Introduction to Singapore Math Part 2
How to use Model Drawing?
(1) Carla and Jerome kept track of the miles they ran over the weekend. Carla ran three times as far as Jerome. If Carla ran 6 miles, how far did Jerome run?
(2) Mrs. Walsh made 300 cookies. She sold 3/4 of them and gave 1/3 of the remainder to her neighbor. How many cookies were left?
Helping Parents Explain Singapore Math - Word Problems 1
Demo for parents and educators on how to use "thinking blocks" (block diagrams) to
help even young children - 1st grade, 2nd grade - understand,
model and solve word problems.
(1) David has 45 marbles. His sister gave him 32 more. How many marbles does he have altogether?
(2) Caleb wants to buy a scooter that costs $63. He saved $38 so far. How much more money does Caleb need?
Helping Parents Explain Singapore Math - Word Problems 2
Part 2: 2-Step Word Problems.
(1) Anna is riding in a bike-a-thon. She rode 49 miles in the morning, stopped for a lunch break, then rode another 37 miles in the afternoon. Anna was then only 62 miles from the finish line. How long was Anna's bike ride?
(2) Kierka bought a juice for 55 cents, a breakfast bar for 27 cents and a package of gum. She spent $1.22 altogether. How much did the package of gum cost?
Solve Word Problems using Singapore Math - according to Topics
These lessons and videos show how to use the block models (tape diagrams or bar models)
in the Singapore Math method of solving word problems. The blocks can
assist the students in visualizing, modeling and solving the word problems
without using algebra.
Angles, angles on a straight line
Angles at a point
Vertically opposite angles
Isosceles triangle, equilateral triangle and right-angled triangle
Sum of angles of a triangle
Drawing different types of triangle
Find unknown angles in a four-sided figure
Drawing parallelograms, rhombus and trapeziums
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