These worksheets teach your beginning students how to use number lines to compare two numbers.

#### How do you compare two numbers? All the time we have to contrast enormous numbers with see which is the best or the least. On the off chance that somebody lets you pick from two unique measures of cash, you would most likely need the best sum. The more noteworthy the quantity of digits, the more prominent is the number. If two numbers have a similar number of digits, the number with the greater digit on the left-hand side is more noteworthy. If the furthest left digits are similar, we contrast the following digit with the privilege and continue doing this until the digits are unique. These guidelines don't really apply when decimals or negative numbers are included.

A good way to teach value comparison is first with a numbers line. Moving left on the number line increase the more negative a value is. Moving to the right on the number line increases the positive value of the integer. When we put these values on a numbers line, the value found further to the right is the greatest value. The value found to the left of the number line is the least value. Remember that if the values are not equal, just point the arrow to the lesser value. These worksheets explain how to compare two numbers or two sets and determine which is greater. Students will also count simple graphics.

### Get Free Worksheets In Your Inbox! # Comparing Two Numbers Worksheets

## Greater Than Less Than Lesson

This worksheet explains how to use number lines to determine which of two numbers is greater. A sample problem is solved.

## Lesson and Practice

>Students will use number lines to determine which of two numbers is greater. A sample problem is solved and two practice problems are provided.

## Worksheet

Look at the line above and match the first number in the problem to the line. If it appears before the second number on the line, then it is lesser than the second; it has a lower value. If it is higher on the line than the second, then it is greater than the second; it has a higher value.

## Practice

Circle the words stating the correct answer. Ten problems are provided.

## Compare Drill

Students will practice comparing two values to see which is greater. Eight problems are provided.

## Skill Warm Up

Students will use compare two integers to determine the lesser and greater value. Three problems are provided.

## Lesson and Practice

Look at the line above and match the first number in the problem to the line. If it appears before the second number on the line, then it is lesser than; it has a lower value, the second.

## Worksheet

If it is higher on the line than the second, then it is greater than; it has a higher value, than the second.

## Practice

Students will use number lines as a reference to determine which number is greater. Ten problems are provided.

## Review and Practice

This worksheet reviews how to compare two values. A sample problem is solved and six practice problems are provided.

## Quiz

Students demonstrate their proficiency with this skill. Ten problems are provided.

## Topic Check

Students will learn where one number stands in light of another. Three problems are provided, and space is included for students to copy the correct answer when given.

## Less or Greater Lesson

This worksheet explains how to compare two sets of picture to see which group is greater. A sample problem is solved.

## Lesson and Practice

Students will review and practice comparing two sets of pictures to see which set is greater. A sample problem is solved and two practice problems are provided.

## Worksheet

There are two groups given. Count the number of objects and put < or > sign in the box to show which group has more objects.

## Practice

As we see the first group, it has 10 deer and the second has six monkeys. Therefore the first group has more animals, so, we will use the symbol >. '>' sign is used when number of objects i.e. the object on the left is greater in number than the object on right. Similarly, '<' is used when the number of objects on right is greater than the objects on left.

## Drill

Students will practice determining which set of pictures is greater and use a series of symbols to communicate that. Eight problems are provided.

## Warm Up

A great way to review or introduce this skill to your entire class at one time.

## How Many More Lesson

This worksheet explains how to compare two sets of pictures and determine how many more objects the greater set has. A sample problem is solved.

## Lesson and Practice

How many more pears does John than Mark? There are 4 pears in each group but 2 pears do not match. Therefore, John has 2 more pears than Mark.

## Worksheet

Students will compare and count using pictures as visual aids. Ten problems are provided.

## Practice

Given pictures as visual aids, students will compare and count to see how many more the larger set has. Ten problems are provided.

## Drill

Draw a box around the tree that has more fruits on it. Write how many more.

## Warm Up

Underline the group on the right hand side, which has more objects than the group given on the left hand side. Write the difference of objects between the two groups

## More or Less Lesson

This worksheet explains how to determine if a number is more or less than a given number. A sample problem is solved.

## Lesson and Practice

As we go through the table we will find that in the first row 12 is greater than 10. In the second row 13 is greater than 10. Draw a box around the numbers which are greater than 10 i.e. 12 and 13.

## Worksheet

Underline the numbers that are more than 30 and a black box around the number less than 30.

## Practice

Students will compare numbers determine if they are more or less than the given number(s) . Ten problems are provided.

## Drill

Students will practice comparing a series of values and their job is to determine if they are more or less than each other. Eight problems are provided.

## Skill Show Off

Students will draw a box around each number that fits the parameters. Twenty-five problems are provided.

## Warm Up

Underline the numbers that are more than 60 but less than 70.

## Lesson and Practice

Students will review and practice how to determine the relationship between two given numbers. A sample problem is solved and two practice problems are provided.

## Greater Than Less Than Equal To Worksheet

When a number has a lesser value than another it is considered to be a smaller number. If it has a higher value than it is larger. We compare numbers by marking them with <, >, or =. A number at the open part of the sign < is the larger so: 5 is smaller than 10 or 5 < 10. Two numbers that are equal in value would be 5 is equal to 5 or 5 = 5.

## Practice

Students will determine the relationship between two given numbers. Ten problems are provided.

## Review and Practice

Mark in whether the first number is larger >, smaller < or equal = to the first number.

## Quiz

Students demonstrate their proficiency determining the relationship between two given numbers. Ten problems are provided.

## Skills Check

See how well you can make out this skill in theory.

## Similar Numbers Lesson

We compare numbers by marking them with <, >, or =. A number at the open part of the sign < is the larger.

## Lesson and Practice

Students will compare two values by using the following symbols (<, >). A sample problem is solved and two practice problems are provided.

## Worksheet

More of the same here for students to work with. Ten problems are provided.

## Practice

Place a symbol (<, >) to state the relationship between these two values. Ten problems are provided.

## Similar Numbers Drill

State how similar these values actually are.

## Warm Up

Students demonstrate skills using all that you have learned so far. Three problems are provided.

## Which is More Lesson

This worksheet explains how to compare two sets of pictures to determine which set has more. A sample problem is solved.

## Lesson and Practice

In the question above count the number of candies in each group and write that number in the space below it. Now Group1 has 4 candies and Group2 has 3 candies. As 4 is GREATER THAN 3 we make ">" symbol between them to show the same.

## Worksheet

In the question above count the number of dolls in each group and write that number in the space below it. Now Group1 has 4 dolls and Group2 has 5 candies.

## Which is More Practice

Read each question carefully and check if the relationship shown is correct or not. Put a check if it is correct and a cross out if it is wrong.

## Drill

Put the sign. Observe both the groups for each question clearly. Put any of the three signs viz. <, =, > to show the relationship between the groups.

## Skill Show Off

Students will compare two sets of pictures to determine which set has more. Twenty-five problems are provided.

## Review Sheet

Working on these problems will definitely give you an edge.

## Warm Up

Students will works some more on this skill. Three problems are provided.