# Comparing Numbers Worksheets

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Whether we are in our childhood, adulthood, or senior years, comparison is inevitable. We compare objects, places, prices, quantities, sizes, measures, and countless other things in our lives! And we compare numbers, too. Walk through our free printable comparing numbers worksheets to practice as well as polish your comparison skills. In these pdf worksheets, students compare pictures, numbers ranging from 1 to 10, 1 to 20, 2-digit to multi-digit, fractions, decimals, and integers.

These exercises provide prolific comparing practice to children in preschool through grade 7.

CCSS: K.CC, 1.NBT, 2.NBT, 3.NF, 4.NBT, 4.NF, 5.NBT, 6.NS

Come under a sweet spell of comparing with these preschool and kindergarten printable worksheets! Practice comparing two sets of objects using cardinality. Count up to 10 items on each set and compare the counts using <, >, and = symbols.

Compare Numbers between 1 and 10

Learn to compare written numerals with these free comparing up to 10 worksheets! Distinguish between numbers and their values and compare two or more numbers between 1 and 10.

Nip the confusion about comparing in the bud! Our revitalizing pdf worksheets with illustrated exercises enhance the child’s comparison skills by allowing them to compare and choose the picture that shows ‘more’ or ‘fewer’.

Let kindergarten and grade 1 kids stand out with their unique comparing chops! Help them go up the ladder of cognitive development with this pdf exercise on comparing numbers up to 20 by using the appropriate equality or inequality operators.

Here, 1st grade, 2nd grade, and 3rd grade children compare numbers using alligator snouts, words, and symbols. They also circle the greatest and smallest numbers.

Here's a chance for grade 2 and grade 3 children to revisit their place value skills and compare 3-digit numerals at the same time. They observe the digits from left to right and determine if a number is greater than, less than, or equal to another.

Closely observe and study the thousands, hundreds, tens, and ones places of each number rendered in pairs as well as sets, and record your comparison results as directed.

Squeeze in as much comparing practice as you can with this set of free printable comparing 5-digit numbers worksheets. Fill in with symbols while comparing a pair of numbers and circle the greatest or smallest while comparing a set.

Pore over the digits in the hundred thousands, ten thousands,..., ones places, and compare the numbers using the comparison operators. Revive your place value skills, and extend your practice to comparing three numbers too!

As numbers become lengthier, comparing gets trickier. Deal with the dilemma caused by long numbers with these multi-digit comparison worksheets enclosing adequate practice of comparing numbers with up to 8 digits for 4th grade and 5th grade kids.

Pleasure in your comparison time with this comparing-fractions resource for grade 2 through grade 5. Navigate through the resource that opens when you click the link and understand how to compare like fractions and unlike fractions step by step.

Boast some scream-worthy comparing success with these pdf worksheets where 5th grade, 6th grade, and 7th grade students compare integers. Let them be warned that a bigger negative number has a comparatively smaller value!

Are you a smart shopper? Enrich your comparison skills and shape into a shrewd shopper with this batch of free printable comparing decimals worksheets ideal for grade 4, grade 5, and grade 6 students.

Ordering is the subsequent step that our minds perform after comparing. Create a natural flair for ordering among kids with our free printable ordering numbers worksheets!