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 1. AAA Math: Comparing And Ordering Numbers. Click Image to Enlarge Practice comparing and ordering numbers. Includes quizzes for comparing and ordering numbers & comparing and ordering integers. SEE MORE 2. Compare Integers. Click Image to Enlarge Practice comparing numbers using the correct sign. SEE MORE 3. Compare Rational Numbers. Click Image to Enlarge Compare rational numbers and find the symbol that makes the inequality true. Unlock harder levels by getting 80% or higher. SEE MORE 4. Compare Rational Numbers. Click Image to Enlarge Which sign makes the statement true? SEE MORE 5. Comparing Decimal Numbers. Click Image to Enlarge Greater, Less Than, or the Same - Compare the decimals.  SEE MORE 6. Comparing Integers. Click Image to Enlarge Comparing integers with absolute values <, > or =.  SEE MORE 7. Comparing Number Values. Click Image to Enlarge Practice greater than, less than, and equal drills. Players can choose to practice comparing whole numbers, fractions, decimals or all of them combined!  SEE MORE 8. Comparing Numbers Hub Page. Click Image to Enlarge Here you will find online math help and support to help you compare different numbers, including decimals and fractions. There are also links to a range of different ordering and comparing number worksheets which will help your child to understand about comparing and ordering different numbers and quantities. SEE MORE 9. MooMoo Math & Science: Comparing Integers. Click Image to Enlarge A lesson on comparing integers using inequalities. Transcript of video lesson included at the bottom of the page. SEE MORE 10. Ordering Six Digit Numbers. Click Image to Enlarge Lesson and activity placing three or more numbers in order.  SEE MORE 11. Road Racer. Click Image to Enlarge Pick your racer and then speed off to find the correct symbol. Kids love cool car math games and Road Racer is a fun way to help reinforce number sense among elementary students. Keep it simple with whole numbers or challenge yourself by comparing decimals or even negative numbers. SEE MORE

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