These first grade math rings are for comparing two digit numbers. There are activities for drawing, using number bonds, addition sentences, greater than and less than, and more or less concepts to explore 2 digit numbers.
Set 1: Students are given a number and must draw the number, make it into a number sentence (ex: 33 = 30+3) and create a number bond based on the number sentence.
Set 2: Students are given a number and they must draw their number and then write the tens and ones for that number.
Set 3: Students must record if the first number is greater than or less than the second number by using the greater than or less than symbol.
Set 4: Students will look at two base ten block number representations and will determine if the first set is more or less than the second set.
Set 5: Students will look at two different representations of a number (one side will be standard form and the other side will be either base 10 blocks or tens and ones representations) and students must compare and determine which is greater than or less than the first number.
Set 6: Students will look at different number representations and determine if the first number is greater than or less than the second number. This set is slightly more difficult than set 5.
Recording sheets are available to record your answers or you can laminate the math ring cards and record your answers directly on the cards.
This product is included in the following bundle:
First Grade Math Ring Bundle
Please check out these other First Grade Math Rings:
Math Rings: Addition by Making 10
Math Rings: Number Bonds for Sums up to 10
Math Rings: One More One Less
Math Rings: Measurements