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Fun with Numbers: Comparing Up to 100 for 5-6 Year Old

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Welcome, Today, we are going to embark on an exciting journey into the world of numbers. If your kids are 5 or 6 years old, get ready to explore the magical realm of comparing numbers up to 100. Learning about numbers can be so much fun, and we’re here to make it easy and enjoyable for you!

Understanding Numbers:
Before we dive into comparing numbers, let’s quickly review what numbers are. Numbers are like friends that help us count and measure things. We’ll be working with numbers up to 100, which means we get to play with a whole bunch of new friends!
You can Introduce numbers by asking the following questions
Counting Up to 100:
Imagine you have a jar of jellybeans. How many jellybeans can you count? Can you count up to 100? That’s a big number, but don’t worry! You can take it step by step. For Example,
Let’s practice counting by 10s up to 100 together: 10, 20, 30, 40, 50, 60, 70, 80, 90, 100.

Comparing Numbers – Big and Small:
After mastering counting, they can learn how to compare numbers. You can introduce these statements i.e. Sometimes we want to know which number is bigger or smaller. Think of it like comparing the height of different animals. Is an elephant taller than a giraffe, or is it shorter?

Compare Number Worksheet 2

The Mystery of Greater Than and Less Than:
We use special symbols to show if one number is greater than, less than, or equal to another. The symbols look like this: > (greater than), < (less than), = (equal to). It’s like magic language for numbers!

They can practice with our Compare Worksheets. 

We have some Practice Time too! –

Let’s Play a following Game:

Ready for some fun? Let’s play a game! We’ll show you two numbers, and you get to use the magic symbols to tell us which number is greater, which is smaller, or if they are equal. For example, 25 __ 35. Can you fill in the blank with the correct symbol?

Number Friends Parade:
Picture a parade of number friends marching in order from 1 to 100. Can you join the parade and spot which number friends come before or after a given number? It’s like a colorful number adventure!

Celebrate the Success with little learners:
Wow, you’ve done an amazing job comparing numbers up to 100! Give yourself a big high-five. Numbers are now your pals, and you can use them to compare all sorts of things.

The world of math is full of exciting discoveries, and you’re well on your way to becoming a math superstar! Keep having fun with numbers!