Understand and Use Symbols
Understand and use the symbols =, < and > to signify order and comparison 0306.2.2
Links verified on 10/4/2011
- Alligator Lunch - learn greater than and less than symbols
- Compare - customize the range of numbers - from FreeMathTest
- Worksheets to print are also available supporting instruction of this topic
- Compare and Order Numbers - explanation and examples
- Compare and Order Worksheets - links to several worksheets [you must wait 10 seconds for redirect]
- Compare Numbers - choose the Compare Numbers game and then choose the orange button for numbers to 10,000
- Comparing Amounts - more, less or the same
- Comparing and Ordering Integers - using a number line to explain
- Comparing Numbers - animated explanation from Harcourt
- Comparing Two Numbers - comparing 4 to 6 digit numbers.
- Comparing Whole Numbers - a worksheet to print
- Genius Boxing - box some of history's great math minds such as Einstein, Copernicus, Galileo, Bill Gates and more for universal math supremacy
- Greater or Smaller - Compare two numbers.
- Number Symbols - comparing numbers game
- comparing one digit numbers | comparing two digit numbers | comparing three digit numbers | comparing four digit numbers
- One False Move - ( FunBrain ) Start with the lowest number and work your way up . If you don't know where to start, try using the map.
- One False Move - ( FunBrain ) Start with the highest number and work your way down . If you don't know where to start, try using the map.
- Ordering Three-digit Numbers - arrange numbers from least to greatest by clicking and dragging the numbers
- Organizing and Comparing Data - worksheet to print; sorting data from a chart and calculating the difference between highest and lowest numbers
- Place Numbers in Order - choose level and then ascending or descending order
- Using Comparison Symbols - simple number sentences are used, select <, >, or =
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