Level 1
Bryan has 200 stickers.
How many more stickers does Bryan have than Adam?

1. Which model should we draw?
(1) Model Part-whole
(2) Model Comparison
2. Is the total given?
(1) Yes
(2) No
3. Who gets the shorter bar?
(2) Bryan
4. What is the total number of stickers?
4 m
Level 1
Bryan has 200 stickers.
How many more stickers does Bryan have than Adam?
How many stickers do they have altogether?

1. Which model should we draw?
(1) Model Part-whole
(2) Model Comparison
2. Who gets the shorter bar?
(2) Bryan
3. How many more stickers does Adam have than B?
4. What is the total number of stickers?
4 m
Level 1
Bryan has 200 stickers.
How many less stickers does Bryan have than Adam?

1. Which model should we draw?
(1) Model Part-whole
(2) Model Comparison
2. Is the total given?
(1) Yes
(2) No
3. Who gets the shorter bar?
(2) Bryan
4. What is the total number of stickers?
4 m
Level 1
Adam and Bryan have 400 stickers.
1. Who has more stickers?
(2) Bryan
2. How many more stickers does this person have?
3 m
Level 1
Adam and Bryan have 400 stickers.
1. Who has less stickers?
(2) Bryan
2. How many less stickers does this person have?
3 m
Level 3
270 stickers are in 3 packets.
The 1st packet has 2 times as many stickers as the 2nd packet.
The 3rd packet is 3 times as many as the 1st packet.
How many more stickers are there in the 3rd packet and 2nd packet than in the 1st packet?
4 m
Level 3
Adam has a rope which is 450 cm long.
The first piece is 2 times the second piece.
The third piece is 180 cm long.
1. Find the total length of the first and third pieces.
2. Find the difference in length between the second and the third piece.
4 m
Level 1
Study the figure carefully. There are          angles inside the figure that is smaller than the right angle.
2 m
Level 3
Adam saves $1 in the 1st week and$4 in the 2nd week.
Each week, he saves $3 more than the week before. 1. How much money does he save in the 5th week? 2. In which week does he save$22?
4 m
Level 2
Study the figure carefully.
1. How many sides does this figure have?
2. How many angles in the figure are greater than a right angle?
2 m