MULTIPLICATION FACTS GREATER THAN LESS THAN PLUS DIVISION FACTS GREATER THAN LESS THAN
- - - - MULTIPLICATION FACTS GREATER THAN LESS THAN:
Do your students know what the symbols "< and >" stand for? Can they use them correctly?
These 2 worksheets on multiplication facts not only have the students practicing their math facts, but also reinforce/teach "greater than and less than" at the same time. Here are two examples:
example #1 - 5 x 6 > 32 true or false
example #2 - 7 x 4 < 9 x 3 true or false
Students are given small equations like you see above and must solve accordingly.
Not only must they know their facts, but they practice knowing what "< and >" mean too. Two great skills in one!
Side 2 is harder than side 1.
They will make your students "think" instead of just doing "drill work".
- - - - DIVISION FACTS GREATER THAN LESS THAN:
Division facts using Greater Than > and Less Than < at the same time!
Students are given small equations. They must FIRST solve the division facts in the equations and THEN write in < or > to make each statement true. A great double-step activity!
* 84 division facts, 42 equations to solve in all!! THREE full pages of great work.
NOT JUST DRILL WORK, BUT "THINKING" WORK.
Your download of 4 pages includes answers.
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