# Find One Quarter, Two Quarters and Three Quarters of Shapes

In this worksheet, students will find one quarter, two quarters and three quarters of shapes.

Key stage:  KS 1

Curriculum topic:   Number: Fractions

Curriculum subtopic:   Recognise Fractions

Difficulty level:

#### Worksheet Overview

This activity is all about finding 1/4, 2/4, and 3/4 of shapes.

Let's have a look at what each of these means.

1. Finding 1/4 of a shape:

1/4 is read as one quarter and can also be written like this:

So, let's shade 1/4 of a square. It needs to be split into four equal parts and then one of the parts needs to be shaded.

Remember equal means exactly the same size.

2. Finding 2/4 of a shape:

2/4 is read as two quarters and can also be written like this:

So, let's shade 2/4 of a circle. It needs to be split into four equal parts and then two of the parts need to be shaded:

Remember equal means exactly the same size.

Can you see that 2/4 is also the same as a half?

3. Finding 3/4 of a shape:

3/4 is read as three quarters and can also be written like this:

So, let's shade 3/4 of a rectangle. It needs to be split into four equal parts and then three of the parts need to be shaded:

Remember equal means exactly the same size.

Are you ready to try some questions now?

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