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Wednesday, August 26, 2015

How to Teach Greater Than Less Than Concepts in Math


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Let's begin by watching this humorous video by Teaching Tipster.


Now, you could have your students make paper plate alligators; however, I decided to draw one for you to use.  You could easily attach the paper plate or my hand drawn alligator to a jumbo size craft stick to use it as a puppet!

 alligator clip art for greater than less than math



 wood craft sticks to make an alligator puppet





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 comparing 2 digit numbers task cards games


Here are 30 task cards for students to practice greater than, less than, or equal to. Ideas for games and activities in your centers or stations are included. A student response form and answer key are also provided.

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 comparing 3 digit numbers task cards activities games


Here are 30 greater than less than task cards to use as a review, test prep, or games in your math centers and stations. Students will love the chomping alligators. A student response form and answer key are also provided.

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 4th grade math comparing numbers


Here are 30 Common Core math task cards for 4th grade. Students will practice comparing two multi-digit numbers and answer greater than, less than, or equal. A student response form and answer key are also provided. These cards work well in math centers or stations as a review or for test prep. Game ideas are included.

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 free how to use task cards in your classroom games and activities


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