These activity sheets give your students an introduction to working with fact family bar graphs.

Math facts or those created using the same set of numbers is what we call fact families in mathematics. It shows the relationships between the three numbers involved. In an addition and subtraction fact family, there are four addition and subtraction sentences created using just three numbers. Fact families are three related integers, just like people in a family are related. Some families are related through addition and subtraction. Other families can be related through multiplication and division. Bar diagrams are the useful tools for students. These provide visual help them, making performing basic calculations simple and easy. It ensures that students grasp the concept and understand what is happening in the problem.

Bar diagrams provide students with a great visual to help them perform basic calculations. It really insures that they understand what is happening in the problem. Fact families are three related integers, just like people in a family are related. Some families are related through addition and subtraction. Other families can be related through multiplication and division. These worksheets explain how to construct and use fact family bar graphs. Students will write multiple equations to express a fact, and complete an associated bar graph.

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Fact Family Bar Diagrams Lesson

Write four equations for each diagram. Then solve for R. Based on the equation R x 6 = 72.

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Lesson and Practice

Multiplication and division have to do with things or groups of the same size. When you multiply the number of groups by the amount in each group (or the other way around), you get the total. When you divide the total by the number of groups, you get the amount in each group. When you divide the total by the amount in each group, you get the number of groups.

Worksheet

Students will use a visual to complete all of these exercises that model set equations. Ten problems are provided.

Practice

Students will practice using this technique to satisfy a written equation. Ten problems are provided.

Drill

Students will create a diagram to model all of the equations that are presented. Eight problems are provided.

Warm Up

Students construct models for each of the problems. Three problems are provided.