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Place Value Review & Comparing Numbers

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Place Value Review &Comparing Numbers

How do you read this number?

What is the value of the 9?

What is the value of the 4?

What is the value of the 3?

How do you read this number?

What is the value of the 2?

What is the value of the 4?

What is the value of the 9?

How do you read this number?

What is the value of the 4?

What is the value of the 9?

What is the value of the 3?

Which number is larger?

Place the proper symbol in the blank.

What is the relationship between the two numbers? ________________________________________________________________

Which number is smaller?

Place the proper symbol in the blank.

What is the relationship between the two numbers? ________________________________________________________________

Which number is larger?

Place the proper symbol in the blank.

What is the relationship between the two numbers? ________________________________________________________________

Which number is smaller?

Place the proper symbol in the blank.

Place the proper symbol in the blank.

Why did you choose that symbol?

What do the numbers have in common?

How are they different?

Place the proper symbol in the blank.

Why did you choose that symbol?

What do the numbers have in common?

How are they different?

- Write a different number on each of the two index cards on your desk.
- When the teacher tells you to, get up and give your cards to other people. Whoever you give your card to, you need to take one of theirs. You should end up with two cards that are not yours.
- Return to your desk and place one card on the left of your dry erase board and one on the right. Write the proper symbol (>, <, =).
- Then, look at someone’s desk at your table group. Check that person’s work and give them a small check if they’re right and a small x if they’re wrong.