Introduce the comparison symbols greater than, less than, equal to, and not equal to with this simple and cute My Comparison Symbols chart. Download this free printable to have on hand for working with comparison symbols this year!
5 Day Hopscotch: 5 Essential Printables For 1st Grade Math
Day 4: My Comparison Symbols Chart
The fourth printable in my 5 Essential Printables For 1st Grade Math is the My Comparison Symbols Chart and cards.
This is a simple printable reference chart that kids can color when you first introduce greater than, less than, equal to and not equal to. Then, they can keep it in a binder or have up on the wall somewhere to reference as they work with comparison symbols.
Our math curriculum introduces these symbols in 1st grade, so I figured I’d include it in my 1st grade pack. We probably won’t need it for very long, but I think it will come in handy when we introduce the symbols.
I also included some cards to use with manipulative work to help kids figure out how to say the sentences.
Make it fun by working with creative items like these:
- googly eyes
- play jewels
- small toys
I hope you have fun using this free printable!
This printable is part of a hopscotch series of 5 Essential Printables for 1st Grade Math. Be sure to check out the other days to download all the essential 1st grade math printables I made!
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Live on 8/11/17
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Another great resource! These comparison symbols actually will save paper, especially with all the game ideas you included.
Thank-you so much!