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## How do I teach less?

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 teach less and equal?

Explicit Instruction/Teacher modeling

- Get a box of blocks, and create two groups of blocks, one with more than the other.
- Explain to your students that equal means that there is the same amount in each group, greater means more, and less means fewer.
- Call on students to compare the 2 groups using this language.

## How do you explain less?

Less is a comparative form of the word little, with the word least being the superlative. If something is described as less, it is “more little” than something else. Specifically, less by itself often means a smaller number or amount rather than physical size.

## How do I teach my preschoolers quantity?

How to Teach Numbers to Preschoolers

- Teach Counting with Number Rhymes.
- Incorporate Numbers into Daily Tasks.
- Play Number Games with a Group of Kids.
- Write Down Numbers and Make the Child Draw that Quantity.
- Point Out Numbers on Ad Boards and Vehicles.
- Teach the Order of Numbers with Connect the Dots.
- Count Fingers and Toes.

## How do you teach comparing numbers?

For young students, the absolute best way to start comparing numbers is using a hands-on approach. Grab some number cards, an extra set of calendar numbers, playing cards (numbers only), or even write numbers on a 3×5 card. Then grab some manipulatives like counting blocks, mini erasers, buttons or pom poms.

## What is comparing for kindergarten?

In math, to compare means to examine the differences between numbers, quantities or values to decide if it is greater than, smaller than or equal to another quantity. By comparing, we can define or find by how much a number is greater or smaller. Here’s how we can also compare decimals and fractions.