**Two halves** of an apple make **one whole** apple.

__Example__

Here is one whole apple cut into two halves.

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These two halves are to be divided among two children.

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

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

**Key stage:** KS 1

**Curriculum topic:** Number: Fractions

**Curriculum subtopic:** Recognise Halves and Quarters

**Difficulty level:**

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