More Than or Less Than?

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How many apples is less than five? Each of these problems has two images, one with quantifiable details and one without (i.e. a tree with apples and an empty tree). Answers will vary as young counters draw objects onto the second image to satisfy a comparative statement applying the terms "more than" and "less than." For example, if the first tree has three apples, the statement might read "3 is more than ___." Scholars draw in an appropriate number of objects and write the numeral into the sentence. The first three are "more than" problems and the last three are "less than" problems. Each section has one example for reference.

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