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Tuesday, June 28, 2016

Greater Than Less Than Activities for Kids

There are many fun activities for your students to practice comparing numbers.  There are videos, songs, fun games, scavenger hunts, SCOOT and more.  Here are a few ideas to get you started.


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Comparing Numbers - Beware Alligators Video

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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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Greater Than, Less Than - "Let it Go" parody

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Here are 6 free printable 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. Task cards are a great alternative to worksheets!

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In this place value packet, your students will create three puzzles to learn math vocabulary. Concepts include greater than, less than, and equal to. Students may create an envelope allowing them to practice the vocabulary concepts over and over. Otherwise, students may simply glue the comparing numbers puzzles to their interactive math notebooks. A sample answer key is also included.

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This place value game is a great way to recycle some egg cartons. Your students will love this game! This game works well for place values up to hundred thousand; however, you could tape over some of the slot to modify for lower grade levels.

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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 numbers book for kids


Basic math skills for early learners! Pebbles hallmark close photo text match makes beginning math concepts clear. Equations and labels are also shown when appropriate.

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 greater than less than comparing numbers bulletin board set


Based on Math Standards Use the detailed illustrations and labels in this set to teach the comparison and ordering of whole numbers, develop and reinforce skills in learning centers, and enhance vocabulary development. The versatility of this hands-on mini bulletin board set is great for use in small group instruction, to create file folder games, or for use with a document camera! Perfect for ESL/ELL. Set has 45 pieces.


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 greater than less than puppet


Bring the swamp indoors with Gary Gator! This hand puppet is always ready for fun and adventure.

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