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Examples, solutions, videos, worksheets, games, and activities to help students learn how to solve word problems using bar models in Singapore Math.

Multiplication Model Drawing

Example:

Lu has 3 plates of cupcakes. There are 4 cupcakes on each plate. How nay cupcakes does Lu have altogether?
Topical Assessment: Mass, Question 45

Example:

A pail, half filled with sand, weighs 4 kg 210 g. When the same pail is fully filled with sand, it weighs 5 kg 420 g. Find the mass of the pail in kilogram.

Topical Assessment: Time, Question 45

Example:

A snail wants to crawl to the top of a 5-meter pole. Each time it crawls up 2 mater and takes a rest, it will slide down 1 meter. If it takes 2 minutes to crawl up 1 meter and 30 seconds to slide down 1 meter, how long will it take to reach the top of the pole?
Topical Assessment - Time

Example:

Mr. Yacob reached his office at 9:10 am. He took 25 minutes to check his emails and 1 h 40 min to process some documents. Then he attended a meeting before going for lunch at 12:30 pm. How long did the meeting last?

More Lessons for Singapore Math

Math Worksheets

Examples, solutions, videos, worksheets, games, and activities to help students learn how to solve word problems using bar models in Singapore Math.

Multiplication Model Drawing

Example:

Lu has 3 plates of cupcakes. There are 4 cupcakes on each plate. How nay cupcakes does Lu have altogether?

Example:

A pail, half filled with sand, weighs 4 kg 210 g. When the same pail is fully filled with sand, it weighs 5 kg 420 g. Find the mass of the pail in kilogram.

Example:

A snail wants to crawl to the top of a 5-meter pole. Each time it crawls up 2 mater and takes a rest, it will slide down 1 meter. If it takes 2 minutes to crawl up 1 meter and 30 seconds to slide down 1 meter, how long will it take to reach the top of the pole?

Example:

Mr. Yacob reached his office at 9:10 am. He took 25 minutes to check his emails and 1 h 40 min to process some documents. Then he attended a meeting before going for lunch at 12:30 pm. How long did the meeting last?

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