Comparing Numbers

Oct 18, 2018

Activities for ages 4 to 6.

Working on comparing numbers?! This mega pack of motivating, hands-on activities is a must-try.

All eight games include easy ways to differentiate so you can quickly stretch students who are ready for a challenge or provide support for kids who need extra practice.

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The eight comparing numbers games are perfect for preschool or kindergarten!

To start, students will use unifix cubes or LEGOS to build and compare number towers.

Then they’ll count the buttons in each jar and clip the one holding the most with a clothespin.

(I love clip cards, don’t you?!)

Children will compare two sets of counting bears to find the biggest number.

And when they’re ready, they’ll start tackling comparison symbols with a set of handy alligators. 

(You can easily stretch the activities for students who are ready for a challenge by swapping out the alligators for symbols and having kids write the number sentences on their sheets.)

All eight kid-approved games make it fun to learn how to compare numbers!

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