Have a suggestion to improve this page? To leave a general comment about our Web site, please click here Share this page with your network. Word Problem and the Four Operations is a unit focused on the four operations of arithmetic. This unit explores the use of Singapore bar models as a tool for solving word problems.
It's sure to be a hit because students will feel very grown up through this learning experience. Take your students through these topics in the order they are given below for best results.
Learning to Spell the Number Words Teach: Talk to the students about the number words in the text.
Explain to the students that a number signifies an amount, but when we write about a number, we use a number word. Provide an example comparing the number 1 and the number word, one. It has the same meaning, only it is written in word format.
First ask the students to create a list of numbers. Next to each number, write the number word. Next, refer back to the nursery rhyme. Show the students the number words again circle them with a dry erase marker or bold them with wiki sticks. Last, write the number in front of the class to model the correct formation of the number on a small sticky note and place it above the word on the nursery rhyme.
The students will practice associating the number with the number word on a bar graph. Create a bar graph up to ten 10 columns on copy paper.
You can download a blank bar graph for your convenience at Super Teacher Worksheets. Write the number words on the x-axis and the number on the y-axis.
Copy the worksheet onto a poster maker at your school.
If you do not have a poster maker at school, you can purchase extra large graph paper from Nasco's Math website to make the bar graph laminate it and use dry erase markers to use it again and again.
Write each digit, on an index card and the number words, one-ten, on the back of each index card and laminate. I have created the number word cards in PDF. Just download them and print them on card stock. Then, write the number on the back of each card and laminate.
To successfully complete this lesson, students will need the skills: Large Group Activity and Center Game: First, do this as a whole group activity so the students can do it independently as a center game.
Tell the students that they are going to randomly draw a number, count the number of boxes on the graph and color them in. For example, the student draws the number 1 and colors one box in the bar graph. The student flips the card over, to find the word "one", and writes it in the column beneath this makes the game self-correcting, and teaches them that a graph has labels.
Last, the student sets the number 1 card aside.
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Continue in this manner until the graph is complete with numbers To make it into a center game, provide copies of the worksheet, the cards, pencils and crayons.
Practice game with the students, modeling the procedure. Younger students may need direct supervision to play the game correctly.
Students read the number word and color in the correct number of shoes on the table. If your students are confusing a letter, a number and a wordread more here at Bright Hub Education. If you are teaching a whole unit on nursery rhymesyou would enjoy my series to teach rhyming words and word families.
Author's teaching experience and classroom work. This lesson plan was successful in a Kindergarten classroom.
Modify it up or down as needed depending on age and ability level.11 – 5 = 6 ——— There are 6 — more boys than girls. Complete the bar model. Label the bar model. Write a number sentence with a n for the missing number. Solve. Use the bar model to write a number sentence.
Subtract to find the missing part. So, the answer is First graders build on their previous work with the composition and decomposition of numbers by writing number sentences to represent a real world or mathematical situation involving addition and subtraction. to identify the missing number in an equation such as: The bar model is an effective tool that can be used to represent .
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You can also check out the other variations of the division model. To divide 24 by 3, draw 3 boxes to represent 3 groups and put 24 as the number to represent to total for the 3 groups. For this model, there are a few ways to draw it. Name Problem Solving ' Subtraction Label the bar model.
Write a number sentence with a for the missing number. Solve. PROBLEM SOLVING Lesson 5.q. Mathematicians can use a bar model to represent subtraction number sentences. Mathematicians can then use the bar model to write the rest of the facts in a fact fami Lesson: Copy of Bar Model and Fact Families, Day 5.