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# Common Core State Standard 1.NBT.3 Comparing Numbers

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This is a 28 page interactive flipchart created for instruction and assessment of 1.NBT.3: Compare two two-digit numbers based on meanings of the tens and ones digits, recording the results of comparisons with the symbols >, <, and =.

Three pages have 4 problems each (for a total of 12 problems) where the student drags the largest number into the box. These are all set to be containers so that only the correct answer will stay. If the student drags the incorrect answer to the box, it will bounce out. Six slides prompt students to place numbers in order from greatest to least or least to greatest. Once complete, the students use the magic revealer to check their answers. Two slides are a “magic tunnel” where students drag the list of numbers through the tunnel and they come out on the other side in order from greatest to least or least to greatest. Three slides have 6 problems each (for a total of 18 problems) where the student drags the correct symbol (>, <, or =) in the box. Once again these are set to be containers so that only the correct answer will stay.
Next is an interactive page that can be used multiple times. There are 4 decks of cards set up to be 2 digit numbers compared to 2 digit numbers. You can click on any of the 4 decks to change the numbers and then drag the correct symbol <,>, or = into the box.

Following the instructional pages are 10 pages that are set to be used with the ActivExpressions or Votes. Even if you do not have learner response devices, you could still use these pages with white boards, response cards, or any other teaching strategy. These ten pages consist of questions asking the student to identify the largest number, the smallest number, correctly identify which groups of numbers are in order from least to greatest and greatest to least, and place the correct symbol >, <, or = in the number sentence. The last side provides directions on how to export the assessment results to excel.
Total Pages
29
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Teaching Duration
1 hour

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