Greater Gator Answer Board

Item # LER 5212
Ages 6+
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Which number is greater, hungry gator? Interactive answer boards allow students to write two numbers or expressions, then move the hinged gator "jaw" to show which number is greater than, less than, or equal to the other number!

Write-and-wipe boards feature movable gator symbol on the front, and room to write relational symbols (<, = and >) on the back. Set of 4.

Boards measure 11”L x 4H”.

Grades: 1+


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Great math learning tool!

By Jen

from Bensenville, IL

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  • Durable
  • fun


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      Comments about Learning Resources Greater Gator Answer Board:

      This is a great, fun tool for helping my son learn math and how the gator's mouth is supposed to open towards the larger number. My son is in first grade and sometimes gets confused with the greater than/less than symbols and which way they are supposed to face. This tool helps him practice this concept...and it also serves as a guide for him to write the symbol the correct way on paper.

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      Fun way to teach math!

      By Lisa

      from NV

      Comments about Learning Resources Greater Gator Answer Board:

      I have a 6 and an 8 year old. We love fun math games and activities. Learning Resources offers their Greater Gator Answer Boards. This is a great way for children to visualize math concepts. The Greater Gator Answer Boards are appropriate for children that are 5 years of age and up. You can make them more challenging too for older kids. I was working with my daughter who is in 2nd grade math. She is working on her addition. I thought it would be neat to have her compare 2 different math problems. The answer boards are double sided. The gators mouth moves, so you can have your child move it to either equal, great than, or less than. The other side of the answer board has a spot where your child can use a dry erase marker to write in the equals, greater than, or less than symbol. My kids really enjoyed this. I plan on using it with my 8 year old to work on his multiplication and division skills too.

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