Question:

Level 1

Adam has 300 stickers.

Bryan has 200 stickers.

How many stickers do they have altogether?

4 m
Adam has 300 stickers.

Bryan has 200 stickers.

How many stickers do they have altogether?

- Which model should we draw?

(1) Model Part-whole

(2) Model Comparison - Is the total given?

(1) Yes

(2) No - Who gets the shorter bar?

(1) Adam

(2) Bryan - What is the total number of stickers?

Level 1

Adam has 500 stickers at first.

Adam gives away some stickers.

He has 200 stickers left.

How many stickers does he give away?

4 m
Adam has 500 stickers at first.

Adam gives away some stickers.

He has 200 stickers left.

How many stickers does he give away?

- Which model should we draw?

(1) Model Part-whole

(2) Model Comparison - Is the total given?

(1) Yes

(2) No - Who gets the shorter bar?

(1) At first

(2) Left - Number of stickers that he gives away =

Level 1

Adam has 700 stickers.

Bryan has 200 stickers.

How many more stickers does Bryan have than Adam?

4 m
Adam has 700 stickers.

Bryan has 200 stickers.

How many more stickers does Bryan have than Adam?

- Which model should we draw?

(1) Model Part-whole

(2) Model Comparison - Is the total given?

(1) Yes

(2) No - Who gets the shorter bar?

(1) Adam

(2) Bryan - What is the total number of stickers?

Level 1

Adam has 700 stickers.

Bryan has 200 stickers.

How many more stickers does Bryan have than Adam?

How many stickers do they have altogether?

4 m
Adam has 700 stickers.

Bryan has 200 stickers.

How many more stickers does Bryan have than Adam?

How many stickers do they have altogether?

- Which model should we draw?

(1) Model Part-whole

(2) Model Comparison - Who gets the shorter bar?

(1) Adam

(2) Bryan - How many more stickers does Adam have than B?
- What is the total number of stickers?

Level 1

Adam has 800 stickers.

Bryan has 200 stickers.

How many less stickers does Bryan have than Adam?

4 m
Adam has 800 stickers.

Bryan has 200 stickers.

How many less stickers does Bryan have than Adam?

- Which model should we draw?

(1) Model Part-whole

(2) Model Comparison - Is the total given?

(1) Yes

(2) No - Who gets the shorter bar?

(1) Adam

(2) Bryan - What is the total number of stickers?

Level 2

Fill in the blanks with units or unit equations.

70 children are in a school.

There are 30 more girls than boys.

4 m
Fill in the blanks with units or unit equations.

70 children are in a school.

There are 30 more girls than boys.

- Number of boys = _____
- Number of more boys than girls = _____
- Total number of children = _____
- 1 u = _____

Level 2

Fill in the blanks with units or unit equations.

70 children are in a school.

There are 30 less girls than boys.

4 m
Fill in the blanks with units or unit equations.

70 children are in a school.

There are 30 less girls than boys.

- Number of boys = _____
- Number of more boys than girls = _____
- Total number of children = _____
- 1 u = _____

Level 1

Adam and Bryan have 400 stickers.

Adam has 300 stickers.

3 m
Adam and Bryan have 400 stickers.

Adam has 300 stickers.

- Who has more stickers?

(1) Adam

(2) Bryan - How many more stickers does this person have?

Level 1

Adam and Bryan have 400 stickers.

Adam has 300 stickers.

3 m
Adam and Bryan have 400 stickers.

Adam has 300 stickers.

- Who has less stickers?

(1) Adam

(2) Bryan - How many less stickers does this person have?

Level 1

70 children are in a school.

30 of them were girls.

How many more boys than girls are there?

3 m
70 children are in a school.

30 of them were girls.

How many more boys than girls are there?

- Number of boys = _____
- Number of more boys than girls = _____