A bar model — also known as a bar diagram, strip diagram, strip model, tape method, tape diagram, Singapore method, etc. — is a way to visually organize data for math problem solving. You can use a bar model to help you visualize and solve almost every kind of arithmetic problem.
This video helps explain bar models and strip diagrams for elementary students (and teachers) studying problem solving and arithmetic.
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14 thoughts on “Introduction to The Bar Model (Strip Diagram) – Math Problem Solving Method”
This is even better than school! 🏫
I love mindmapping and the last bit with the map..BRILLIANT!
Where can we get a copy of the problem solving map? Love it!
I had to watch this video for homework, and I got an A on it! 😀
shrimp diagrams (lenny)
Thanks so much so helpful.
Maths is a cultural subject. All methods are good depending on the cultural concept!
helped a lot!
Wow man you helped me alot with my homework I thank you so much.
Thank you so much for explaining this model! I'm aspiring to become an elementary teacher and have to learn this model. My math teacher didn't even explain this to us.