Activity 1 - I made this for a drill for my students in grade 1. A group of 4 to 5 students will compete with each other with the different sets that will be shown to them and then the first one to go to the finish line wins the game.
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1. How many stars on the left?
How many on the right? (00:00:00)
2. Which side has more?
Which side has less? (00:00:02)
3. Which side has more?
Which side has less? (00:00:11)
4. Which side has more?
Which side has less? (00:00:23)
5. Which side has more?
Which side has less? (00:00:30)
6. Which side has more?
Which side has less? (00:00:37)
7. Which side has more?
Which side has less? (00:00:46)
8. How many on the left? (00:00:54)
9. How many on the right? (00:00:56)
10. Which side has more? (00:00:58)
11. Which side has less? (00:00:59)
12. How many total smiles are there? (00:01:05)
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