Greater Than, Less Than, or Equal To Sara Cooney
• Content Area – Mathematics• Grade Level – 3• Summary – The purpose of this instructional power point is to demonstrate how to discern from the greater then, less than, and equal to signs.• Learning Objective – Given the symbols the student will be able to place the three symbols with a 100% accuracy.• Content Standard – Number and operations• Accomplishment – Compare and order numbers up to 10,000 using the words less than, greater than, and equal to, and the symbols <, >, =.• Sources -http://almostunschoolers.blogspot.com/2011/03/shark-math- greater-than-less-than.html , http://www.glogster.com/9voltl/nglog/g- 6mjtt04krjt8163ppddhja0 , http://www.womenssavingclub.com/2011/01/know- financial-health-check/ , http://teachingprintables.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&products_id= 596
Greater Than, Less Than, or Equal To! Answers!• 7 is equal to 7• 9 is less than 12• 10 is greater than 6• 4 plus 5 is less than 11• 10 minus 2 is greater than 7• 9 plus 9 is equal to 18
Have some fun! http://www.abcya.com/comparing_nu mber_values_jr.htm http://www.toonuniversity.com/flash.a sp?err=509&engine=9 http://www.crickweb.co.uk/ks2numer acy-calculation.html
Remember…• Greater Than: the sharks mouth is facing the number (or sum) that is largest.• Less Than: the sharks mouth is facing away from the number (or sum) that is smallest.• Equal To: numbers (or sums) on each side have the same value.