Compare numbers of objects. Determine whether the number of objects in one group is more or less than the number of objects in another group.
Before a student can begin to compare groups of numbers, he or she needs to understand the concept of more/less. One of the most effective ways to do this is for the student to actually "see" the concept. Boil more/less down into a visual, throw in some candy and a recording organizer, and you have "More or Less: Candy Count."
Differentiate your lessons with these counting/comparing activities. Note: The activities in this file are designed to be used during a differentiation lesson: same material, varying levels of difficulty.
More or Less: Animal Groups
Measurement: Sort by Weight
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