# Comparing Integers Worksheets

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Understand how to compare integers by determining if one integer is greater than, less than or equal to the other with our printable comparing integers worksheets. Comparing two positive integers is just like comparing two whole numbers, whereas comparing two negative integers involves the use of the opposite sign. For adequate practice, use our worksheets on comparing a pair of integers using alligator snouts, comparing using symbols, and circling the largest or smallest integer from a set. Try our free worksheets to kick-start your practice!

Recall integer facts - the greatest negative integer is -1, the smallest positive integer is 1, and more. Compare the integers with the same and different signs to determine if an integer is less than, greater than, or equal to another.

Punch up your practice with these printable comparing integers worksheets for 6th grade and 7th grade children! Determine which of the three integers in a set is the greatest in part A, and find which is the smallest in part B.

Identifying Larger and Smaller Integers

Get your comparison skills soaring with these comparing integers worksheet pdfs! Fishing out the greater or smaller integers with the help of colorful illustrations has never been a more enjoyable activity!

Comparing Integers - Cut and Glue

Gear up 5th grade and 6th grade kids to solve these pdf worksheets presenting fun-filled learning. Snip the alligator snouts, compare a pair of unequal integers, and glue them to face the larger integer.

Comparing Integer Expressions | Addition and Subtraction

Upskill making comparison of integer expressions with these printable worksheets on comparing integers! Add or subtract as indicated, evaluate the integer expressions, and compare the values using <, >, and = signs.

Comparing Integer Expressions | Multiplication and Division

In this section, children perform multiplication or division as required to evaluate the integer expressions, before comparing each pair of values using the appropriate inequality or equality symbol.

Here you'll find abundant practice in arranging integers from the greatest to the least and vice versa. Don't let the negative integers trip you up as you put them in ascending or descending order as indicated.