Comparing Numbers Task Cards TEKS 2.2D

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Comparing and Ordering Numbers: 20 challenging word problem cards with AUDIO! Your student can scan the code to have the problem read to them!

Comparing and ordering numbers is tricky, but these 20 task cards can help! Use them orally in small groups, or individually as a practice station in Math Daily 3 or in Guided Math. Another option is to use one card at a time with the entire class. Students can answer and track the cards they have completed on the included recording sheet. An answer key is also included. In addition, there is a whole class games to play with the cards.

Use these 20 multiple choice task cards to practice comparing and ordering numbers in a graph, by number, categories and reasoning. Cards 17-20 are challenging! A student answer sheet for students to record their answers is included along with QR codes on each card audio. That’s right! The problems can be read to your students! These task cards work well at Guided Math centers, BUILD, Daily 3 Math stations, for partner work, or with the whole class games. Use them with PLICKERS to assess the class!

These cards will look best in color, but will also print out fine in black and white. Simply print and cut along the guidelines. Laminate and use them again and again. Alternatively, you could print black and white cards on cardstock. Keep them in a baggie or whole punch and put on a ring
20 Color and Black & White task cards with QR codes for audio!
1 whole class game
Student answer sheet
Student bubble sheet
Answer keys

*The audio file is stored in google drive. Please make sure your device has access!
Total Pages
30 pages
Answer Key
Teaching Duration
45 minutes
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to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
Compare two three-digit numbers based on meanings of the hundreds, tens, and ones digits, using >, =, and < symbols to record the results of comparisons.


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