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Worksheets, examples, and solutions to help Grade 2 students learn how to partition circles and rectangles into equal parts, and describe those parts as halves, thirds, or fourths.

Common Core Standards: 2.G.3, 2.G.1

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New York State Common Core Math Grade 2, Module 8, Lesson 9, Lesson 10

NYS Math Grade 2, Module 8, Lesson 9, Lesson 10

Download Worksheets for Grade 2, Module 8, Lesson 9 (Pdf)

Download Worksheets for Grade 2, Module 8, Lesson 10 (Pdf)

Lesson 9 Concept Development and Homework

1. Circle the shapes that have 2 equal shares with 1 share shaded.

2. Shade 1 half of the shapes that are split into 2 equal shares. One has been done for you.

3. Partition the shapes to show halves. Shade one half of each.




Lesson 10 Concept Development and Homework

1. Do the shapes below show halves or thirds? _____________
a. Draw 1 more line to partition each shape above into fourths.

2. Partition each rectangle into thirds. Shade the shapes, as indicated.

3. Partition each circle into fourths. Then, shade the shapes as indicated.

4. Partition and shade the following shapes. Each rectangle or circle is one whole.
a. 1 half
b. 1 fourth
c. 1 third
d. 2 fourths
e. 2 halves
f. 2 thirds
g. 3 thirds
h. 3 fourths
i. 3 halves

5. Split the pizza below so that Shane, Raul, and John all have an equal share. Label each student’s share with his name.
What fraction of the pizza did the boys get in all?

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