Ans: More means extra, and less means fewer. We get to know the importance of more and less when we compare two numbers, age of two persons, the weight of two bags, the salary of two, the height of you and your sister, etc. We use more than, less than symbols to make the comparison easy to understand.

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## What is more and less concept?

Ans: More means extra, and less means fewer. We get to know the importance of more and less when we compare two numbers, age of two persons, the weight of two bags, the salary of two, the height of you and your sister, etc. We use more than, less than symbols to make the comparison easy to understand.

## How do you explain more than and less than?

The symbol used to represent greater than is “>” and less than is “<”. If one value is larger than the other value, we use greater than. Similarly, if we want to represent one value is less than the other value, we use less than. For example, 5 is greater than 5.

**How do you explain more than or less than?**

The greater than or equal symbol means the number on the left is greater than or equal to the number on the right. The less than symbol means that the number on the left is less than the number on the right.

**What is our one more one less resources?**

Our One More One Less resources aim to help EYFS children identify what is one more and one less than any given number and develop their mathematical reasoning skills. These teacher-made 1 more EYFS activities are made to relate directly to the Maths section within the EYFS.

### What is 1 more/1 less?

The goal is for students to learn that 1 more is the next number and 1 less is the prior number. Students also learn that adding 0 does not change the number as well as taking away 0 does not change the number. Students will gain an understanding of 1 more/ 1 less through repeated practice using a variety of learning tools.

### Are there any teacher-made 1 more EYFS activities?

These teacher-made 1 more EYFS activities are made to relate directly to the Maths section within the EYFS. The structure of the sheets and helpful tips make them simple to link to children’s individual lines of development and help to support their next steps in learning.

**How do you learn to add 1 more/1 less?**

With an assortment of learning opportunities, primary students will begin to fluently add 1 more / 1 less. Act it Out! Students act out 1 more / 1 less word problems and write a matching equation. Flip a card, build the number using a ten frame and write a matching equation. Build it Towers!