Representing two step word problems using bar models (Part 2)

In this lesson you will be answering 2 step word problems using bar models to help you

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Quiz:

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!

Q1.Blue table have 79 crayons. Sally takes 12 crayons. Jimmy takes 14 crayons. How many crayons are there now?

1/5

Q2.Class 5J have 24 stickers. The boys get 11 more stickers and the girls get 14 more stickers. How many stickers do Class 5J have now?

2/5

Q3.There are 69 chairs in Class 2B. The girls sit in 20 of the chairs and the boys sit in 25 of the chairs. How many chairs are not being used?

3/5

Q4.Green table have 84 pens. Harriet takes 11 pens. Lisa takes 12 pens. How many pens are there now?

4/5

Q5.The fruit stall has 68 apples. David takes 15 apples. Timmy takes 2 apples. How many apples are there now?

5/5

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Quiz:

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!

Q1.Blue table have 79 crayons. Sally takes 12 crayons. Jimmy takes 14 crayons. How many crayons are there now?

1/5

Q2.Class 5J have 24 stickers. The boys get 11 more stickers and the girls get 14 more stickers. How many stickers do Class 5J have now?

2/5

Q3.There are 69 chairs in Class 2B. The girls sit in 20 of the chairs and the boys sit in 25 of the chairs. How many chairs are not being used?

3/5

Q4.Green table have 84 pens. Harriet takes 11 pens. Lisa takes 12 pens. How many pens are there now?

4/5

Q5.The fruit stall has 68 apples. David takes 15 apples. Timmy takes 2 apples. How many apples are there now?

5/5

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Representing two-step word problems as bar models

Every question has two steps so draw two bar models to help.

Q1.21 children in the playground. 48 children arrive. Then 16 children leave. How many children are there now?

1/5

Q2.There were 25 people on the top deck of the bus, 14 people on the bottom deck of the bus. Then, 13 people left the bus. How many people were left on the bus?

2/5

Q3.There were 31 people on the top deck of the bus and 18 people on the bottom deck of the bus. Then, 22 people left the bus. How many people were left on the bus?

3/5

Q4.There were 19 children at lunch. 40 more children come to lunch. Then, 25 people left the lunch hall. How many children were left at lunch?

4/5

Q5.22 children in the playground. 33 children arrive. Then 40 children leave. How many children are there now?

5/5

This quiz includes images that don't have any alt text - please contact your teacher who should be able to help you with an audio description.

Quiz:

Representing two-step word problems as bar models

Every question has two steps so draw two bar models to help.

Q1.21 children in the playground. 48 children arrive. Then 16 children leave. How many children are there now?

1/5

Q2.There were 25 people on the top deck of the bus, 14 people on the bottom deck of the bus. Then, 13 people left the bus. How many people were left on the bus?

2/5

Q3.There were 31 people on the top deck of the bus and 18 people on the bottom deck of the bus. Then, 22 people left the bus. How many people were left on the bus?

3/5

Q4.There were 19 children at lunch. 40 more children come to lunch. Then, 25 people left the lunch hall. How many children were left at lunch?

4/5

Q5.22 children in the playground. 33 children arrive. Then 40 children leave. How many children are there now?

5/5

Lesson summary: Representing two step word problems using bar models (Part 2)

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