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Compare Two-Digit Numbers




 

Videos and songs to help Grade 1 kids learn how to compare two two-digit numbers based on meanings of the tens and ones digits, recording the results of comparisons with the symbols > (greater than) , = (equal), and < (less than).

Common Core: 1.NBT.3

Suggested Learning Targets:

  • I can determine when a two-digit number is greater than, less than, or equal to another two-digit number.
  • I can explain why a two-digit number is greater than, less than, or equal to another two-digit number.
  • I can record the comparison using the symbols >, <, and =.
  • I know how to use the value of tens and ones to compare two numbers.
  • I know use base ten manipulatives to represent the numbers and compare their values
  • I know how to compare two two- digit numbers using pictures, numbers, and words
  • I know how to compare the quantity of the numbers with models
  • I know how to compare the placement of the numbers on the number line or 100s chart

Related Topics:
More Lessons for Grade 1

Common Core for Grade 1

First grade - comparing two digit numbers
This video explains how to compare two two-digit numbers. 1.NBT.3 in the Common Core.


Comparing Two 2-Digit Numbers
36 and 64, 25 and 48.





Comparing Numbers Using a Place Value Chart
28 and 30, 34 and 37.


Greater Than, Less Than or Equal To
How to remember which symbol to use?



 

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