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Comparing Numbers

Comparing Numbers

In this movie, you’ll learn how to compare numbers, and how to use symbols like > (greater than), < (less than), and = (equal to) to compare one amount to another. You'll learn how to look at the place value of numbers in order to write an inequality. What number is greater than 53? What number is less than 53? What number is equal to 53?

## Fractions on a Number Line Lesson Ideas: The Pearl Diver Game

In these lesson ideas which are adaptable for grades 3-8, students play an online math game to practice identifying, comparing, and ordering fractions on a number line.

**This lesson plan is aligned to Common Core State Standards.**See more »## Number Jumble Math Game Lesson Plan: Multiples

In this lesson plan which is adaptable for grades 2-5, students will use BrainPOP Jr. and BrainPOP resources (including an online math game) to practice multiplying whole numbers and/or decimals. Students will identify patterns within a multiplication table and create their own multiplication tables with unique patterns.

**This lesson plan is aligned to Common Core State Standards.**See more »## Comparing Numbers Background Information for Teachers and Parents

This page contains information to support educators and families in teaching K-3 students about inequalities and comparing numbers. The information is designed to complement the BrainPOP Jr. movie Comparing Numbers. It explains the type of content covered in the movie, provides ideas for how teachers and parents can develop related understandings, and suggests how other BrainPOP Jr. resources can be used to scaffold and extend student learning. See more »

## Comparing Numbers Activities for Kids

In this set of activities adaptable for grades K-3, parents and educators will find ideas for teaching about inequalities and comparing numbers. These activities are designed to complement the BrainPOP Jr. Comparing Numbers topic page, which includes a movie, quizzes, online games, printable activities, and more. See more »