Equal, Greater, Less Than (4 Digits) Packet 3 - Homeschool Edition

Price: $5.95
5-7 days
1.05 LBS
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Product Overview

  • Designed with our easy cut system - 5 cuts or less. Requires only 3 cuts.
  • Printed on premium thick card stock. May be used unlaminated or laminated

Introduce young learners to the foundational concepts of comparison — greater than, less than, and equal to — with this innovatively designed educational set. Specially created to guide children in understanding these fundamental mathematical principles, this set focuses on numbers greater than 20 and extends to numbers comprising up to four digits, offering a broad spectrum of learning opportunities.

Central to this set is the use of golden beads, providing a tactile and visual representation of numbers. This concrete approach to learning not only aids in the comprehension of numerical values but also in the understanding of their relative magnitudes, making abstract concepts like comparison more accessible and engaging for young minds.

Packet 3 of this series uses only colored numerals. It includes 10 cards, each allowing the child to work using abstract concepts using golden beads.

This set not only nurtures an early appreciation and understanding of mathematics but also encourages independent learning. By handling the golden beads and visually interpreting the illustrated cards, children are actively engaged in their learning process, making discoveries and connections that are essential for a deep and lasting understanding of mathematical concepts.

Card size(s):

Whole Cards  8.5 x 4 in. 
  21.6 x 10.16 cm.
Label Cards 8.5 x 1.5 in
  21.6 x 3.8 cm.

About our Easy Cut System: These cards have been thoughtfully designed for effortless preparation, ensuring they can be made ready for use with five or fewer simple cuts. This streamlined design allows you to swiftly create a functional and engaging learning tool, minimizing setup time and maximizing your child's educational experience.


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