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## Greater Than and Less ThanLevel 1

This one page worksheet introduces greater than and less than. It uses alligators to help explain it. Students cut out
alligator heads and glue the faces to show which number is bigger.

Key concept: Understanding inequalities and their symbols (<, >). Preview Print Answers  ## Comparing Numbers

These one page worksheets cover comparing numbers. Students compare numbers and problems, and then write the word
form for each inequality.

Student misunderstanding: Which way does the inequality go? Remind them that the wider part faces towards the greater number.

Level 1 Preview Print Answers Level 2 Preview Print Answers Level 3 Preview Print Answers  ## Inequality Puzzle – Level 1

This maze worksheet reviews inequalities. Students find the true statements and follow them to help Turkey Eddie get to his feast.

Helpful hint: The maze might look big but if student’s think about it, certain problems can be eliminated because they are between
two true statements. Preview Print Answers  ## Comparing Decimals

These one page worksheets cover comparing decimals. Students are given two numbers to compare, need to put numbers in order from least
to greatest, are given a quick word and standard form review, and have to answer two simple word problems.

Level 1 Preview Print Answers Level 2 Preview Print Answers Level 3 Preview Print Answers  ## Comparing Fractions

These one page worksheets cover comparing fractions. Students use greater than, less than, and equal to, to compare fractions.

Helpful ideas: Use half to determine the size of fractions. The larger the denominator the smaller the pieces. For example:
4/5 and 4/7 both have 4 pieces but 4/7’s pieces are smaller.

Level 1 Preview Print Answers Level 2 Preview Print Answers Level 3 Preview Print Answers  ## Comparing Fractions – Level 1

This two page worksheet introduces comparing more than two fractions. It uses one-half as a helpful point to separate the fractions
and better understand their values. Students first practice using one-half and then write fractions in order from least to greatest.

Key concept: Rather than always finding the common denominator students should better understand a fraction’s value. Preview Print Answers  ## Fractions and Number LinesLevel 1

This one page worksheet has students place fractions in the correct location on different number lines. Students can use the other
number lines to help place the fractions.

Key concept: Students need to understand the value of fractions and where they are on a number line. Preview Print Answers  ## Stained Glass – Level 2Comparing Fractions and Decimals

This one page art worksheet covers comparing fractions and decimals. Students circle the greatest amount in each group and then color
the related shapes in the picture. Each student chooses their own colors to create a unique art project.

Key concept: Students need to be able to compare fractions and decimals and be able to visualize the size of a number. Preview Print Answers  This one page, art worksheet reviews solving inequalities. Students solve two inequalities and find the answer they have
in common.

Student misunderstanding: Multiplying or dividing each side of an inequality by a negative number reverses the inequality sign. To
prove this have students check their answers. Preview Print Answers  