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This unit is a basic introduction to Equality and Inequality, focusing on Virginia 2nd grade Math Standard of Learning (SOL) 2.22, which states, "The student will demonstrate an understanding of equality by recognizing that the symbol = in an equation indicates equivalent quantities and the symbol (

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This unit is a basic introduction to Equality and Inequality, focusing on Virginia 2nd grade Math Standard of Learning (SOL) 2.22, which states, "The student will demonstrate an understanding of equality by recognizing that the symbol = in an equation indicates equivalent quantities and the symbol (

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Equality and Inequality Sort
INCREASED RIGOR
Multiple Answers
Helps Students with New Technology Enhanced Testing Questions
Differentiation
Begin with the worksheets that….
• compare only numbers
Students that are ready can move to worksheets that…..
• compare equations
• Fill in the blanks etc

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Equality: Identify Equalities and Inequalities - Practice Sheets - King Virtue's Classroom
These sheets are great for practice and assessing students' ability to understand and recognize equality (equivalent or not equivalent). You can use one as a pre-test and the second as a post test.
This set

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Let your students have fun practicing Equalities and Inequalities by playing a fun dog themed game and completing a dog bone craftivity.
This resource includes:
Game Instructions
Students Show You the Answer Card
10 Equality and Inequality Problems
Craftivity Instructions
Enjoy!
Everything you nee

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Following a lesson on using different strategies to solve for equalities, my 2nd graders solved and sorted a set of number expressions. I differentiated this lesson by giving some students a more basic set of number expressions and giving some students a double digit addition mixed with subtraction

A game where students practice recognizing problems that are true (equal) and others that are false (an inequality).
Directions on how to play:
*Print/copy on cardstock and laminate for durability.
*Students mix up the problem cards (with yellow bird) and place them face down in a pile. Stack the

Students can practice their basic facts and 2-digit addition facts with this practice worksheet on equalities. They color the true statements BLUE and false statements GREEN. A fun way for the kids to explore equalities and inequalities and practice their math facts at the same time.

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I created this sort for the students to do for a math center during math groups and math centers. Students are to sort the math cards into the category of Equality or Inequality. Then, they record the math equations on their recording sheet. For the Inequalities, they should use the not equal si

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Use this Equalities and Inequalities exit ticket to assess student's understanding of balancing number sentences or equalities (I have seen it called different things!).
VA SOL 2.22
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Use this graphic organizer to introduce comparisons of equality and inequality to your students. Each page has a practice section for students to apply what they have learned.
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This lesson goes through the very beginnings of learning about algebra. Students will start by learning the meaning of the equals sign. They will then go on to explore making both sides of an equation equal. There are some questions at this point, I recommend answering them together as a class.

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Use these notes to teach students how to use mas que, menos que, tan como, and tanto como. This handout was created for Avancemos 1 U3L2, but could be used with any textbook.

For the intermediate or advanced level, comparisons (comparativos) of equality or inequality in a minimally animated PowerPoint presentation. Bright color coding of structure parts help your students recognize and begin to work with the all five types of comparison structures. Includes four slides-

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This quiz assess the students understanding of comparisons of equality and inequality. It also will show their command of the use of superlatives and absolute superlatives. A quick handout or quiz.

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A Powerpoint Presentation to explain Equality and Inequality Symbols.
This powerpoint has a title and end slide, as well as the number of slides stated above.
You may prefer to purchase this product as part of one of the following two Bundles, which are both available from my shop on this site and

Play a fun and active game of Scoot to practice comparing numbers with greater than, less than, and equals signs! This set includes
* 31 Scoot cards
* 6 Take a Break cards (in case you have more than 31 first
graders – wow!!!)
* Scoot directions
* Student response form
* Answer key

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This lesson consists of providing you with a Self-Tutorial on the basics of equalities and inequalities. I go over how to write results in interval notation, inequality notation, and set (set-builder) notation. I also explain in the printed notes how to use your graphing calculator to help you make

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Quick review sheet covering equivalent expressions (and balanced equations / number sentences using equal and not equal symbols)

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This 6 question quiz tests students' knowledge of balancing equations with missing numbers and number sentences. The equal and unequal sign are used. This product matches the VA standard 2.22. Thank you!

This is a 21 Page Notebook software presentation on equalities and inequalities. It demonstrates the difference between expressions & equations as well as how to work with inequalities and equalities. There are many slides showing examples of the process of how to solve the problems as well as

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A simple way for students to practice equality and inequality with equations.

Here's a fun and effective way to build math skills and vocabulary. As a bonus, your students will also grow in their ability to distinguish and use key details, make inferences, and draw conclusions.
This set of 120 riddle cards for grades one and two is great for spiraled review all year when you

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Also included in: First and Second Grade Math Bundle 240 Riddle Task Cards for the 120 Chart

Math Word Wall Grades K-6 Bundle: Help your math students remember these essential math vocabulary terms with this visual math word wall, while brightening up your classroom at the same time!
This bundle includes EVERY SINGLE TERM from my Kindergarten, First, Second, Third, Fourth, Fifth and Sixt

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