Who Has More/Fewer?
-Use these recording sheets when playing a game of comparison. You can differentiate for your students and use numbers 1-10 or 10-20 or even higher if you create your own deck of cards.
-Who has more? It can be used with your own deck of cards or even a handful of manipulatives. Put the cards or manipulatives in the rectangles. The players determine who has more/fewer and add a tally mark to the score card on the bottom.
-There are variations for 2 and 3 players as well as doubling up on the cards to add (i.e. turn over two cards, get the sum and determine who has more.)
-There are also templates for Who Has Fewer.
-I found this useful to have the students be accountable for their work rather than just flipping over the cards continuously. They now have to place the cards or manipulatives in the rectangles, determine who has more/fewer and practice making lines or tally marks. There doesn’t have to be a winner-more just a practice of using tally marks.
I hope you find this useful. Thanks for shopping.