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If you don't have a printer talk through the activity sheet with your adults and then use some of the things you have at home to practice halving.


Count out 10 Lego blocks, find half.

Count out 6 pieces of fruit.  Find half of six.

Count out 8 pencils and half them.  What is half of 12?

Count out 12 spoons.  Use the spoons to find half of eight.

You could write or draw what you find in your blue maths books.



Below you will find a story all about halving.

Give Me Half! by Stuart J. Murphy

A MathStart story about understanding halves, read by Janet Ginsburg: