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### Greater than or Less than Worksheets

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Teaching greater than and less than to first-grade students involves introducing these concepts in a concrete and visual manner.

- Visual Representation:

Use visual aids such as drawings, manipulatives, or images to represent quantities. For example, draw two groups of objects on the board.
- Comparative Language:

Use simple comparative language to describe the relationships between numbers. For example:

“17 is greater than 13."

“28 is less than 32."

- Introduction to Symbols:

Begin by introducing the symbols for greater than (>), less than (<), and equal to (=). Explain that these symbols are used to compare numbers.

- Worksheets with Pictures:

Provide worksheets with pictures or drawings where students can circle the correct symbol (> or <) to compare quantities.

Teaching greater than and less than to first-grade students should involve hands-on, visual, and interactive approaches. Using relatable examples and scenarios helps make these concepts more accessible to young learners.

This set of worksheets will require the student to select the picture or number that is greater or less.

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### More Greater than or Less than Worksheets

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Greater or Less Worksheet #1

Greater or Less Worksheet #2

Greater or Less Lesson

Learning the > and < symbols (eg. >, <. =)

Compare Numbers up to 30 (eg. 25 > 17)

Compare Numbers up to 100 (eg. 25 > 17)

Compare Numbers (3-digit) (eg. 534 > 524)

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