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### We found 203 resources with the keyterm compare

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#### Comparing-Contrasting With Cookies

Students compare and contrast cookies. In this compare and contrast lesson, students complete a graphic organizer and identify the similarities and differences in Girl Scout Cookies. Students write an analysis.

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#### The Grape Grows as Sweet As.............

Fifth graders explore the key term similes and contact it with the story The Grape Grows Sweet. Students discuss new vocabulary terms, including the new term simile. In this language arts lesson, 5th graders select one of their similes...

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#### Clown or Comedian

Students discover how to compare and contrast the differences between a clown and a comedian. They use dictionaries to expand their vocabulary.

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#### My Community: Then and Now

Students compare and contrast their community to what it was like 50 years ago. They research various aspects of their community and compare and contrast with what it is like now. Students present and discuss their findings.

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#### Mexican Food

Fifth graders identify the foods associated with Mexico. They compare and contrast these foods with the foods associated with the United States. Students recognize that many of the foods used in the world today were developed in Mexico....

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#### Comparing

Examine short number sequences to help scholars explore value comparisons. They look at various given numbers (both two-digit and three-digit) and write in values that are less or more by specific one-digit numbers (i.e. three less, two...

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#### The Houdini Box: Compare and Contrast

How did Houdini do it? After reading a short passage about magicians and their tricks, readers are asked to compare and contrast some of the illusions these prestidigitators create.Â

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#### Solving Inequalities

Middle schoolers solve 10 different problems that include multiplication and division of various inequalities. They determine how to make each inequality true. Pupils multiply or divide both sides of an inequality by any positive number...

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#### Compare and Contrast Art

Practice the skill of compare and contrast. First, show learners the different pairs of artwork in the project packet (included). Then, each learner chooses one of the pairs and finds the similarities and differences between the...

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#### Compare Numbers of Shapes

As they examine sets of shapes, learners compare the number of objects in each pair. There are eight comparisons total, and scholars use the symbols .

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#### Old MacDonald's Counting Farm

Kids naturally sort things by various features; capitalize on this habit by incorporating color, number, and comparisons into an animal-sorting activity! Kids watch you categorize by color, species, and size before trying it out on their...

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#### Compare Two-Digit Numbers - Guided Lesson

Practice comparing number values in a variety of activities on this worksheet. Youngsters complete a statement comparing 20 to 20, choosing from three options: is greater than, is less than, and is equal to. Then, they put four numbers...

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#### Ordering Rational Numbers and Finding Their Approximate

Middle schoolers explore the concept of ordering rational numbers on a number line. They represent rational numbers as decimals and percents. Pupils create a foldable about converting fractions to decimals to percents, and use a...

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#### Order Numbers On a Number Line

Fifth and sixth graders study the use of a number line to add integers and they observe a teacher demonstration of how to add integers on a number line. Afterward, they construct a number line and use the number line to solve addition...

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#### Relating Fractions and Decimals

Sixth graders identify how fractions and decimals both illustrate parts of a whole. They estimate which number is greater by comparing them to the given fraction and use greater than or less than symbols for each.

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#### COUNTDOWN Challenge Scientific Notation

In this scientific notation worksheet, students solve and complete 12 different problems that include writing scientific notation for each. First, they compare the mass of animals using scientific notation. Then, students compare various...

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#### Trick-or-Treat

Who has the most candy? Kids often have candy on the brain, so get them to learn in the process! Here is a great counting learning exercise for Halloween week. Learners compare candy stashes between four pairs of kids. They count each...

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#### Study Guide: Rational Numbers

In this rational numbers learning exercise, students solve and complete 8 different problems that include applying the comparison property and density property for rational numbers. First, they replace each blank with the correct symbol...

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#### Reading, Writing, and Ordering Numbers

Young scholars study place value. Students participate in place value and number relay games, write numbers in words, and discuss how numbers are read. As a class, they discuss the meaning of less than and grater than signs. Young...

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#### Fraction and Decimal Ordering

Ordering numbers just got physical! Learners practice putting numbers in sequence, both in fraction and decimal form. To begin, they line up in birthday order and discuss the difference between ascending and descending. They are then...

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#### Compare Decimals and Fractions

Compare and order fractions and decimals in order to represent fractional numbers on a number line. Your class can use sets of Fraction Tower Equivalency Cubes, if available, to help model the fractions and find the decimal equivalent...

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#### Choose a Graph to Display Data

In this math graphs worksheet, students write line plot, tally chart, pictograph, or bar graph to tell the best kind of graph to use to answer the six questions.

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#### Greatest and Least Area - Enrichment 18.3

In this greatest and least area game worksheet, students cut out the cards, draw a card and record the measurement in the length or width column of a graph. When all columns have been filled, they calculate the areas to find the winner...

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#### Shopping the Sunday Circular

Pupils demonstrate an understanding of price-per-unit mathematics. In this computation lesson, learners accurately figure the unit price of grocery items. They create a chart and record the item, the price, the size and the cost per item.