Shark Themed Greater Than – Less Than Sorting

It is shark week and it is always fun to have something new for it! There are always loads of math that people are working on during the summer. And I know that love fun new things.

Today I have an easy to use shark sorting printable for greater than and less than. You get to sort sharks and have fun learning while doing it.

Free Shark Themed Greater Than - Less Than Sorting - with math sharks and recording sheet with 4 levels of sharks: numbers, addition, double digits and multiplication - 3Dinosaurs.com

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This s a great addition to the ocean printables on the site.

I wanted this set to be usable by many different levels. So there are four different sets of sharks to use. You have single-digit numbers, addition, two-digit numbers, and multiplication. That way the mat can be used for a long time and people with a mix of kids can use them!

I recommend printing on white cardstock and laminating the sharks and mat to help them last longer.

Free Shark Themed Greater Than - Less Than Sorting - with math sharks and recording sheet with 4 levels of sharks: numbers, addition, double digits and multiplication - 3Dinosaurs.com

There is also a recording sheet and sorting mat that can be used with all 4 sets of cards. the recording sheet has space for the two numbers and coloring of greater than, equal, and less than. The sorting mat has areas for sorting the sharks by where they belong.

Free Shark Themed Greater Than - Less Than Sorting - with math sharks and recording sheet with 4 levels of sharks: numbers, addition, double digits and multiplication - 3Dinosaurs.com

How we use the Shark Themed Greater Than – Less Than Sorting

There are many ways to use this set. Each of the sharks has a space that you can write the symbols on with dry erase markers.

Free Shark Themed Greater Than - Less Than Sorting - with math sharks and recording sheet with 4 levels of sharks: numbers, addition, double digits and multiplication - 3Dinosaurs.com

You can also sort the sharks to the mat. So that each shark goes to the right column. The mat has space for each shark in their column.

Free Shark Themed Greater Than - Less Than Sorting - with math sharks and recording sheet with 4 levels of sharks: numbers, addition, double digits and multiplication - 3Dinosaurs.com

You can also just use the sharks as task cards and recording them on the sheet. You can use the sheet with all 4 sets of cards. We used dot marker with these pages.

As an example, you can solve the multiplication on the sheet and then dot the correct answers for the numbers.

Free Shark Themed Greater Than - Less Than Sorting - with math sharks and recording sheet with 4 levels of sharks: numbers, addition, double digits and multiplication - 3Dinosaurs.com


What you will find the Shark themed Greater Than – Less Than Sorting

  • 1 sorting mat with greater than, equal and less than sorting areas
  • 1 recording sheet
  • Sharks for sorting with numbers 0 to 9
  • Sharks for sorting with addition to 9
  • Sharks for sorting with two digit numbers
  • Sharks for sorting with multiplication
  • 6 pages of printables
Free Shark Themed Greater Than - Less Than Sorting - 4 card sets to sort with numbers, addition and multiplication with sorting mat and recording sheet  - 3Dinosaurs.com

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About Cassie

Cassie is a mom of three stomping, romping, and roaring girls. She blogs about fun art and craft activities and printables she makes. She includes the odd review of products every now and then. She also blogs about the places that she has taken the girls called trip reviews. She has a few free printable pack for kids ages 2 to 8 and always adding more. She loves to get comments and feedback and always looking for new things to try or do with her girls.
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