Comparing Numbers to 1,000

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Need a hands-on and engaging way to help your students learn to compare numbers!? These math tubs are a great way to help your students practice comparing numbers to 1,000. All activities in this unit are intended to work on the second grade Common Core Standard 2.NBT.A.4: Compare two three-digit numbers based on meanings of the hundreds, tens, and ones digits, using >, =, and < symbols to record the results of comparisons {although they can ABSOLUTELY be used for other grade levels and learners depending on your needs!}

In my classroom, I do Morning Math Tubs. Each tub has a different activity that kids come directly into the classroom to begin working on with their table team. Each activity is switched out daily, and I use this as my “Morning Work”.

All of the activities in this unit are great because they can be used in tubs, at individual or partner centers, whole group, in small groups- the possibilities are endless and it’s up to you to decide what will be best for your group of students.

This unit includes:

-Five math center activities (See below for detailed center descriptions, & make sure to download the preview too!)
-Each activity includes a student direction sheet, a recording sheet, and LOTS of activity cards.
-Teacher info
-A CLICKABLE Table of Contents to make your life easier
-Tub #s to print on the back of all activity cards to ensure they don’t get mixed up

Tub #1: Students place sets of four numbers in order from least to greatest. This tub focuses on comparing the hundreds place.

Tub #2: Students group number cards according to whether they are greater than, less than, or equal to 500. The number cards include number words, standard form, and base ten blocks.

Tub #3: Students create a number sentence using the words “greater than”, “less than”, and “equal to.” This tub gives students experience comparing numbers based on the hundreds, tens, AND ones place.

Tub #4: Students place 25 numbers in order from least to greatest, similar to a hundreds chart. Students compare hundreds, tens, and ones.

Tub #5: Students create a number sentence using the symbols >, <, and =. This tub gives students experience comparing numbers based on the hundreds, tens, AND ones place.

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