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CES students practice comparing numbers

Campbellsville Elementary School fourth-graders are practicing comparing numbers.

 

In Garnetta Murrell’s math classes, students are studying place value and how to compare and order numbers.

 

Recently, Murrell’s students became human numbers to help study the concepts.

 

Students were given signs to wear around their necks and were then asked to form specific numbers.

 

When the numbers were formed, students were asked to compare them and see which was larger and then which was smaller.

 

CES fourth-graders work together to form two numbers and then compare the two to see which is greatest.

CES fourth-graders work together to form two numbers and then compare the two to see which is greatest.

 

CES fourth-graders work together to form two numbers and then compare the two to see which is greatest.

CES fourth-graders work together to form two numbers and then compare the two to see which is greatest.

 

CES fourth-grade teacher Garnetta Murrell helps Westin Dudgeon, at left, Zarek Stone and their classmates determine which number is larger.

CES fourth-grade teacher Garnetta Murrell helps Westin Dudgeon, at left, Zarek Stone and their classmates determine which number is larger.

 

From left, CES fourth-graders Deā€™Asia Fisher, J.J. Scharbrough, Westin Dudgeon, Chris Brown and Zarek Stone create equal numbers.

From left, CES fourth-graders De’Asia Fisher, J.J. Scharbrough, Westin Dudgeon, Chris Brown and Zarek Stone create equal numbers.

 

CES fourth-graders work together to form two numbers and them compare the two to see which is greatest.

CES fourth-graders work together to form two numbers and them compare the two to see which is greatest.

 

From left, CES fourth-graders Talaysia Daniels, Kealey Mann, Isaiah Jeffries and Tiffani Gaddie form a number to compare.

From left, CES fourth-graders Talaysia Daniels, Kealey Mann, Isaiah Jeffries and Tiffani Gaddie form a number to compare.

 

CES fourth-grade teacher Garnetta Murrell talks to her students about comparing numbers.

CES fourth-grade teacher Garnetta Murrell talks to her students about comparing numbers.

 

CES fourth-graders work together to form two numbers and them compare the two to see which is greatest.

CES fourth-graders work together to form two numbers and them compare the two to see which is greatest.





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