# 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 free 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.

The pdf worksheets are specially designed for grade 5, grade 6, and grade 7 children.

CCSS: 6.NS, 7.NS

Comparing Integers - Standard | Worksheet #1

Have your names enlisted in the pantheon of comparing experts with this pdf for 6th grade and 7th grade! Compare two integers where one is positive and another negative, both are positive, or both are negative using inequality (<, >) and equality (=) symbols.

Comparing Integers - Standard | Worksheet #2

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 figure out if an integer is less than, greater than, or equal to another.

Comparing Integers - Mixed | Worksheet #1

Ratchet it up from comparing a pair of integers to comparing a set of three! Take two integers at a time, analyze the values and the signs, compare the result with the third one, and circle the largest or the smallest number of the set.

Comparing Integers - Mixed | Worksheet #2

Punch up your comparison skills with this free printable worksheet for grade 6 and grade 7 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.

Comparing Integers - Cut and Glue | Worksheet #1

Here's a hands-on worksheet for kids! With a fun alligator analogy around, comparing practice goes into a league of its own. Keep children informed of the simple fact that the alligator eats the bigger integer.

Comparing Integers - Cut and Glue | Worksheet #2

Gear up 5th grade and 6th grade students to solve this pdf worksheet presenting fun-filled learning. Children snip the alligator snouts from the bottom, compare a pair of unequal integers, and glue them in such a way that they face the larger integer.