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Idea 274: FREE Differentiated Bar Model Challenge Sheets: Show Inverse Operation and Solve Missing Numbers.
DOWNLOAD THE RESOURCES HERE This is a differentiated set of challenge sheets I made that focus on showing how the various numbers in a calculation ‘fit’ together, which is what the bar model is really great for. Once this is … Continue reading →
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Idea 257: FREE Differentiated Fractions Resources With Bar Models
I used these resources in the first week of introducing bar models to my class, at the end of a unit looking at fractions. My input involved looking at bar models and creating ‘stories’ that made sense with them, with … Continue reading →
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Tagged bar model, elementary, fractions, fractions of amounts, key stage one, maths, primary, year 2

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Idea 255: FREE Differentiated Bar Model Resources
The ‘bar model’ is one of the big things coming through as part of the mastery Maths approach; it’s a concept borrowed from Asian countries which perform very well in Maths. The idea is that a simple bar model can … Continue reading →
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Tagged bar model, elementary, key stage one, key stage two, mastery maths, maths, missing number problems, primary, singapore maths

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