The only way to beat off some of the unhappiness that comes with mathematics is by making it fun. And, add more fun to your child’s learning process by giving them a helping hand with this mathematical colorful worksheet. Here, your child is expected to have some knowledge on comparing signs. When you count the blocks on each side, you can then signify if the comparison signs are right or wrong.
In learning numbers, your child will have to learn the differences between each number, and how two numbers can be added up to get another total. They will have to get familiar with the “greater than”, “less than”, and “equals to” symbols, and what these mean. Help them learn maths in a colorful way with this printable worksheet. Your child will compare numbers on each side, and identify which side is greater than the other, less than, or equals to.
Being able to identify number representation from ten blocks is important for children as they begin their foundation for efficient computation skill and number sense. This free downloadable worksheet gives them practice using ten frames and place value blocks to pull out number representation. They’ll also be given the chance to compare the numbers they identify and choose the correct comparative symbol: greater than, less than or equal to using the groups of blocks and frames.
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