Year 3

Drawing bar models to help us with measuring word problems

Year 3

Drawing bar models to help us with measuring word problems

Lesson details

Key learning points

  1. In this lesson, we will review all the skills learnt about drawing bar models for addition, subtraction, multiplication and division word problems.

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4 Questions

Q1.
16L and 250ml x 4
16L and 900ml
16L and 950ml
16ml and 1000ml
Correct answer: 17L
Q2.
What statement matches the bar model
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We know the part is 16. We don't know the whole. To calculate the whole we need to multiply the part by 2.
Correct answer: We know the whole is 16. We don't know the part. To calculate the part we need to divide the whole by 2.
We know the whole is 16. We don't know the part. To calculate the part we need to multiply the whole by the number of parts.
Q3.
Match the word problem with the correct bar model
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Option 1
Option 2
Correct answer: Option 3
Q4.
What is the calculation required to solve this word problem?
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10 ÷ 5
Correct answer: 5 x 10
50 ÷ 5

4 Questions

Q1.
4L and 400ml multiplied by 4
16L and 1600ml
16L and 1L and 600ml
Correct answer: 17L and 600ml
1L and 100ml
Q2.
Match the correct statements about this bar model.
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Correct answer: We know the value of the two parts. The whole is unknown. We need to add both parts to find the value of the whole. 256 + 178
We know the value of the two parts. The whole is unknown. We need to subtract bigger part by the smaller part to get the whole. 256 - 178.
We know the value of the whole and one part. We need to subtract the whole by a part to find the value of the other part. 178 - 256
Q3.
Match the word problem to the calculation
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450cm - 5cm
Correct answer: 450cm ÷ 5
450cm x 5
5 ÷ 450cm
Q4.
Match the word problem to the calculation.
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4kg and 1250g
4kg and 250g
Correct answer: 5kg and 250g
5kg and 250kg