MATH

9 Greater Than or Less Than Resources

It’s time for a greater than less than round up of teacher materials to use for teaching math. Greater than or less than is a Common Core standard skill needed in first and second grade. Here are 9 worksheets, projects and greater than or less than activities to help you bulk up your lesson plans.Have you seen? The Teach Junkie math section is growing in numbers of pictured tutorials and collections with free classroom activities so you can always search there if you’’re looking for something different. {wink} What’s your creative way to practice math? Share with us fellow teach junkies!Greater Than or Less Than Projects1. Monster Sticks – Use popsicle sticks to make googly-eyed monsters to help personify the symbols neeeded for comparing numbers. Students can make their own for use at centers.2. Greater Grinch – Move the Grinch’s arms to show which is greater.3. Power Tower – Students stack cups after solving equations on the bottom with printable labels. For third through fifth grade.4. More or Less Flowers – Create a simple display using a section of the 100’s chart to show one more, one less, ten more and ten less.Greater Than Less Than Worksheets5. Greater Than Less Than or Equal – A simple circle to fill in the number comparison to show greater, less than or equal to.6. Alligator Chant and Recording Sheets – A fun chant and printable to reinforce the direction of the symbols.Resources to Teach Greater Than Less Than7. Roll the Dice – Roll the dice to create unique comparison number sentences. Works with numbers 1-6, but you could use multiple dice to create two digit numbers.8. Greater Than Lego – Reinforce teaching the foundations of comparing numbers using lego building blocks.9. Greater Than Less Than Comparison Video – A 3.5 minute video with a way catchy tune and phrase, “My skinny rear points to which one happens to be less” that will have all students chanting along.There you have it! Greater than or less than activities to help you bulk up your lesson plans. Thanks talented teachers – your printables and lesson plans are great! Feel free to share your “I’m a Featured Teach Junkie” badge on your blog, facebook or instagram. You earned it! {{high fives}}Share your math lesson here on Teach Junkie. We love hearing from teachers, teacher-bloggers and from you! Join the Teach Junkie Community and be a part of this collaborative blog.P.S.  Don’’t forget to check out the Teach Junkie Facebook page.  It’s a great place to ask questions on how to make things or for specific lesson ideas/collections that you are looking for. I’ll be happy to find them for you.Have you seen?

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