Applying knowledge of bar models to answer word problems

In this lesson, you will be looking at applying our knowledge of bar models to a range of word problems.

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Intro quiz - Recap from previous lesson

Before we start this lesson, let’s see what you can remember from this topic. Here’s a quick quiz!

Question 1

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Applying knowledge of bar models to answer word problems

Draw a bar model to help you answer these word problems.

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Q1.There are 28 apples and 31 oranges. How many pieces of fruit are there altogether?

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Q2.There were 38 bananas at the fruit stall. 11 of them were green. How many were yellow?

2/4

Q3.There were 80 children in the school hall. 10 more children arrive in the hall. Then, 50 children leave the hall. How many children are in the school hall now?

3/4

Q4.James has 8 pens. Sheri has 3 less. How many pens does Sheri have?

4/4

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Applying knowledge of bar models to answer word problems

Draw a bar model to help you answer these word problems.

Question 1

Question 2

Question 3

Question 4

Q1.There are 28 apples and 31 oranges. How many pieces of fruit are there altogether?

1/4

Q2.There were 38 bananas at the fruit stall. 11 of them were green. How many were yellow?

2/4

Q3.There were 80 children in the school hall. 10 more children arrive in the hall. Then, 50 children leave the hall. How many children are in the school hall now?

3/4

Q4.James has 8 pens. Sheri has 3 less. How many pens does Sheri have?

4/4

Lesson summary: Applying knowledge of bar models to answer word problems

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This was the final lesson in the unit Addition and subtraction word problems.

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