## 1.NBT.B.3

## Compare two two-digit numbers based on meanings of the tens and ones digits, recording the results of comparisons with the symbols >, =, and <.

24 Lesson(s)

#### Prove you're right! That will be what you say to students, when they tell you that they have found all of the combinations for today's story problem.

#### Students apply what they learned about the inequality symbols and explore the meaning of the equal sign all while playing a fun, interactive game!

#### Students work to solve multiple 3 part number sentences and determine if they are equal or not! Students practice using less than, equal to and greater than language!

#### First graders have so much vocabulary to learn in every subject area. When comparing numbers students should learn; more, fewer, greater than, less than, least, greatest, between, before and after.

#### Why is 4 less than 6? Why is 8 more than 5? Why, Why, Why! Today the students will explore the concept of the value of numbers and how to order them by their value.

#### Students play Top It! with a partner and practice place value and learn the terms "greater" and "less".

#### Next week marks the start of our Skiing and Snowboarding program at the Waitsfield School. Today the students will find out what each classmate would prefer to do.

#### We need our little ones to understand how to use a number line to order numbers by placing them in order from least to greatest.

#### Students prepare to use the >, < and = symbols in this lesson focused on inequality language!

#### Students use connecting cubes in a game to create a visual representation of combination to 10. The lesson ends with the students solving story problems with relational ship thinking.

#### Assessments at this age are necessary for our little ones to learn to attend to precision and for us to determine what needs to be reviewed or retaught.

#### Take the comparison gator symbols to a whole new level in this lesson! Students apply their understanding of the inequality symbols to distinguish between statements that are true and false.

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