This purchase of the Alligator Less, than Greater than Fun allows students to compare numbers to 100. The idea is for students to use the alligator for remembering which way the symbol is suppose to go in order to state the comparison correctly.
This Comparing Two Numbers packet is a resource for helping students to understand how base ten/place value helps them to recognize whether a number is greater or less than another number. It also provides practice for having students explain their thought process.
Beginning Math Workbooks for Numbers, Addition & Subtraction
This Build the Greatest Expanded Form Number activity is a fun and easy to play card game. It is a good resource for helping students understand place value. While the focus of the game is to build 3 digit numbers, it can be modified for other types of numbers.
These Letters and Numbers Assessment Pages are a useful tool for helping to determine what students know. In preschool and kinder the assessment of letters, letter sounds, and students number knowledge is key to directing your daily instruction. In first grade, students should already have a good foundation in these skills, but if not then it is important to find out exactly what the student does know.