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Alligator Eats the BIG Number. Antoinette Mia Pettis. Hi! My name is Ivan and I am 12 years old! I like numbers; do you? . My little brother DeSean, who is 5, does not like numbers. He doesn’t know how to compare numbers. Can you help him?.

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Alligator Eats the BIG Number

Antoinette Mia Pettis

My little brother DeSean, who is 5, does not like numbers. He doesn’t know how to compare numbers. Can you help him?
DeSean really likes Alligators! So I was thinking we could use Alligators to help him compare numbers.
< This is the less than sign.

> This is the greater than sign.

= This is the equal to sign.

See how the < and > look like an Alligator’s mouth?

3 < 9

See how the sign faces the BIG NUMBER.

To help us remember which way the signs face we will use the saying “Alligator eats the BIG NUMBER!”
2 ___ 8

Which sign do we use?

2 < 8

Right! We do use the Less than sign because the Alligator eats the BIG NUMBER!

9 ____ 1

What do we use now?

9 > 1

Yes! You got it. We use the greater than sign because…the Alligator eats the BIG NUMBER!

6 ____ 6

6 = 6

Great job. We use the equal to sign because the numbers are the SAME.

TEKS
• (1.1) Number, operation, and quantitative reasoning. The student uses whole numbers to describe and compare quantities. (1st Grade)
• The student is expected to:
• (A) compare and order whole numbers up to 99 (less than, greater than, or equal to) using sets of concrete objects and pictorial models.