These digital activities will give students a better understanding of comparing whether a number is greater than, less than, or equal, as well as ordering numbers. These Google Slides resources are 100% online and can be used on Google Classroom and Google Drive. This resource also includes an answer key and teacher editable versions.
This product includes:
♥ Drag-&-drop: match the sign with "greater than," "less than," Or "equal"
♥ Drag-&-drop: sort the numbers into less than 225, equal to 225, or more than 225
♥ Drag-&-drop: 3 Google Slides practicing comparing numbers
♥ Short answer: word problems asking about number comparisons (ex: does the first or second binder of stickers have less stickers?)
♥ Drag-&-drop: order the given numbers from least to greatest
♥ Drag-&-drop: 2 Google Slides identifying which orders of numbers are written correctly
♥ Drag-&-drop: read the table and identify if the statements are true or false
♥ Drag-&-drop: read the table then put the months in order according to sales
Teacher editable copies to create-your-own
♥ Drag-&-drop: compare numbers
♥ Drag-&-drop: put numbers in order
♥ Drag-&-drop: which number orders are correct from least to greatest
♥ Drag-&-drop: which number orders are correct from greatest to least
This products covers:
CCSS.MATH.CONTENT.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.
Virginia VA SOL 3.1c: The student will compare and order whole numbers, each 9,999 or less.
These Google Classroom products can work whether or not you have technology in the classroom. If you are in a 1:1 technology classroom, this product is perfect for you! It will also work great if you only have a few computers in your classroom. Students can use these products during literacy centers and rotate off computers. You can even use these whole-group if you have a SmartBoard or a projector!
How do I use this product?
You will be given the link to the Google Drive product. You can either email it to your students, or post on your Google Classroom! Check out my blog post to see how to upload it if you're unsure.
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