Greater and Less Than Alligators Banner

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Introduce Greater Than, Equal To, And Less Than Symbols With This Appealing Alligator Banner

A great reinforcement to help you teach the visual concept that the alligator always eats the bigger number. Children will remember these symbols when they can refer to this fun banner in class.

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Identify whether the number of objects in one group is greater than, less than, or equal to the number of objects in another group.
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  • 39" by 12", laminated
  • Really Good Stuff® Activity Guide
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5 Star
5.0 (based on 8 reviews)

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Reviewed by 8 Customers
5 Stars

Comparison Alligator

I not only like the size of the poster, but I like that I am able to add dark points on each vertex to help the students understand "One dot is less than two"- less than symbol and "Two dots are greater than one- greater than symbol."
8/22/2015
By from , TX
5 Stars

Great poster

Looking forward to use this when teaching this concept. It is a wonderful visual for 1st graders.
7/29/2015
By TeachingFirst from , NJ
5 Stars

I use it as an anchor chart

Each day I have students vote on a question by placing magnets on a chart. Then they are to write a greater than and less than statement. It can then be followed up by a numerical comparative equation using the signs. It really helps them connect it to their own world.
9/6/2014
By 2nd grader for life from , TX
5 Stars

I look forward to using this visual in my math classes.
7/13/2014
By from , TN
4 Stars

Greater and Less Than Alligator Banner

A great way to review a difficult concept.
9/6/2011
By Wendy from Voorhees, NJ
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