I found them on Amazon. They are dry-erase for students to fill in the numbers and then they can move the alligator mouth to show the correct sign. These would be fun to add to your comparing numbers activities.
Since my class enjoyed playing WAR so much, I created this FREE Snowball Fight comparing numbers game to be played in math centers. Students have to flip over a number card and whoever has the highest number gets to add a snowball (cotton ball) to their snow fort. This works on numbers 1-50.If your class has mastered comparing numbers, you can try this Comparing Numbers Fluency & Fitness. It helps students work on comparing numbers and gives them a chance to get in some movement. It’s a Powerpoint slideshow that you simply project onto your wall. Click through the slides and students can either say the biggest number or if they’re ready they can say what sign would go in the bubble. When they see an exercise kid, they get to do that exercise until you decide to switch to the next slide. Students LOVE doing these Fluency & Fitness activities because they don’t even realize they are learning – they think it’s just a fun brain break!!You can find all my Fluency & Fitness® sets here on my Tickled Pink Shop or in my TPT store.