Year 2

Year 2

# Applying knowledge of bar models to answer word problems

## Lesson details

### Key learning points

1. In this lesson, we will look at applying our knowledge of bar models to a range of word problems.

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## Video

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## Starter quiz

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### 3 Questions

Q1.
Joe had 60 vanilla cupcakes. Miss Mitchell had 20 fewer. How many chocolate cupcakes did Miss Mitchell have?
Miss Mitchell had 40 chocolate cupcakes. Joe had 20 more cupcakes. How many cupcakes did Joe have?
Correct answer: Miss Mitchell had 40 chocolate cupcakes. Joe had 60 vanilla cupcakes. How many more cupcakes did Joe have?
Q2.
Correct answer: Joe had 60 vanilla cupcakes. Miss Mitchell had 20 fewer. How many chocolate cupcakes did Miss Mitchell have?
Miss Mitchell had 40 chocolate cupcakes. Joe had 20 more cupcakes. How many cupcakes did Joe have?
Miss Mitchell had 40 chocolate cupcakes. Joe had 60 vanilla cupcakes. How many more cupcakes did Joe have?
Q3.
Joe had 60 vanilla cupcakes. Miss Mitchell had 20 fewer. How many chocolate cupcakes did Miss Mitchell have?
Correct answer: Miss Mitchell had 40 chocolate cupcakes. Joe had 20 more cupcakes. How many cupcakes did Joe have?
Miss Mitchell had 40 chocolate cupcakes. Joe had 60 vanilla cupcakes. How many more cupcakes did Joe have?

## Exit quiz

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### 4 Questions

Q1.
There are 28 apples and 31 oranges. How many pieces of fruit are there altogether?
57
58
60
Q2.
There were 38 bananas at the fruit stall. 11 of them were green. How many were yellow?
11
37
49
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?