We included **HMH Into Math Grade 2 Answer Key PDF** **Module 22 Lesson 3 Draw Equal Shares **to make students experts in learning maths.

## HMH Into Math Grade 2 Module 22 Lesson 3 Answer Key Draw Equal Shares

I Can draw to show halves, thirds, and fourths of a shape.

**Spark Your Learning**

How can you sort Jenny’s shapes?

Read the following: Jenny draws shapes to show equal shares and unequal shares. Work with a partner to sort the shapes. Color the shapes that show equal shares. Cross out the shapes that show unequal shares.

Answer:

**Build Understanding**

Question 1.

Draw to show equal shares of a whole.

A. halves

Answer:

The halves of the given figures are shown below. Each figure is divided into two equal parts.

B. thirds

Answer:

The thirds of the given figures are shown below. Each figure is divided into three equal parts.

C. fourths

Answer:

The fourth of the given figures are shown below. Each figure is divided into four equal parts.

**Turn and Talk** What is another way to show fourths in the rectangle above?

Answer: In the above question we have divided the shapes into fourths in horizontal. Now we will cut the shape the vertical.

Question 2.

Mr. Andrews wants to cut his granola bar into equal shares. Show how Mr. Andrews can cut the granola bar.

A. Draw to show halves.

Answer:

The name of the shape is square.

Divide the square into two equal parts called halves.

B. Draw to show thirds.

Answer:

The name of the shape is square.

Divide the square into three equal parts called thirds.

C. Draw to show fourths.

Answer:

The name of the shape is square.

Divide the square into four equal parts called fourths.

**Check Understanding**

**Draw equal shares to show the words.**

Question 1.

halves

Answer:

The name of the shape is a rectangle.

Divide the rectangle into two equal parts called halves.

Question 2.

thirds

Answer:

The name of the shape is square.

Divide the square into three equal parts called thirds.

Question 3.

fourths

Answer:

The name of the shape is the circle.

Divide the circle into four equal parts called fourths.

**On Your Own**

**Use Structure** Wilson is folding a paper into equal shares. Draw ways to show how he might fold the paper.

Question 4.

halves

Answer:

The name of the shape is rectangle. When you fold the rectangle into two equal parts then it is known as halves.

Question 5.

thirds

Answer:

The name of the shape is a rectangle. When you fold the rectangle into three equal parts then it is known as thirds.

Question 6.

fourths

Answer:

The name of the shape is a rectangle. When you fold the rectangle into four equal parts then it is known as fourths.

Question 7.

**Reason** Bao says this rectangle shows thirds. Is he correct? Explain.

Answer:

No, the above rectangle is not divided into equal shares so it is not thirds.

**Attend to Precision** Draw to show equal shares.

Question 8.

halves

Answer:

If the figure is divided into two equal shares then it is known as halves.

Question 9.

thirds

Answer:

If a circle is divided into three equal parts then it is known as thirds.

Question 10.

fourths

Answer:

If a square is divided into four equal shares then it is known as fourths.

**I’m in a Learning Mindset!**

How can I ask a different question to get a better answer about drawing equal shares?

Answer:

Can equal shares be different in shape and size?

How can equal shares in a rectangle have different shapes?