'Centers by Standard' was designed to give your students extra targeted practice with comparing 2-digit numbers. Model how to complete each center with your students, and then allow them to complete independently, in small groups, or in a guided setting with you!
Included in this resource:
Three centers that will give your students extra practice with CCSS 1.NBT.2.
Students will pick 2 number cards and put them on their mat. Then they will decide which symbol makes the statement true and record the statement on their answer sheet. Alligator symbols and regular symbols both included – choose what you’d like to use! Number cards include numbers 1-120. Use some or all of the numbers for differentiation!
Students will identify 24 different statements as TRUE or FALSE by sorting them into 2 piles. Answer keys are provided for students to check their work.
Students are given 24 task cards and an answer sheet. Students will need to write a number that would make a statement true, write the correct symbol for a comparison statement, name a number greater than a given number and name a number less than a given number. Answer key provided.
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