KindergartenSubject: Math
• K.A.2.1. Students are able to comparecollections of objects to determine more, less, and equal (greater than and less...
Does anyone what greater than, less than, or equal to means? • Turn to a partner and talk about what you a...
Is There MoreBlue or Green Marbles?
• Two groups containing the same number of objects• Having the same amount of money as your friend
Greater Than/ Less Than• There are signs that represent these words
Name the Symbol
Insert the Correct Symbol•7 9• 11 15•1 2•4 ...
More, Less, or Equal There are ____ candy bars than suckers.
• Billy has 6 crayons and Suzy has 4 crayons, who has more crayons?
Which group has the LEAST amount? Crayons or Pens?
• Bill has 2 quarters and 3 dimes. Bob has 6 dimes and 4 nickels. How has the most money?
Talk Time• Everyone turn to a partner and discuss two new things you learned today.
Summary• Greater than • Less than • Equal to
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Kindergarten

Published on: Mar 3, 2016
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  • 1. KindergartenSubject: Math
  • 2. • K.A.2.1. Students are able to comparecollections of objects to determine more, less, and equal (greater than and less than).
  • 3. Does anyone what greater than, less than, or equal to means? • Turn to a partner and talk about what you already know. • After 3 minutes, I will ask each group what they came up with.
  • 4. Is There MoreBlue or Green Marbles?
  • 5. • Two groups containing the same number of objects• Having the same amount of money as your friend
  • 6. Greater Than/ Less Than• There are signs that represent these words
  • 7. Name the Symbol
  • 8. Insert the Correct Symbol•7 9• 11 15•1 2•4 7
  • 9. More, Less, or Equal There are ____ candy bars than suckers.
  • 10. • Billy has 6 crayons and Suzy has 4 crayons, who has more crayons?
  • 11. Which group has the LEAST amount? Crayons or Pens?
  • 12. • Bill has 2 quarters and 3 dimes. Bob has 6 dimes and 4 nickels. How has the most money?
  • 13. Talk Time• Everyone turn to a partner and discuss two new things you learned today.
  • 14. Summary• Greater than • Less than • Equal to

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