Comparing 2-Digit Numbers Worksheets
Our pdf comparing 2-digit numbers worksheets leave such a lasting impression on young learners that they start practicing comparing not just in math lessons but in everyday life. An easy-to-go-through stack, our free printables encourage young students to practice making comparison between 2-digit numbers using the <, >, or = signs. Let them first observe the tens place value. If the digits are equal, ask them to check the digits in the ones place. With a variety of exercises like fill in the boxes, MCQs, cut and glue, our worksheets are a comparing carnival.
We suggest these free worksheets on comparing numbers up to 99 for students in grade 1, grade 2, and grade 3.
Watch your tiny tots compare 2-digit numbers like big shots! Let them solve all the 3 sections of comparing sets of numbers here by using the comparison symbols and finding the biggest and the smallest numbers from 10 to 99.
Let students identify whether a number is smaller than (<), greater than (>), or equal to (=) another and determine the smallest and largest numbers in the given sets in this free worksheet. Recommended for 1st grade and 2nd grade.
Students must choose the correct alternatives and write down equality or inequality comparison operators to verify how efficiently they compare two-digit numbers. Two sections with four exercises each. Start comparing full on!
Solidify your child’s comparing skills through exercises like MCQs and fill the blanks. Let them establish whether one number is larger than, less than, or equal to another in this free pdf worksheet. Suitable for grade 2 and grade 3.
With Lizzie, a friendly alligator, in action, this comparing 2-digit numbers worksheet is a hoot! Cut out the snouts provided and use them as the smaller than (<) and greater than (>) symbols to compare numbers between 10 and 99.
Scissors and glue are children's go-to tools when they want to get rid of the learning boredom by doing something out of the box. Use the snouts to plug in the ‘<’ and ‘>’ comparison signs in every exercise. Suggested for 3rd grade children.