Larger and Smaller Numbers with Bear

A teddy bear tops the page, for no other reason than to look cute. Ten pairs of boxes follow. For each of the first five, learners color the box with the smaller of the two numbers. For the final five, they color the larger. This is a pertinent practice in comparing two numbers, as is delineated in the Common Core initiative.

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