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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.
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."
By from , TX
Looking forward to use this when teaching this concept. It is a wonderful visual for 1st graders.
By TeachingFirst from , NJ
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.
By 2nd grader for life from , TX
I look forward to using this visual in my math classes.