Who has more candy? Learners start by examining a word problem and its visual illustration to determine how Joel's candy numbers compare to Toby's. They fill in the appropriate symbol. Next, mathematicians compare fractions and two shapes. Note that the last problem should be clarified, as some scholars may assume they are measuring area, while others may count the boxes within each shape. The large text and visuals make this ideal to project as an all-class warm up.

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