Comparing 3-Digit Numbers Worksheets
Peg away at this compilation of pdf comparing 3-digit numbers worksheets for grade 2, grade 3, and grade 4, so making comparisons of 3-digit numbers using <, >, = signs becomes your forte! Compare 3-digit numbers using number lines, symbols, and words; determine a number greater/smaller than another; explore 3-digit comparison in real life; find the missing digits of the numbers up to 1,000 that make a statement true; compare the prices of items; and more. Try our free worksheets on comparing 3-digit numbers right away!
Watch 2nd grade students reassert their prodigy credentials by nailing comparison of 3-digit numbers with number lines! Let kids take in the fact that the numbers on the left are smaller than those on the right.
Which symbol compares 406 with 229? Is it <, >, or =? Of course, it's > as 406 > 229! Unlock a treasure trove of practice in comparing 3-digit numbers using symbols with these printable worksheets for grade 3.
Which is greater: 365 or 563? Apart from comparing 3-digit numbers using <, >, or =, this set of pdf worksheets has some brisk practice in identifying the greater or smaller of a pair of 3-digit numbers.
Enjoy an advantage over your peers by comparing numbers up to 1,000 using words! Compare with the symbols as usual in part A. Fill in with the phrases "is less than", "is greater than", or "is equal to" in part B.
A unique stock of pdf worksheets on 3-digit comparison, this set asks grade 2 through grade 4 kids to compare two or more numbers with reference to another number. A companion that helps fire their prepping!
Flip between learning and amusement in our comparing 3-digit numbers worksheets, an activity where 2nd grade children help animals/birds eat the bigger number by cutting and gluing the snouts/beaks.
Add nuance and range to your preparation with our printable 3rd grade worksheets! Children first identify a pair of 3-digit numbers represented by base-10 blocks and then compare them using <, >, and = symbols.
A basket has 324 cherries; there's another with 325 strawberries. Is the number of cherries <, >, or = the number of strawberries? Streak ahead by comparing sets inspired from the real world with a 3-digit cardinality!
Searching after printable practice materials to test your comparison skills? Assess yourself by answering these multiple-choice questions that call for comparing two to three numbers up to 1,000 using symbols!
The ones, tens, or the hundreds digit of the 3-digit number(s) is missing. Kids of 3rd grade and 4th grade look at the signs that compare numbers up to 1,000, and find the missing digits that make the statement true.
It's time kids put to play their comparing chops and filled the shopping carts! A comparing spree where they compare prices of electronic gadgets, musical instruments, and toys and answer the questions.
Here's yet another dynamite set of pdf comparing 3-digit numbers worksheets! Spin a paper clip on each wheel using a pencil, note down the numbers that the spinning reveals, and compare using the symbols.