More than, less than, equals to; Comparing Quantities, Capacity & Weight Bundle

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This more than, less than and equal to BUNDLE math teaching unit is a comprehensive pack (405 pages) that includes everything a teacher needs to teach, reinforce, and practice the concept of comparing quantities (more than-less than-equals to), comparing weight (heavier-lighter), and comparing capacity (holds more-holds less). This more than, less than, equal to bundle pack offers tools for hands on learning: posters, direct comparison mats, worksheets, and center activities to cater to different learning styles.


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CAPACITY: Holds more, holds less, holds the same

WEIGHT: weighs more, weighs less, weighs the same

QUANTITIES: More than, less than, equals to


TO GRAB THIS BUNDLE WITH 2D and 3D shapes and PATTERNS CLICK BELOW:

More than, less than, equals to; quantities, capacity and weight PLUS 2D & 3D shapes PLUS Patterns MATH BUNDLE

Here’s what’s included:

MORE THAN, LESS THAN, EQUALS TO (QUANTITIES) POSTERS, VISUALS, WORKMATS AND CENTER TOOLS

Lesson Objectives

• How to describe and directly compare objects by attributes (CCSS.K.MD.A.2)

• Problem Solving– Analyzing, reasoning and interpreting attributes

• Describing measurable attributes of objects (quantity) (CCSS.K.MD.A.1)

• Using tools to model and make direct comparisons to investigate and problem solve.

• Counting to say how many and draw comparisons with quantities (CCSS.K.CC.C.6, CCSS.K.CC.B.5)

INDIVIDUALLY POSTED CENTER MORE-LESS-EQUAL TO QUANTITIES ACTIVITIES

more than-less than-equals to, pin it strips and direct comparison work mats- birdie style

More than, less than, equals to-pin the correct symbols task cards and strips-sea life style.

MORE-LESS-EQUALS TO QUANTITIES-TEACHING POSTERS

• 4 X posters comparing quantities and teaching the more than, less than and equals to symbols

• 1 x quantity definition poster

• 1 x equals to comparison poster that teaches the sign of equals to

MORE-LESS-EQUALS TO QUANTITIES-DIRECT COMPARISON MATS

• 11 X Direct comparison work mats- full page size- designed to be used with the enclosed labels (more than, less than, equals to or same as)

• 5 x Compare the groups direct comparison mats that use ten frames- students count the objects in each frame and use the correct symbol in the middle to make it true

• 2x Compare the groups direct comparison mats that use BLANK ten frames- students identify the symbols and represent using objects

• 3x Compare the groups direct comparison mats that have the symbols in the middle with blank ten frames. Students identify the symbol and use objects in the frames to make it true

• 1x Completely blank work mat with blank ten frames and blank center so students can add the symbols and objects

• 5 x direct comparison mats designed to be used with the enclosed quantity cards and math symbols

• 12 x apple quantity cards counting from 1-12

• 12 x blueberries in a basket quantity cards counting from 1-12

• 12 x bananas in a bunch quantity cards counting from 1-12

• 12 x flower in a vase quantity cards counting from 1-12

• Small cards showing numbers 1-20 to compare numbers

• 3 x fish and bowls direct comparison mats (showing a fish with an open mouth and two bowls- use with objects to show more than, greater than and equals to using fish snacks or fish counters)

MORE-LESS-EQUALS TO QUANTITIES-INTERACTIVE POWER POINT

• Each slide shows two kids holding a jar with different number of beans. Students drag and drop the symbols to show which student is holding more than, less than or if the jars have an equal quantity.

MORE THAN, LESS THAN, EQUALS TO (QUANTITIES) WORKSHEETS

• Count the spots on the ladybug. Cut and paste the correct alligator mouths to show which ladybug has more dark spots

• Name the number on the hat each child is wearing. Color that many circles in the frame each child is holding. Cut and paste the alligator mouth to show which child shows more.

• I can compare the sets- Draw a line from each object in the first set to another object in the second set. Which has more?

• I can compare the sets- Draw a line from each object in the first set to another object in the second set. Which has less?

• 2x I understand the symbols that show more than, less than and equals to

• 3x I understand the symbols that show more than, less than and equals to (differentiated- larger coloring and only one set of groups to compare)

• 2x I can label to show more than or less than (cut and paste the labels)

• Name the number on the hat each child is wearing. Color that many circles in the frame each child is holding. Cut and paste the alligator mouth to show which child shows more (BLANK and LARGER so you can write your own numbers from 1 to 10)

• Work it out! Which fish bowl shows more? Name the number on the fish bowl. Draw, paste of stamp to show this amount. Cut the fish mouths and paste to show which bowl shows more.

• Compare the candy jars. Cut and paste the correct alligator mouths to show which jar shows more candy.

• Compare the candy jars. Cut and paste the correct alligator mouths to show which jar shows more candy (differentiated- larger jars and cutting)

• I can draw to show more than and less than- Make it true- draw or paste in the plates to show which plate shows more/less

• I can show the same amount- draw, paste or stamp in the plates to show that both plates are equal.

• I can draw the correct symbol to make it true- count and tally the flowers in each pot. Write the number that says how many. Write the correct symbol to show which is more or less.

• Work it out to show more or less (comparing numerals and using drawings and objects to work it out and represent using the correct math symbol)

• 3x Work it out to show more or less (comparing numerals and using drawings and objects to work it out and represent using the correct math symbol)- differentiated- larger and targets one comparison

• Draw, paste or dot objects into the jars to make them equal- write the symbol that says ‘equals to’ between the jars.

• Compare the groups- which set shows more objects? Circle the set that shows more

• Compare the groups- which set shows less kids? Count and record the number and color the group of kids that show less than the other.

• Explore and explain- draw to show more or less according to the labels

• Draw to show that the fish is eating more

• I can identify two groups out of 3 with the same quantity

• Compare the families- which family shows fewer members?

• Which gumball machine shows the least amount of gumballs?

• 2x Compare the groups- draw a line from objects in one group to objects in the other group to show which group has more

• Compare the groups- draw a line from objects in one group to objects in the other group to show which group has the least number of objects

• 2 x compare the groups- look at 4 sets of quantities and color the two sets that show the exact same quantity

• Compare the groups. Circle the correct math symbol < = or > to make it true.

• 2x draw of paste objects in the boxes to show that the shark is eating more.

• Draw of paste objects in the boxes to show that the fish is eating more

• Compare the groups- which group shows more fish in the bowl? Circle the correct math symbol to make it true

MORE THAN, LESS THAN, EQUALS TO (WEIGHT) POSTERS, VISUALS, WORKMATS AND CENTER TOOLS

Lesson Objectives-More than, less than or equals to? Understanding WEIGHT

• How to describe and directly compare objects by attributes (CCSS.K.MD.A.2)

• Problem Solving– Analyzing, reasoning and interpreting attributes

• Describing measurable attributes of objects (weight– visually and using objects to count) (CCSS.K.MD.A.1)

• Using tools to model and make direct comparisons to investigate and problem solve.

• Counting to say how many and draw comparisons with weight (7 strawberries will weigh more than 3 strawberries) (CCSS.K.CC.B.5)

MORE-LESS-EQUALS TO WEIGHT-TEACHING POSTERS

• 1 X SEE-SAW version poster- teaching definition of weight

• 1 X SEE-SAW version poster- teaching vocabulary of heavy and light

• 1 X SEE-SAW version poster- teaching vocabulary of heavier and lighter

• 1 X SEE-SAW version poster- teaching vocabulary of heavier than

• 1 X SEE-SAW version poster- teaching vocabulary of lighter than

MORE-LESS-EQUALS TO WEIGHT-DIRECT COMPARISON WORK MATS

• 6 x animal labelling see saw mats- which animal is heavier- use the labels to label heavier than or lighter than

• 2 x animal modelling see saw mats- use with the animals included to model and show which animal is heavier or lighter on a see saw and use the labels to label heavier than and lighter than

• 27 x animals of different sizes and weights- these are to be cut, laminated and used with the see saw mats to represent heavier than and lighter than

• 1 x SCALE version poster- teaching definition of heavier and lighter

• 3 x SCALE labelling mats- scales show specific quantities- students use the labels to label the scale baskets to show which is heavier and which is lighter

• 3 x SCALE mats that are BLANK and have a square to insert the quantity basket cards that come separately- student represent heavier than and lighter than using quantity scale basket cards

• 12 x scale balance basket quantity cards showing quantities to 12- carrots

• 12 x scale balance basket quantity cards showing quantities to 12- grapes

• 12 x scale balance basket quantity cards showing quantities to 12- blueberries

• 12 x scale balance basket quantity cards showing quantities to 12- apple

• 12 x scale balance basket quantity cards showing quantities to 12- strawberries

• 12 x scale balance basket quantity cards showing quantities to 12- jellybeans

• Label strips: heavier than, lighter than, same as, equals to

• 3 x SCALE-PLATE STYLE blank mats to be used with objects to draw direct comparisons.

MORE THAN, LESS THAN, EQUALS TO WORKSHEETS (WEIGHT)

• Is it light enough to lift? Color all the objects that are light enough to lift

• I can understand and show weight (balance scale version)- cut and paste fruits into the scale to make the scales true (art activity)

• I can understand and show weight (see saw version)- cut and paste animals on to the see saw to show which animal is heavier/lighter

• 2 x Which is the heaviest? Color the heaviest item in each group

• Lighter than- circle the item that is lighter than the item in the first box

• 2 x identifying and labeling on a balance scale (write lighter or heavier to show)

• 2 x Heavy or light? Identify, cut and paste to label

• 2 x Heavier or lighter? Identify, cut and paste to label

MORE THAN, LESS THAN, EQUALS TO (CAPACITY) POSTERS, VISUALS, WORK MATS AND CENTER TOOLS

Lesson Objectives-More than, less than or equals to? Understanding CAPACITY

• How to describe and directly compare objects by attributes (CCSS.K.MD.A.2)

• Problem Solving– Analyzing, reasoning and interpreting attributes

• Describing measurable attributes of objects (capacity– visually and using objects to assess) (CCSS.K.MD.A.1)

• Using tools to model and make direct comparisons to investigate and problem solve.

• Counting to say how many and draw comparisons with capacity (1 cup will hold 100 pom poms, 1/2 cup will hold 50 pom poms) (CCSS.K.CC.B.5, K.CC.C.6)

MORE-LESS-EQUALS TO: CAPACITY-TEACHING POSTERS

• 1 X reasoning poster- which jar can hold this many jellybeans

• 1 x capacity definition poster showing two jars with jellybeans and labelled with ‘holds more’ and ‘holds less’

• 1 x ‘holds less’ definition poster

• 1 x ‘holds more’ definition poster

• 1 x ‘holds the same as’ or ‘equals to’ definition poster

MORE-LESS-EQUALS: TO CAPACITY-DIRECT COMPARISON WORK MATS

• 7 X mats that show two different empty containers on the page (jars, baskets, plates, glasses, etc..)- students use objects to model which container holds more or less and then use the enclosed labels to label the containers with ‘holds more’ or ‘holds less’.

MORE THAN, LESS THAN, EQUALS TO WORKSHEETS (CAPACITY)

• In each set color the item that can hold the most number of items

• In each set color the item that can hold the least number of items

• Problem solve! Draw a line from the bunch of strawberries to the plate that will best fit the bunch without room to spare.

• Color the container in each set that can hold the greatest number or objects.

• Color the item that can hold the least number of objects in each set.

• Draw a container that can hold more than the container shown.

• Cut and paste the group of apples to fit into the correct basket.

THIS PACKAGE OFFERS ALL THE COLORED TOOLS IN A FULL COLOR BACKGROUND and DUPLICATES in a LOW COLOR LINE BORDER. REVISED JUNE 3, 2017 TO NOW INCLUDE OVER 80 PRINTABLES

I am very happy to work with everyone. If there are any concerns or comments regarding this pack, please contact me at marcellemariani@gmail.com and I will promptly respond.

Happy teaching,

Marcelle

Total Pages
405 pages
Answer Key
N/A
Teaching Duration
Lifelong tool
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Standards

to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
Classify objects into given categories; count the numbers of objects in each category and sort the categories by count.
Directly compare two objects with a measurable attribute in common, to see which object has “more of”/“less of” the attribute, and describe the difference. For example, directly compare the heights of two children and describe one child as taller/shorter.
Describe measurable attributes of objects, such as length or weight. Describe several measurable attributes of a single object.
Identify whether the number of objects in one group is greater than, less than, or equal to the number of objects in another group, e.g., by using matching and counting strategies.
Count to answer “how many?” questions about as many as 20 things arranged in a line, a rectangular array, or a circle, or as many as 10 things in a scattered configuration; given a number from 1-20, count out that many objects.

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