# Representing comparative word problems using bar models (Part 2)

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### Key learning points

1. In this lesson, we will draw comparative bar models to solve word problems.

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## Starter quiz

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### 5 Questions

Q1.
Sally has two books. Megan has three more. How many books does Megan have?
4
6
7
Q2.
Ben has 12 crayons. Levi has 4 more. How many crayons does Levi have?
10
14
8
Q3.
Levi has 16 crayons. Ben has 4 fewer. How many crayons does Ben have?
10
18
20
Q4.
Lauren bakes 13 cakes. Graham bakes 5 more. How many cakes does Graham bake?
17
8
9
Q5.
Lauren bakes 14 cakes. Graham bakes 3 fewer. How many cakes does Graham bake?
12
17
18

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### 5 Questions

Q1.
Ben has 17 toy cars. Jimmy has 11 toy cars. How many fewer toy cars does Jimmy have?
5
7
8
Q2.
Jay has 16 pens. Mel has 11 pens. How many more pens does Mel have?
4
6
7
Q3.
Mark has 13 footballs. Lisa has 19 footballs. How many fewer footballs does Mark have?
13
19
5
Q4.
Sam has 16 comics. Jade has 13 comics. How many more comics does Sam have?
13
16