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- Recognizes numbers to 1000
- Applies addition facts
- Regroups using the addition algorithm
- Uses repeated addition to multiply
- Regroups using manipulatives in subtraction
- Recognizes, interprets and records subtraction equations
- Divides using manipulatives
- Understands pictorial and symbolic representations of fractions
- Compares numbers using

>, <, =

- Identifies 3-D shapes
- Measures area and perimeter using

manipulatives - Uses tools to find metric and

US measures

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using >, <, =

Does the one on the left have more or less, or are the two hands equal to?

> (Greater than)

< (Less than)

= (Equal to)

Find a worksheet and use >, < and = to make each problem true! Be careful, one hand might have more coins but a smaller value.

Compare these fractions using the following symbols:

= Use this when they are the same, or equal.

< Use this when the fraction is smaller, or less than, the other side.

> Use this when the fraction is bigger, or greater than, the other side.

**Remember, the alligator ALWAYS wants to eat the BIGGER fraction!**