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This is another great game to use during a lesson. This could be used to first identifiy the less than and greater than signs and what they mean. This would also help for students to recognize numbers.

This is another great game to use during a lesson. This could be used to first identifiy the less than and greater than signs and what they mean. This would also help for students to recognize numbers.

Use this freebie in your class to help your students with comparing numbers using the greater than, less than and equal to sign!

Use this freebie in your class to help your students with comparing numbers using the greater than, less than and equal to sign!

3rd Grade Teacher's Website - great links, classroom ideas, and links to other great teachers' websites of grades pre-k to 5

3rd Grade Teacher's Website - great links, classroom ideas, and links to other great teachers' websites of grades pre-k to 5

This is a board I made while teaching fractions to my 4th graders. They loved finding equivalent fractions by "drawing" a line down from the end of a bar and seeing where it intercepts (e.g., 1/2 intercepts with 2/4, 3/6, etc. so they're equivalent). Pretty easy to make - just construction paper glued together.

This is a board I made while teaching fractions to my 4th graders. They loved finding equivalent fractions by "drawing" a line down from the end of a bar and seeing where it intercepts (e.g., 1/2 intercepts with 2/4, 3/6, etc. so they're equivalent). Pretty easy to make - just construction paper glued together.

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