## How do you teach the concept of more and less to kindergarten?

Teaching children with more and less concept is essential to compare the number of objects and identify which is more and/or less. For children with autism, more and less concept can be taught using toys, attractive objects, fruits, vegetables, etc. rather than only with words.

**How do you play more or less?**

28 second clip suggested12:09Primary maths games: How to play One more, one less. – YouTubeYouTubeStart of suggested clipEnd of suggested clipRemember. You start with both the counters at the midpoint of the number line and you decide whichMoreRemember. You start with both the counters at the midpoint of the number line and you decide which end you’re heading for you take turns to throw your item.

### How do you teach preschoolers greater than less than?

59 second clip suggested4:47Comparing Numbers – Greater Than Less Than – YouTubeYouTubeStart of suggested clipEnd of suggested clipThe 10 is larger so the mouth opens to the 10. If. We were to read this we would say 4 is less thanMoreThe 10 is larger so the mouth opens to the 10. If. We were to read this we would say 4 is less than 10. Let’s look at another. Problem. Here we have 8 blocks on the left and 6 blocks on the right.

**How can I teach more than fewer?**

55 second clip suggested3:18More and Fewer Kindergarten Math Video for Kids – YouTubeYouTubeStart of suggested clipEnd of suggested clipIf I take some away will I have more or fewer apples. Correct I will have fewer apples right now IMoreIf I take some away will I have more or fewer apples. Correct I will have fewer apples right now I have four apples. And I’m going to take two.

#### How do you teach kindergarten comparisons?

48 second clip suggested2:08How to Teach Comparison to Kindergarten : Kindergarten LessonsYouTubeStart of suggested clipEnd of suggested clipThe best way to teach comparison to kindergarten it’s to make sure to have a visual put twoMoreThe best way to teach comparison to kindergarten it’s to make sure to have a visual put two different sized balls on the board axis students which bow is bigger.

**How do you explain more and less concept?**

59 second clip suggested4:50and Less | Concept of more & less | Basic Maths Concept – YouTubeYouTube

## What is more and less concept?

Comparison is the process that tells us the similar properties of different objects. It is a fundamental concept in mathematics that allows us to define whether two numbers are equal, greater than, or less than each other when comparing them.

**How do you explain one less?**

51 second clip suggested4:051 More and 1 Less – YouTubeYouTube

### How do you explain less than greater than?

The symbol used to represent greater than is “>” and less than is “<”. If one value is larger than the other value, we use greater than. Similarly, if we want to represent one value is less than the other value, we use less than. For example, 5 is greater than 5.

**How do you know if its greater or less than?**

The greater than symbol is >. So, 9>7 is read as ‘9 is greater than 7’. The less than symbol is <. Two other comparison symbols are ≥ (greater than or equal to) and ≤ (less than or equal to).

#### What is comparison in kindergarten?

These lessons teach Kindergarten kids about the comparison – More, Less or Equal. Identify whether the number of objects in one group is greater than, less than, or equal to the number of objects in another group, e.g., by using matching and counting strategies.

**What are comparison games in math?**

Comparison Games (Greater Than, Less Than, Equal) A subset of number sense games, these comparisons games are aimed at helping kids strengthen their comprehension of the relative magnitude of different numbers, and also to practice using mathematical symbols such as the greater-than, less-than, and equals signs.

## How can I say when groups are equal?

I can say when groups are equal by matching or counting. The following worksheet teaches the concepts of more, less and equal to kindergarten kids. Scroll down the page for more examples and solutions.

**How do you say which group has more or less?**

I can say which group has more by matching or counting the number of objects in both groups. I can say which group has less by matching or counting the number of objects in both groups. I can say when groups are equal by matching or counting. The following worksheet teaches the concepts of more, less and equal to kindergarten kids.