Curriculum>Grade 1> Module 4>Topic B: Comparison of Pairs of Two-Digit Numbers

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Students will use inequality symbols to compare larger two-digit numbers, using base-10 blocks for support. Students will learn that if a number has a larger digit in the tens place, it is the greater number, and vice versa

A. Count and compare sets of objects

B. Explore with > and < signs when counting and comparing objects

C. Use >, =, and < to compare two single-digit numbers

D. Use >, =, and < to compare at the ones and tens place, using base-10 blocks for support

E. Use >, =, and < to compare one- and two-digit numbers, without additional supports

G. Use >, =, and < to compare two-digit numbers (Part 2)

H. Use >, =, and < to compare two-digit numbers, without additional supports

I. Select the correct < or > sign to compare a pair of two-digit numbers

J. Select the number from a set that is the least or greatest

K. Order a set of one- and two-digit numbers from least to greatest

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