# 1st Grade Common Core: 1.NBT.3

Common Core Identifier: 1.NBT.3 / Grade: 1
Curriculum: Number And Operations In Base Ten: Understand Place Value.
Detail: Compare two two-digit numbers based on meanings of the tens and ones digits, recording the results of comparisons with the symbols >, =, and <.
12 Common Core State Standards (CCSS) aligned worksheets found:
Use symbols and words to compare two-digit numbers.  (example:  23 < 32)
Cut and glue Greater Than Alligator or Less Than Alligator in the correct boxes.  Then, write out the answer with words.  All problems have 2-digit numbers.
There are countless ways to use these math cards. As a learning center, in your whole group lessons, as a math game, or for small group instruction.
Compare addition problems with multiples of 10.
example: 34 + 30 < 43 + 20
Use mental math to add 10 to each 2-digit number shown. Then compare the sums using the symbols <, >, and =.
example: 22 + 10 < 10 + 28
There are four two-digit numbers in each box. Rewrite the numbers in order, starting with the smallest.
Printable, colorful alligator posters for teaching kids about greater than and less than.  Hang them on your classroom wall for reference, or attach magnets to the back and use them on your chalkboard when teaching students about greater than and less than.
Review basic addition and subtraction facts. Practice breaking a 2-digit number up into tens and ones. Compare numbers, using the phrases less than and greater than. Answer a question using a pictograph.
This PDF has 30 task cards. For each one, students will answer a question about comparing 2-digit numbers. These can be used as a game, for extra practice, or on your interactive whiteboard document reader.
Cut out the number cards and place them in order from least to greatest.  This activity can be used as a learning center, for small groups, or as a whole-class activity.  This file includes 5 different card sets.
Place the numbers in order, starting with the smallest.
Each dancing pig has a 2-digit number on it.  Order the pigs from least to greatest.
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