This worksheet is designed for students to practice division by creating equal groups. The worksheet provides rows of various shapes, and students must divide these shapes into groups of a specified size. Each question directs the student to make groups of a different quantity, such as 3, 6, 4, 5, and 2, and then write the corresponding division sentence that represents the division of shapes into these groups. The worksheet visually represents the division problems, allowing students to count and divide the shapes accordingly.
The objective of this worksheet is to teach students the concept of division as the process of making equal groups from a larger set. It helps students understand that division is not only about numerical calculations but also about equal distribution. The worksheet encourages students to count and group objects, reinforcing the idea of division as a form of repeated subtraction. This hands-on approach to division is intended to build foundational skills that students will need for more complex mathematical operations involving division.