Use place value concepts to help students compare 2-digit and 3-digit numbers. The robots make the lesson fun and engaging, and help provide a simple visual to make the meanings of the symbol clear and easy to understand.
Here's what you'll get:
*9 posters, one set for each symbol, including: a very concrete idea of comparing a large robot to a small tool, comparing ones to tens, and comparing tens to hundreds.
*3 Single pages of comparing 2 two-digit numbers, focusing on only one symbol at a time. In color and black&white
*3 Single pages of comparing 2 three-digit numbers, focusing on only one symbol at a time. In color and black&white
* 3 cut-n-glue pages of comparing several two-digit number to one number. Numbers are in standard, expanded, and written form.
*3 Cut-n-glue pages of comparing several three-digit numbers to one number. Numbers are in standard, expanded, and written form.
*Slap It! Game. 45 card deck of fun robot cards allows this game to be played by 2, 3, or more students.
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