Greater Than, Less Than or Equal?
In this equality/inequality learning exercise, students fill in either the greater than, less than or equal symbol for 10 sets of paired numbers. Some pairs have numbers written in expanded notation form.
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Understanding where to place a fraction on a number line is key to understanding fractions as numbers. This activity focuses on locating fractions less than one. Learners need to partition the line into the correct number of equal sized...
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Math studs discover patterns of adding and subtracting 10 from numbers in the hundreds chart. Examining the chart, they determine which numbers are 10 less than or 10 more than x, becoming familiar with other math-specific vocabulary...
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Pre-K - 2nd Math