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Comparing Numbers Worksheets

Barrel toward our pdf comparing numbers worksheets for a wealth of material that helps practice comparing pictures, numbers, and measures with verve and tenacity! Let prekindergarten through 7th grade kids stay on until they improve their numeracy skills by comparing numbers using <, >, and = symbols. Take advantage of the included answer keys and try out some of our printables for free!

Comparing Numbers - Objects

Casting around for interactive worksheets to boost kindergarten and grade 1 kids' comparing skills? These comparing numbers worksheets draw on everyday objects to make comparing numerals easy.

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Comparing Numbers - Number Lines

Our pdfs are the ultimate in comparing numbers using the number line! Instruct children to read the number-line intervals and answer the questions comparing the position of the numbers at their own pace.

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Comparing Numbers Using the Symbols >, <, or =

Delight as active learners whiz past their peers by swiftly placing the comparison symbols smaller than (<), larger than (>), and equal to (=) in each box and achieve excellence in comparing numbers up to 20.

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Circling the Greater and Smaller Number

Direct the enthusiastic learners to circle the greater and smaller number in these 3-part exercises. We recommend these comparing numbers worksheets for the amazing young talent in kindergarten and 1st grade.

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Counting and Comparing

Our printable practice worksheets, which thrive on mentally counting and comparing the number of real-world objects using the <, >, and = symbols, help children flourish into well-rounded math masters.

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Comparing Numbers - Sticks

Comparing numbers using sticks allows students to "stick to the point" as they reassert their math-genie credentials by figuring the number of sticks in each set, comparing them, and circling the correct option.

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Comparing Numbers Using Ten Frames

Let students flock around these pdf worksheets for a key upgrade, comparing numbers using ten frames. A bunch of colorful double ten frames that work extra hard to polish children's comparison skills.

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Comparing Dominos

Don't miss this never-before math escapism full of learning and practice, in the form of counting and comparing pips on domino tiles. Our domino comparing worksheets are excellent for home and school use.

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Comparing Numbers - Balancing Scale

Not sure how well the kindergarten and grade 1 kids make comparisons? Guide them to observe the given pair of numbers and to write them on the appropriate pan of each balance scale.

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Cut and Paste Activities

Chock-full of practice in comparing numbers, our cut-and-paste activity worksheets will inspire many a gleeful chuckle in the class! Comparing numbers with crocodile snouts will be a hilarious affair!

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Simplifying and Comparing

Elevate the learning experience with this set of worksheets, designed to challenge and inspire kids to simplify the expressions before diving into comparisons.

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Circling Numbers

Choose from three modes that impel students to circle the numbers and make the statements true. Demystify the fundamentals of comparing numbers in the company of an array of straightforward questions.

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Greater Than, Less Than Worksheets

Take a warm-up trip and prepare young students to open up to the concept of comparison and understand basic inequalities by comparing pictures of objects up to 10 in our winsome practice resources!

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Comparing 2-Digit Numbers Worksheets

Gain access to a host of pdf resources for grade 1, grade 2, and grade 3 to compare numbers using alligator snouts, symbols, and words. They also circle the greatest and smallest numbers.

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Comparing 3-Digit Numbers Worksheets

With our comparing 3-digit numbers worksheets at your disposal, it's super-fun to compare numbers up to 1000 by observing the digits and determine if a number is greater than, less than, or equal to the other.

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Comparing 4-Digit Numbers Worksheets

Children closely observe and study the thousands, hundreds, tens, and ones places of each number in pairs and record the comparison results here as directed. Add a new layer to your comparing-numbers chops!

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Comparing Multi-Digit Numbers Worksheets

Do long numbers cause your child to slip up? A massive relief, our pdf comparing multi-digit numbers worksheets get them comparing numbers that involve up to 8 digits with ease, flair, and imagination.

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Comparing Fractions Worksheets

Watch number lines, shapes, bar and pie models, and more band together so children key into comparing fractions! The answer keys, which facilitate instant self-validation, add to the ease of practice.

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Comparing Decimals Worksheets

Ready to make the daunting task of comparing decimals a playful affair, our pdf comparing worksheets featuring decimals let kids choose from decimal values between tenths and ten thousandths with get-up-and-go.

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Comparing and Ordering Integers Worksheets

An eclectic mix of real-life word problems to kick practice in comparing and ordering integers up a notch! Ideal for 5th grade, 6th grade, and 7th grade students, these printables make your repertoire rich.

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Comparing and Ordering Money Worksheets

Our printable comparing and ordering money worksheets mean that young prodigies develop a soft spot for comparing and counting money using symbols and ordering them in increasing and decreasing formats.

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