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Comparing Quantities up to 10
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 How to compare amounts up to 10.
 How to tell if an amount is greater than, less than, or equal to another amount.
 How comparing amounts can help us know the amount of toys we have, who has more pets, and how many airplanes we each get to throw!

Discussion Questions

Before VideoCount from 1 to 5. ANSWER

One, two, three, four, five.

One, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine, ten.

Student should show a ten frame with the top row and the first three spots of the bottom row filled.
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Students should count 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and say there are 5 counters in all.
ANSWER
Students should count 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10 and say there are 10 counters in all.


After VideoModel a group of 5 and a group of 3. Ask which group has a greater number of objects.ANSWER

5 is greater than 3.
ANSWER
6 is less than 10.
ANSWER
Dane.

Six.

Two.



Vocabulary

Greater than
DEFINE
When comparing two numbers, if the value of one number is more than the other, we say it is greater than.

Less than
DEFINE
When comparing two numbers, if the value of one number is smaller than the other, it is less than.

Equal
DEFINE
When comparing two numbers, if the values are the same, we say they are equal.

Compare
DEFINE
When comparing two numbers, determine if one number is greater than, less than or equal to the other number.

Count
DEFINE
When you count objects, you are finding how many you have in all.

Numbers
DEFINE
Symbols used to represent how many.

Greater than
DEFINE

Reading Material
Download as PDF Download PDF View as Separate PageWHAT IS COMPARING?Comparing is when you find out which group has more things. You can compare by counting up the total amount in each group. The amount in the group can be greater than, less than or equal to the amount of things in another group.
To better understand comparing quantities up to 10…
WHAT IS COMPARING?. Comparing is when you find out which group has more things. You can compare by counting up the total amount in each group. The amount in the group can be greater than, less than or equal to the amount of things in another group. To better understand comparing quantities up to 10…LET’S BREAK IT DOWN!
Compare 2 kinds of toys.
Here we have 7 dinosaurs and 7 unicorns. You can show each amount using counters. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7. To compare these amounts, match dinosaurs and unicorns next to each other. Since these amounts are the same, we say they are equal.
Compare 2 kinds of toys. Here we have 7 dinosaurs and 7 unicorns. You can show each amount using counters. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7. To compare these amounts, match dinosaurs and unicorns next to each other. Since these amounts are the same, we say they are equal.Compare how many mice you and your friends have.
You have 4 mice and your friend Erika has 2 mice. How can you compare these amounts? You can match them up next to each other, or you can notice that 4 comes after 2. This means that 4 is greater than 2, so you have more mice.
Compare how many mice you and your friends have. You have 4 mice and your friend Erika has 2 mice. How can you compare these amounts? You can match them up next to each other, or you can notice that 4 comes after 2. This means that 4 is greater than 2, so you have more mice.Compare how many toys you have.
Compare how many toys you have. You have 6 dinosaurs. You have 7 unicorns. How can you compare these amounts? You count past 6 to count to 7. 6 is less than 7. 7 is greater than 6.Compare how many planes there are.
Madelyn has 8 planes. Omar has 8 planes. 8 is equal to 8. They each have the same amount of planes to throw.
Compare how many planes there are. Madelyn has 8 planes. Omar has 8 planes. 8 is equal to 8. They each have the same amount of planes to throw.Compare with numbers without objects.
You see the numbers 6 and 9. How can you compare 6 and 9? Count to 9: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9. You say 6 when counting to 9. 6 is less than 9.
Compare with numbers without objects. You see the numbers 6 and 9. How can you compare 6 and 9? Count to 9: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9. You say 6 when counting to 9. 6 is less than 9. 
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