In this worksheet, you will see some shapes that have been cut up into smaller pieces. Some of the shapes have been cut into equal parts, which means each piece is the same size. Other shapes have been cut into unequal parts, which means some of the pieces are bigger or smaller than others.
Your job is to cut out the shapes and glue them into the correct box. The first box is for shapes that have been cut into equal parts, and the second box is for shapes that have been cut into unequal parts.
When you are finished, you will have a better understanding of what equal and unequal parts of a whole look like. So, let’s get started and have fun learning about fractions!
The concept of “equal parts” is critical as fractions can only be used to represent shapes that are divided into equal parts. In these fraction worksheets, students identify shapes that are divided into equal parts.