## Introducing greater than and less than

by Miss Mac

- 4.774 reviews

Simple powerpoint used to introduce the symbols of < and > when comparing numbers.

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- 5joycecarson12 days agoReport
This will be ideal for introducing the concept with my ASD group as it is very visual

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