Which one has the most? Each row has three sets of identical objects, and scholars compare the sets to determine which has the most or the least (they find the most for the first four and the least for the last four). One example is completed for them in each set, and no numbers exceed 10. When assessing, you might notice some learners counting individually while others can simply determine with a glance. You might have them use counters or even write the value of each set as a differentiation technique.

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