All the solutions provided in **McGraw Hill My Math Kindergarten Answer Key PDF Chapter 1 Lesson 7 Greater Than **will give you a clear idea of the concepts.

## McGraw-Hill My Math Kindergarten Answer Key Chapter 1 Lesson 7 Greater Than

**Explore and Explain**

Answer:

Explanation:

Placed a on each goat and on each pig. The lines are traced and matched to the objects in the groups as we can observe in the above image. The size of the goat’s group is three and pigs’ group is two. The goat’s group shows the greater number of objects.

**Teacher Directions:** Place a on each goat. Place a on each pig. Trace the lines from an object in one group to match an object in the other group. Describe the sizes of the two groups. Trace the group that shows the greater number of objects.

**See and Show**

Question 1.

Answer:

Drawn a line from an object in one group to match an object in the other group. The size of the first group is one and the second group is three. So, drawn a circle to the group that shows the greater number of objects as you can observe in the above image.

Question 2.

Answer:

Explanation:

Here I drawn a line from an object in one group to match an object in the other group. The size of the first group is two and the second group is four. So, drawn a circle to the group that shows the greater number of objects as you can observe in the above image.

Question 3.

Answer:

Explanation:

Here I drawn a line from an object in one group to match an object in the other group. The size of the first group is three and the second group is four. So, drawn a circle to the group that shows the greater number of objects as you can observe in the above image.

Question 4.

Answer:

Explanation:

Here I drawn a line from an object in one group to match an object in the other group. The size of the first group is six and the second group is four. So, drawn a circle to the group that shows the greater number of objects as you can observe in the above image.

**Directions:** 1-4. Draw a line from an object in one group to match an object in the other group. Describe the sizes of the groups. Circle the group that shows the greater number of objects.

On My Own

Question 5.

Answer:

Explanation:

Here I drawn a line from an object in one group to match an object in the other group. The size of the first group is three and the second group is five. So, drawn a circle to the group that shows the greater number of objects as you can observe in the above image.

Question 6.

Answer:

Explanation:

Here I drawn a line from an object in one group to match an object in the other group. The size of the first group is seven and the second group is six. So, drawn a circle to the group that shows the greater number of objects as you can observe in the above image.

Question 7.

Answer:

Explanation:

Here I drawn a line from an object in one group to match an object in the other group. The size of the first group is four and the second group is six. So, drawn a circle to the group that shows the greater number of objects as you can observe in the above image.

**Directions:** 5-7. Draw a line from an object in one group to match an object in the other group. Describe the sizes of the groups. Circle the group that shows the greater number of objects.

**Problem Solving**

Question 8.

Answer:

Explanation:

Here I drawn counters to show a group that is greater than the group of objects shown. Drawn lines to match the objects in one group with the counters in the other group as you can observe in the above image.

Question 9.

Answer:

Explanation:

Here I drawn counters to show a group that is greater than the group of objects shown. Drawn lines to match the objects in one group with the counters in the other group as you can observe in the above image.

**Directions:** 8-9. Use counters to show a group that is greater than the group of objects shown. Draw the counters. Draw lines to match the objects in one group with the counters in the other group.

### McGraw Hill My Math Kindergarten Chapter 1 Lesson 7 My Homework Answer Key

Question 1.

Answer:

Drawn a line from an object in one group to match an object in the other group. The size of the first group is two and the second group is four. So, drawn a circle to the group that shows the greater number of objects as you can observe in the above image.

Question 2.

Answer:

Explanation:

Here I drawn a line from an object in one group to match an object in the other group. The size of the first group is four and the second group is three. So, drawn a circle to the group that shows the greater number of objects as you can observe in the above image.

Question 3.

Answer:

Explanation:

Here I drawn a line from an object in one group to match an object in the other group. The size of the first group is three and the second group is five. So, drawn a circle to the group that shows the greater number of objects as you can observe in the above image.

**Directions:** 1-3. Draw a line from an object in one group to match an object in the other group. Describe the sizes of the groups. Circle the group that shows the greater number of objects.

Question 4.

Answer:

Explanation:

Here I drawn a line from an object in one group to match an object in the other group. The size of the first group is four and the second group is five. So, drawn a circle to the group that shows the greater number of objects as you can observe in the above image.

Question 5.

Answer:

Explanation:

Here I drawn a line from an object in one group to match an object in the other group. The size of the first group is six and the second group is three. So, drawn a circle to the group that shows the greater number of objects as you can observe in the above image.

**Vocabulary Check**

Question 6.

greater than

Answer:

Explanation:

Drawn a group of objects that is greater than the group of objects shown as you can observe in the above image

**Directions:** 4-5. Draw a line from an object in one group to match an object in the other group. Describe the sizes of the groups. Circle the group that shows the greater number of objects. 6. Draw a group of objects that is greater than the group of objects shown.

**Math at Home** Show five fingers. Have your child show an amount of fingers that is greater than five.