On each on of the 9 sheets, the student has the opportunity to compare 6 sets of dots and determine which is more & which is less. The student is then expected to mark either < or >... “Remember, the crocodile likes to eat the one that is more!”
An adaptation to these worksheets I sometime use in my class is simply to ask the students to “circle the one that is more” and then I make the < or > symbol for them with a highlighter (which they trace over). Simpler worksheets (with less sets to compare) that focus on the same skills (are called “Comparing Sets- Circle “More”) can also be found in my store.
The defined space for each number/symbol/set and the absence of distracting graphics are all purposeful adaptations for learners with special needs.