Worksheet: Comparative Bar Models: Numbers up to 100

In this worksheet, we will practice solving one-step additive comparison problems with numbers up to 100 by drawing a comparative bar model.

Q1:

Chloe scored 41 points in a sports competition. Madison scored 28 points more than Chloe.

We want to find out how many points Madison scored. We can use a part-part-whole diagram to model this problem.

Is Madison’s score the whole or the other part?

  • Athe other part
  • Bthe whole

How many points did Madison score?

Q2:

Isabella scored 72 points in a sports competition. William scored 19 fewer points than Isabella.

We want to find out how many points William scored. We can use a part-part-whole diagram to model this problem.

Is William’s score the whole or the unknown part?

  • AThe unknown part
  • BThe whole

How many points did William score?

Q3:

Select the word problem that can be solved using this part-part-whole diagram.

  • ANoah took 31 photos on his vacation. Benjamin took 17 more photos than Noah. How many photos did Benjamin take?
  • BNoah took 31 photos on his vacation. Benjamin took 17 fewer photos than Noah. How many photos did Benjamin take?

Q4:

Select the word problem that can be solved using this part-part-whole diagram.

  • AHannah has 92 colored pencils. Sophia has 45 more colored pencils than Hannah. How many colored pencils does Sophia have?
  • BHannah has 92 colored pencils. Sophia has 45 fewer colored pencils than Hannah. How many colored pencils does Sophia have?

Q5:

Select the word problem whose answer is 33+18=41.

  • AThere were 33 strawberries growing in a garden. There were 18 more carrots than strawberries growing in the garden. How many carrots were there?
  • BThere were 33 strawberries growing in a garden. There were 18 fewer carrots than strawberries growing in the garden. How many carrots were there?

Q6:

Amelia found 30 shells at the beach. Victoria found 20. How many more did Amelia find?

Q7:

Isabella hit a baseball 90 feet from the batter’s box. Michael hit the baseball 60 feet from the batter’s box. How much farther did Isabella’s ball go?

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