# Max Maths, Year 3, Work Book, Review of equal sharing and equal grouping

In the Max Maths workbook for Year 3, students get to revisit and practice the concepts of equal sharing and equal grouping through a series of engaging exercises. The first practice activity involves distributing 10 flowers evenly into 2 vases. Children are encouraged to draw the flowers in the vases on the provided illustration, crossing out a flower each time they add one to a vase, to visually represent the division and ensure an equal share. They then record how many flowers are placed in each vase, which helps them to understand the concept of division as sharing equally.

Subsequent activities include grouping basketballs and rings. For example, students are asked to circle groups of 4 basketballs and then determine how many such groups can be made from a total of 8 basketballs. This exercise is repeated with different numbers and group sizes to provide varied practice. They are also tasked with completing division sentences by identifying the number of groups formed when objects are equally divided. Additionally, exercises include creating equal groups with dots and writing the corresponding division sentences in words, further reinforcing the division process. The workbook concludes with a set of division problems that students must solve, ranging from basic facts to more complex divisions, ensuring a comprehensive review of the topic.