Want to have students compare and order numbers with a real world application? Then, here are two sheets for you! Students can cut out these tall buildings and order them from least to greatest (or vice versa). Students can also find the difference between the tallest and shortest buildings as an extension exercise.
One sheet includes the ten tallest buildings in the United States; the other sheet includes the ten tallest buildings in the world. The buildings include the heights in feet on them, and are also staggered in size for the students to visually compare.
These sheets can also be printed on card stock, laminated and used as a center activity or small groups with students that need the added practice comparing numbers in place value. Can be sorted by > or < 1,000, 1,500, etc.
These two sheets are part of a skyscraper mini-unit Skyscraper Detectives
that uses close-reading of informational text. I've listed them separately for FREE
as a preview to the larger unit.
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