I have created a weeks worth of comparing whole numbers printables. There is a 12 question pretest and posttest. There is also a shorter pretest and posttest with only 5 questions each. The rigor on the 5 question pretest and posttest is very high. It includes more than 4 answer choices per question where the student must select all correct answer choices. The 2nd set of pretests/posttests have 2 copies so that you can print them back to back and cut the page in half. The front will have 3 questions and the other 2 will be on the back. It saves paper in this financial crunch time. All of these utilize word problems and tables. They have both the symbols and words for the equality symbols/phrases. Then there are 4 sorts where the students create true equality statements. The 1st uses equality signs and numbers. The second uses equality phrases and numbers. The 3rd & 4th sort also use equality phrases but there are already predetermined numbers for the phrases to go in between. Then there are 4 classwork sheets. Three have 9 questions while the 4th has 12. The homework mimics the classwork with 3 sheets with 9 questions and 1 with 12.