This hands-on unit of work will have your Early Years children sorting and comparing like masters in no time! This unit has been placed in the Autumn term for Reception as sorting should be taught early on. The activity ideas can be used or easily adapted for pre-school children as well. Sorting and comparing helps children to look at relationships and attributes, as well as how rules apply to sets. Further down the line, children who can sort confidently have one of the building blocks for algebraic thinking securely in place. Click HERE to save 20% with the entire 12 week Autumn term bundle, which includes Pattern, Numbers 0-10, Sorting and Comparing, Measures and Shape. If you are following the Early Maths Mastery long term plan, this is Unit 3 and falls in week 9 of the Autumn term. The planning focuses on the 40-60 months EYFS framework statement of using the language of ‘more’ and ‘fewer’ to compare sets. This understanding of bigger and smaller numbers will lay the foundations for the mental number line that children will develop as they progress as mathematicians. Included in this download are: A detailed planning document A suggested long-term maths mastery plan A printed resources file to support the planning Key ideas and common misconceptions A focus activity A range of independent activities and notes on progression Key questions for adults working with children ‘Keep up’ support ideas Greater depth challenges Prompt cards detailing key questions and extensions for each activity A PowerPoint to introduce reasoning in the context of comparing numbers If you’re interested in more maths mastery resources, try: Unit 1: Pattern Unit 2: Numbers 0 - 10 Unit 4: Measures Unit 5: Shapes Subitising game - Little Red Riding Hood (free resource) Follow Early Maths Mastery on TES to be notified of further planning and resources for teaching maths mastery.
Variety of activities choosing largest/smallest numbers, using < and >, ordering numbers etc. Has outcomes for Scottish curriculum for excellence on front page which can be changed to suit . You will need Nelson cursive font and Jardotty font to open this and keep the format the same.
Compare bear repeating patterns. I have created a variety of different repeating pattern cards that can be printed, laminated and used to assist children with their own repeated patterns using ‘compare bears’. There are also blank cards so children can make their own repeating patterns. Compare bear photos were taken against a white background. The white background has been removed on the resources. Colours include Red, Blue, Yellow, Green. ** Update ** I have now included Purple and Orange compare bears for patterns. The 3rd page on the preview is aligned properly!
Sort three numbers into order from lowest to highest - could be used with other resources to support. Numbers to 200
Sort three numbers into order from lowest to highest - could be used with manipulatives e.g. Numicon, counters etc. Numbers to 20.
This pack includes a number of number recognition and ordering games and activities to aid teaching and keeping your little one busy learning at home. Comes with images and step-by-step instructions. I have tried and tested these activities with my 3 and 4 year olds - endless fun! There are enough activities to last a week and beyond.
A lesson ideal for Year 4 although could work easily across KS2. Clearly differentiated and a very practical maths lesson which the children will enjoy.!
Compare and Order Numbers Complete Lesson on Comparing and Ordering Numbers A complete maths lesson to explain comparing and ordering numbers. Children will practice the lesson as a class and then complete independent activities to embed knowledge. Differentiated game instruction sheets are included to allow children to develop understanding. Included in this download: • Full lesson plan • Lesson PowerPoint • Example anchor chart • Three differentiated number card packs • Three differentiated game instruction sheets Please ask if you have any questions Please don’t forget to leave feedback and follow me for updates on products and offers ***************************************************************************** My other math products: Grid Method Multiplication Complete Lesson Complete week on fractions Decimal Lessons Bundle *************************************************************************** Customer Tips: Follow me for news about my new discounts, freebies and product launches: here ***************************************************************************
This lesson is part of Exploring the United Kingdom, a Geography unit designed for KS1 and lower KS2 (Y2-4). This lesson encourages students to identify geographical features found in the city/countryside and think about the similarities and differences between urban and rural areas in the UK. First the presentation shows small segments of images from around the United Kingdom and challenges students to work out whether they are from the city or countryside. Children then complete a Venn diagram-based activity which can be done in two ways: Group activity: In pairs or trios, children sort images of the city and countryside using a Venn diagram. This can also be done using two PE hoops and makes a nice classroom display. Individual activity: Students sort city and countryside vocabulary using a Venn diagram: Easier – Students sort 12 city/countryside words Harder – Students sort 18 city/countryside words If you like this resource, we would appreciate a review! We will happily send you a free resource in return for a review or useful suggestions/feedback. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. For more Geography resources, check out www.teachitforward.co.uk.
Sort three numbers into order from lowest to highest - could be used with manipulatives or other resources. 2 digit numbers.
On this assessment, students will answer twenty five questions related to greater than, less than, equal to as well as ordering numbers based on place value from least to greatest and greatest to least. 2.NBT.A.4, 3.NBT.A.1, 4.NBT.A.2
KS1 Maths Teaching Resources: Comparing and Sorting Shapes - Year 2 In this teaching resource children practise comparing and sorting 2D and 3D shapes and everyday objects as per the 2014 National Curriculum – KS1 Maths / Geometry. It includes an animated 19 slide PowerPoint presentation, interactive quizzes and 2 accompanying worksheets.
Need a simple way to review comparing and ordering numbers with your students? This is the activity for you! This set is really simple to use. These cards can be sorted individually, with a teacher, or with a student partner. I like to partner students to complete this activity. Partners can check each other and help correct any mistakes before the cards are turned over and checked. When done sorting, a quick flip of the cards should reveal the numbers labeled from 1 to 6. If correct, students shuffle the cards, put them back in the bag, and move to another sorting station. Included in this product: *17 sets of cards to sort from least to greatest (6 cards per set) *Self checking answer keys on back
Compare 4 numbers and place them in order between the inequality signs. There are 3 levels of questions randomised at the click of a button which means you can use this one page of exercises as many times as you need for classwork, homework & test,and the questions will change every time. Level 1: Numbers 1-20 Level 2: Numbers 1- 100 Level 3: Numbers to 1000 Click on the “HELP” button for further instructions. There is an "Interactive PDF " Teaching Resource to go with this resource Note This resource works with the official Adobe Acrobat Reader on Windows or Mac computers. You need to open up the file from the folder you have downloaded it to (not from the browser)
Ordering and Comparing Decimals is a completely interactive lesson for learners in year 5 and 6. Learning Objectives include: order and compare numbers with up to three decimal places. use place value counters to represent the numbers they are comparing. use number lines to understand where numbers appear in relation to other numbers. This lesson contains: starter activities differentiated questions and answers with instant learner feedback drag and drop activities for independent learning
This provision enhancement pack about Sorting and Comparing Groups to 5 is for Early Years Foundation Stage settings. The pack includes: a variety of activities to help children explore Sorting and Comparing Groups to 5 across a range of provision areas; information about how to use these activities for independent or adult led play; and an observation sheet to record learning. You can find more EYFS Maths Resources here. The provision areas covered in this pack are: Maths Construction/STEM Creative Fine Motor Home Corner Malleable Outdoor Sand Small World Snack Tuff Tray Water Writing
This is a whole lesson on Bar Charts and Comparative Bar Charts. An easy topic, maybe, but to teach it effectively in one lesson with activities is much harder. 23 slides + worksheet. The lesson includes: + a starter + learning objectives (differentiated) + keywords + MWB activity to assess understanding (AFL) + very clear teaching slides with a detailed look at what questions look like + lots of examples + differentiated worksheet (with answers) + plenary. All LESSONS on Statistics in one MEGA BIG Bundle : Statistics: All Lessons for GCSE & A-Level (49 Lessons) + All Resources NOTE: 1. Please provide a RATING with feedback 2. Feel free to browse the Outstanding Resources shop for more excellent free and premium resources 3. Visit the Website, Facebook and Pinterest page for more exciting information, advice and discounts Thank you in advance for your support!
My class really struggled with comparing number sentences so I have made a load of worksheets that show using resources. We then moved back to comparing sentences with numbers. Only charging because it took me so long! I used in a Continuous Provision style learning, LO: To compare number sentence. Please leave any feedback :)
EYFS Number - Comparing and Ordering Numbers to 10 - Lesson Activity This activity requires pupils to recognise and order the digit cards from 0-9. This activity can also be extended by asking pupils to select 3 cards and to put them in order. See the lesson plan for more ideas. This is a great activity for pupils to use in small groups or individually, either in the classroom or at home.
Children decide if the picture shows transport and stick it in the appropriate place.
A simple powerpoint to encourage EYFS children to talk about and compare size. It asks the children to sort the various pictures (which follow children's interests/Goldilocks theme) into size order. It is easily adaptable to suit your own class needs and can be easily differentiated. The children are asked to simply drag the pictures into the correct order and are then given a practical task to complete. I print out the size ordering arrows to support the children when ordering. EYFS SSM areas covered: Begins to use the language of size (22-36 months) Orders two or three items by length or height (40-60 months) Children use everyday language to talk about and compare size (GLD) Other areas such as C&L and PSED can be covered depending on how the adult leading the session runs it.