Find the Fractions
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  • Introduction
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In this worksheet children must find a simple fraction of a number of objects.

 

Example

How many apples will be there in one third of the number of apples below?

   

   

   

 

Answer

To find one third of a number of objects we divide them into 3 groups.

 

   

 

 

   

 

 

   

 

There are 4 apples in each group so one third of 12 is 4

This is the same as working out 12 ÷ 3 = 4

 

To find one half of a number, we divide by 2.

To find one quarter of a number, we divide by 4.

To find one fifth of a number, we divide by 5.

To find one sixth of a number, we divide by 6.

  • Question 1
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How many strawberries will be there in half the number of strawberries below?

 

  • Question 2
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How many strawberries will be there in one quarter the number of strawberries below?

 

  • Question 3
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How many strawberries will be there in one third the number of strawberries below?

 

  • Question 4
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How many strawberries will be there in one sixth the number of strawberries below?

 

  • Question 5
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How many carrots will be there in half the number of carrots below?

 

  • Question 6
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How many carrots will be there in one quarter of the number of carrots below?

 

  • Question 7
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How many carrots will be there in one third of the number of carrots below?

 

  • Question 8
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How many carrots will be there in one sixth of the number of carrots below?

 

  • Question 9
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How many peaches will be there in half the number of peaches below?

 

     

     

     

  • Question 10
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How many watermelons will be there in one quarter the number of melons below?

 

     

     

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