# What is a tape diagram in 1st grade?

Space and Astronomy## What is a tape diagram Grade 1?

Tape diagrams are **a visual strategy that shows your child addition and subtraction**. Start with RDWW (read, draw, write a number sentence, write an answer statement), and let your child learn to draw a tape diagram to solve the problem.

## What are tape diagrams?

A tape diagram is **a pictorial model students can draw to represent a mathematical relationship or to develop understanding of a math concept**. Tape diagrams are useful for solving many different types of math problems but are commonly used with word problems.

## How do you teach tape diagrams?

Video quote: *So you have maybe seven red apples. Five green apples. And two yellow apples okay and you're trying to figure out the whole so here are your three parts of the whole.*

## What is a tape diagram in math 2nd grade?

Tape diagrams are also called “bar models” and consist of **a simple bar drawing that students make and adjust to fit a word problem**. They then use the drawing to discuss and solve the problem. As students move through the grades, tape diagrams provide an essential bridge to algebra.

## What is a double tape diagram?

Video quote: *Double tape diagrams are used when we model two separate tapes rather than having the tape. Be one continuous length they are typically used when we're comparing. Within a problem so in this case.*

## What is a tape diagram in math 6th grade?

Tape diagrams are **visual models that use rectangles to represent the parts of a ratio**. Since they are a visual model, drawing them requires attention to detail in the setup.

## How do you do a tape diagram in word problems?

Video quote: *So a tape diagram is a representation of a ratio or a fraction. As equal sized parts so for instance I'm gonna represent this ratio of five dogs to four cats.*

## What is a tape model in math?

A tape diagram is **a rectangular visual model resembling a piece of tape, that is used to assist with the calculation of ratios and addition, subtraction, and commonly multiplication**. It is also known as a divided bar model, fraction strip, length model or strip diagram.

## How do you do a tape diagram in math?

Video quote: *We could write it out in a tape diagram like this typically the way that we would write it is having equal cell spaces like this like four equal cells.*

## What is a tape diagram arrays?

Video quote: *So an array where each column shows a bag of oranges. So let's see two in each bag. So 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 so each column in my array. Shows a bag of oranges.*

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