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  • Carly Rohrbacker

    LOVE THIS poster for < and > ...from Teacher Bits and Bobs: Fun At the Zoo and More Mother's Day Madness!

  • Kaylon Hunt

    First grade math lesson

  • Deirdre

    Cute sign for the classroom to help them remember which way the "alligator" (greater than or less than) goes. Love it!

  • Libby Wawzenek

    comparing number anchor chart

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