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Beaded Number Line Powerpoint – Which Number is More?


Beaded Number Line Powerpoint – Which Number is More?

A fantastic animated powerpoint to show children how to mark a 2-digit number onto a bead bar and to compare and say which is more.

4 slides are included and you can easily edit the powerpoint numbers to show your preferred questions.

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  • Siti Nuraini
    January 13th

    When we are two comparing numbers,we use the terms ‘greater than’ or ‘smaller than’.
    Instead of saying 62 is more than 55, we should say 62 is greater than 55. We use more when we are finding how many more/less eg 62 is 7 more than 55. 55 is 7 less than 62.

    • Christina Loftus
      ADMIN January 20th

      The powerpoint is fully editable so you can change the text to suit your needs.

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