two halves.

 

 

 

 

When it is shared equally between two children, how many whole apples does each child get?

CORRECT ANSWER
0
  • Question 3

Four apples are shared equally between two children.

 

                      

 

 

How many halves of apple does each child get?

CORRECT ANSWER
4
  • Question 4

How many whole apples does each child get when these halves are shared equally between two children?

 

                      

CORRECT ANSWER
2
  • Question 5

How many halves of apple does each child get when these apples are shared out equally?

 

                                           

CORRECT ANSWER
7
  • Question 6

How many whole apples will each child get when these apple halves are shared out equally?

 

                                           

CORRECT ANSWER
3
  • Question 7

How many halves of apple does each child get when these are shared out equally?

 

                                                  

CORRECT ANSWER
8
  • Question 8

How many whole apples will each child get when these halves are shared out equally?

 

                                                  

CORRECT ANSWER
4
  • Question 9

How many halves of apple does each child get when these are shared out equally?

 

                             

CORRECT ANSWER
5
  • Question 10

How many whole apples does each child get when these halves are shared out equally?

 

                             

CORRECT ANSWER
2
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