# Frozen Squeeze: A Comparing Numbers Game with Frozen Characters

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This is a fun and engaging way for your kiddos to practice comparing numbers by thinking about and guessing numbers that are greater than, or less than other numbers. This set includes 3 - (0 to 10) mats, 3 - (0 to 20) mats, & Elsa, Anna, & Olaf Characters.

This game is played in pairs with one mat and two Frozen characters. Place the characters on each side of the number line. One student will think of a number between 0-10 or 1-20, depending on which mat you choose to use. The other student will guess the secret number. If the secret number is 3, and the student guesses 6, the student who thought of the number will move the character on the right on top of the number 6 to make sure the secret number is between the two characters. He or she will say “my number is less than 6..” If the guesser guesses 1, the student who thought of the secret number will move the character from the left to cover the 1 and say, “my number is greater than 1”, and so on, until the number is guessed. They will take turns being the guesser and the person who thinks of the secret number.

For more Frozen themed, or Kings, Queens, Princesses, or Princes (royalty) themed games, activities, emergent readers, and printables, just click on the links below:

Frozen Bump: A Counting, Adding, Subitizing Game
Emergent Reader: The Princess Lost Her Pet
If I Was a King, Queen, Prince, or Princess, Writing Paper Freebie
Measuring Royalty
Musical Thrones: A Rhyming Game
Princess Bump
Sight Word Go Fish or Memory Card Game (Princess Themed)
10 Frame Top it (Princess Themed)

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