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Problem Solving Using Model Drawing 2013

Problem Solving Using Model Drawing Edition 2013

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Problem Solving Using Model Drawing 2013

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UNIT

TOPIC

MARKS

REMARK

FOLLOW UP ACTION

NUMBERS TO 1000 1 PRACTICE STEP BY STEP 1 -5 MODEL DRAWING 1 2

ADDITION AND SUBSTRACTION PRACTICE STEP BY STEP 5 - 10 MULTIPLICATION AND DIVISION

3 PRACTICE STEP BY STEP 11 - 15 MENTAL CALCULATION 4 PRACTICE STEP BY STEP 16 - 20 REVIEW TEST 1 REVIEW TEST 2 FRACTIONS OF A WHOLE 5 PRACTICE STEP BY STEP 21 - 25 ADDITION AND SUBTRACTION 6 PRACTICE STEP BY STEP 26 - 30 LENGTH, MASS AND VOLUME 7 PRACTICE STEP BY STEP 31 - 35 TIME 8 PRACTICE STEP BY STEP 36 - 40 REVIEW TEST 3 REVIEW TEST 4

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Problem Solving Using Model Drawing 2013 UNIT

TOPIC

MARKS

REMARK

FOLLOW UP ACTION

MONEY 9 PRACTICE STEP BY STEP 40 - 45 GEOMENTRY - 2D & 3D FIGURES 10 PRACTICE STEP BY STEP 45 - 50 REVISION TEST 5 REVISION TEST 6 PATTERNS 11 PRACTICE STEP BY STEP 51 - 55 LINE, CURVE AND SURFACE 12 PRACTICE STEP BY STEP 56 - 60 PICTURE GRAPHS 13 PRACTICE STEP BY STEP 61 - 65 REVISION TEST 7 REVISION TEST 8

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Problem Solving Using Model Drawing 2013

CONTENT UNIT 1

NUMBERS TO 1000 PRACTICE STEP BY STEP 1 - 5

UNIT 2

ADDITION AND SUBTRACTION WITHIN 1000 MODEL DRAWING 1 PRACTICE STEP BY STEP 5 - 10

UNIT 3

MULTIPLICATION AND DIVISION PRACTICE STEP BY STEP 11 - 15

UNIT 4

MENTAL CALCULATION PRACTICE STEP BY STEP 16 - 20 REVISION TEST 1 REVISION TEST 2

UNIT 5

FRACTION AS A WHOLE PRACTICE STEP BY STEP 21 - 25

UNIT 6

ADDITION AND SUBTRACTION PRACTICE STEP BY STEP 30 - 35

UNIT 7

LENGTH, MASS AND VOLUME PRACTICE STEP BY STEP 31 - 35

UNIT 8

TIME PRACTICE STEP BY STEP 36 - 40 REVISION TEST 3 REVISION TEST 4

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Problem Solving Using Model Drawing 2013 UNIT 9

MONEY PRACTICE STEP BY STEP 41 - 45

UNIT 10

GEOMENTARY - 2D & 3D FIGURES PRACTICE STEP BY STEP 46 - 50 REVISION TEST 5 REVISION TEST 6

UNIT 11

PATTERNS PRACTICE STEP BY STEP 51 - 55

UNIT 12

LINE, CURVE AND SURFACE PRACTICE STEP BY STEP 56 - 60

UNIT 13

PICTURES GRAPHS PRACTICE STEP BY STEP 61 - 65 REVISION TEST 7 REVISION TEST 8

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Problem Solving Using Model Drawing 2013 UNIT 1 - NUMBERS TO 1000 PRACTICE STEP BY STEP 1

(A)

Write the numbers in words.

1.

6

=

____________________________________________

2.

27

=

____________________________________________

3.

37

=

____________________________________________

4.

149

=

____________________________________________

5.

382

=

____________________________________________

(B)

Write the numbers.

1.

Five hundred and twenty-three

=

________________

2.

Three hundreds nine tens six ones

=

________________

3.

Two hundred and thirty-four

=

________________

4.

Eight hundreds one ten seven ones =

________________

5.

One hundred and three

________________

(C)

Fill in the numbers.

=

1.

What number is 100 more than 33 ? ________________

2.

What number is 10 less than 89 ?

3.

What number is 100 less than 639 ? ________________

4.

What number is 10 more than 299 ? ________________

5.

What number is 100 more than 68 ? ________________

________________

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Problem Solving Using Model Drawing 2013 UNIT 1 - NUMBERS TO 1000 PRACTICE STEP BY STEP 2

(A)

Fill in the correct sign, > or <.

1.

837 ______ 847

2.

284 + 28 ______ 184 + 104

3.

473 - 18 ______ 346 + 93

4.

337 ______ 437

5.

273 + 218 ______ 481

(B)

Arrange the numbers.

1.

3 , 17 , 7 , 10 starting from smallest. ____________________________________________________

2.

86 , 33 , 85 , 71 starting from biggest. ____________________________________________________

3.

941 , 932 , 970 , 906 starting from biggest. ____________________________________________________

4.

139 , 176 , 164 , 150 starting from smallest. ____________________________________________________

5.

92 , 29 , 78 , 69 starting from biggest. ____________________________________________________

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Problem Solving Using Model Drawing 2013 UNIT 1 - NUMBERS TO 1000 PRACTICE STEP BY STEP 3

15 + 34

82 + 16

12 + 86

41 + 36

16 + 61

23 + 43

20 + 58

87 + 10

22 + 26

56 + 32

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Problem Solving Using Model Drawing 2013 UNIT 1 - NUMBERS TO 1000 PRACTICE STEP BY STEP 4

Add down and across. Then add the totals you calculated. The sum across should equal the sum down.

765 280 262 180

838 307 124 45

944 310 239 2

762 565

668 509

446 261

446 425

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Problem Solving Using Model Drawing 2013 UNIT 1 - NUMBERS TO 1000 PRACTICE STEP BY STEP 5

Write a plus(+), minus(-) or multiplication(x) sign in the circle to make the number sentence true.

7

5 = 35

10

3=7

1

9=9

9

6 = 15

10

2=8

8

7 = 56

6

10 = 60

0

9=0

10

6 = 16

0

7=7

8

7=1

6

0=6

6

1=7

4

2=2

2

0=2

5

1=5

1

5=5

5

2=3

2

1=3

2

1=1

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Problem Solving Using Model Drawing 2013 UNIT 2 - ADDITION AND SUBTRACTION PRACTICE STEP BY STEP 6

Find the values. 1.

23 + 6 =

______

2.

38 + 73 =

______

3.

8 + 39 =

______

4.

149 - 47 =

______

5.

372 - 184 = ______

6.

612 + 300 = ______

7.

27 - 19 =

______

8.

37 + 721 =

______

9.

82 + 49 =

______

10. 431 - 320 = ______

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Problem Solving Using Model Drawing 2013 UNIT 2 - ADDITION PRACTICE STEP BY STEP 7

5+4=

1+7=

4+2=

5+8=

4+4=

0 + 10 =

4+9=

12 + 3 =

11 + 3 =

12 + 0 =

7+4=

3+2=

6+5=

11 + 4 =

10 + 11 =

10 + 0 =

1+5=

10 + 10 =

0+2=

1+8=

12 + 4 =

9+1=

12 + 10 =

5+7=

7+7=

8+4=

2+4=

12 + 2 =

2+6=

7+7=

5 + 12 =

2+0=

9+5=

6 + 11 =

5+6=

9 + 12 =

4+8=

4+1=

8+0=

0+7=

2+7=

3+4=

11 + 4 =

7+6=

10 + 10 =

2+8=

1 + 12 =

11 + 1 =

5+9=

1 + 11 =

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Problem Solving Using Model Drawing 2013 UNIT 2 - ADDITION PRACTICE STEP BY STEP 8

12 - 6 =

10 - 7 =

8-3=

15 - 9 =

10 - 5 =

12 - 10 =

15 - 10 =

5-4=

4-4=

3-2=

13 - 5 =

7-3=

13 - 6 =

5-5=

10 - 0 =

2-2=

9-6=

10 - 0 =

6-4=

12 - 9 =

6-5=

11 - 2 =

11 - 10 =

14 - 8 =

15 - 7 =

13 - 5 =

9-5=

4-3=

10 - 7 =

16 - 8 =

7-1=

6-2=

16 - 6 =

7-0=

13 - 7 =

11 - 1 =

13 - 8 =

9-3=

10 - 2 =

10 - 8 =

12 - 8 =

11 - 6 =

6-6=

15 - 7 =

10 - 10 =

12 - 8 =

4-1=

3-3=

15 - 9 =

3-0=

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Problem Solving Using Model Drawing 2013 UNIT 2 - ADDITION AND SUBTRACTION (MODEL DRAWING 1) PRACTICE STEP BY STEP 9

Work out the answers carefully and fill in the missing number in the boxes. Part -Whole Model (A) 1.

Adding two sets of subjects 8 + 12 = 8 +8

3.

2.

69 + 21 =

12

69

21

+ 12

69

+ 21

98 + 13 =

4.

53 + 38 =

98

13

53

38

98

+ 13

53

+ 38

5.

18 + 75 =

6. 66 + 50 =

7.

69 + 25 =

8. 100 + 50 =

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Problem Solving Using Model Drawing 2013 (B)

Finding one part (subject) from the whole group

1.

+ 16 = 30

2.

+ 59 = 360

16 ?

21 ?

+ 16

30

3.

99 +

+ 21

360

= 150

4.

+ 63 = 274

99

63

+ 59

?

+?

150

5.

7.

274

+ 75 = 102

19 +

+ 63

= 277

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6.

192 +

8. 108 +

= 352

= 577

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Problem Solving Using Model Drawing 2013 (C)

1.

3.

Joining one or more sets to another set of subjects

19 + 25 =

2. 38 + 59 + 14 =

19

25

38

59

14

19

+ 25

38

+ 59

+ 14

45 + 336 = 45 45

4. 93 + 65 + 77 = 336

93

+ 336

93

65

77

+ 65

+ 77

5. 202 + 33 + 75 =

6. 292 + 39 =

7.

8. 108 + 55 + 19 =

459 + 277 + 32 =

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Problem Solving Using Model Drawing 2013 (D)

1.

Taking away one set of the subject

33 - 18 =

2.

18

273 - 64 =

64

- 18

?

-64

33

3.

?

273

+ 86 = 158

4. 93 - 65 - 7 =

86 + 86

?

158

65

7

- 65

-7

93

5. 402 - 133 - 95 =

6. 693 - 357 =

7.

8. 378 - 75 - 53 =

559 - 127 - 49 =

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Problem Solving Using Model Drawing 2013 UNIT 2 - ADDITION AND SUBTRACTION PRACTICE STEP BY STEP 10 (PART 1)

Example

Ahmad has 290 marbles. He loses 231 marbles to his friends. How many marbles has he left?

Solution ?

231

left

loses

290

290 - 231 = 59 He has 59 marbles left.

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Problem Solving Using Model Drawing 2013 QUESTION 1 A baker made 250 red bean buns and 150 lotus seed buns. How many buns did he make altogether?

QUESTION 2 Jordan had $900. He bought a computer that cost $796. How much money did he have left?

QUESTION 3 May saved $86 last year. She saved $176 this year. How much money did she save altogether?

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Problem Solving Using Model Drawing 2013 QUESTION 4 Shop A sold 212 toy cars. Shop B sold 88 more toy cars than Shop A. How many toy cars did Shop B sell?

QUESTION 5 Jim made 302 friends on Friendbook. Danny made 15 friends less than Jim. How many friends did Danny make?

QUESTION 6 There are 240 children in a hall. 19 of them are not reading a book. How many of the children are reading a book?

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Problem Solving Using Model Drawing 2013 Example

Devi has 36 apples and 23 oranges. How many more apples than oranges are there?

Solution 36 apples

23

?

oranges

36 - 23 = 13 There are 13 more apples than oranges.

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Problem Solving Using Model Drawing 2013 QUESTION 1

A pair of shoes costs $26. Jack has $17. How much more does Jack need?

QUESTION 2

Ali made 725 sticks of satay. He sold 674 sticks of satay. How many sticks of satay had he left?

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Problem Solving Using Model Drawing 2013 QUESTION 3

962 people attended a concert. There were 423 men and 392 women. How many were children?

QUESTION 4

Jasmine is 13 years old. Her father is 27 years older than her. How old is her father?

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Problem Solving Using Model Drawing 2013 QUESTION 5

Mrs. Tan's grade two class is studying geese. The geese have started to leave on their winter migration. During a class field trip the class saw two flocks of geese flying by. The first flock had 71 geese in it. The second flock had 47 geese in it. How many geese did Mrs. Tan's class see?

QUESTION 6

Joe is helping his dad collect bottles for recycling. He found 58 bottles in his back yard and 44 bottles in the garage. How many bottles did Joe find in all?

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