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Comparing Numbers

Greater Than, Less Than, or Equal To

This is a set of 10 comparing numbers activities using dice, spinners, dominos, and magnetic numbers ,or number tiles. Four worksheets comparing numbers are also included.

Activities:

Spin and compare

Children will spin a spinner 2 times and record the numbers in the boxes. They will compare the 2 numbers and write <, >, or = on the circle. I use a 0 – 9 spinner. Any spinner or dice will do.

Comparing Numbers Mats

There are 3 different mats.

is greater than The same mats are included for less than, and equal to.

Copy these mats on card stock and laminate. Use these in a math station/center, or guided math group. Give the children 5 or 6 mats. They will take number tiles or magnetic numbers to complete the sentences.

Roll, Compare, and Draw – Greater Than

Children will roll a dot dice. They will write the number in the first box. They will draw an equal set in the second box, and draw a set that is greater than in the third box. To use more numbers, you could also use a 0 - 9 spinner.

Roll, Compare, and Draw – Equal To

Children will roll a dot dice. They will write the number in the first box. They will draw the dots on the dice in the second box, and draw a set that is equal to in the third box. To use more numbers, you could also use a 0 - 9 spinner.

Roll, Compare, and Draw – Equal To

Children will roll a dot dice. They will write the number in the first box. They will draw an equal set in the second box, and draw a set that is less than in the third box. To use more numbers, you could also use a 0 - 9 spinner.

Roll That Cube – Greater Than

Children will roll a number cube. They will draw a set that is equal to the number rolled in the 1st box and write the number on the line under it. They will draw a set that is greater than the set in the 1st box and write the number on the line under it.

Roll That Cube – Less Than

Children will roll a number cube. They will draw a set that is equal to the number rolled in the 2nd box and write the number on the line under it. They will draw a set that is less than the 1st set drawn in the 1st box and write the number on the line under it.

Roll That Cube – Equal To

Children will roll a number cube. They will draw a set that is equal to the number rolled in the 1st box and write the number on the line under it. They will draw a set that is equal to the 1st set drawn in the 2nd box and write the number on the line under it.

Draw, Count, & Compare Using Dominos

The children will take a domino and place it above the blank domino on the recording sheet. They will draw the dots as on the domino on their blank domino and write how many on each side on the lines. Then they will compare the 2 numbers. They will circle the number that is greater, X the number that is less, and draw lines under both numbers if they are equal.

Draw, Count, & Compare Using Dominos

The children will take a domino and place it beside the blank domino on the recording sheet. They will draw the dots as on the domino on their blank domino, add the dots, and write the sum on the line. They will repeat with a different domino. Then they will compare the 2 sums. Then they will circle the number that is greater, X the number that is less, and draw lines under both numbers if they are equal.

Worksheets:

Comparing Objects

Compare the objects and circle the correct sentence to tell if the number is greater than, less than, or equal to. The children can draw a line to match the objects one-to-one if necessary.

Draw Sets

There are 4 sets on this sheet. The children will draw a set that is greater than 1 given set, less than 2 different given sets, and equal to another given set.

Greater Than, Less Than, or Equal To

Compare the 2 numbers and circle greater than, less than, or equal to.

Count and Draw

Children will count the dots in the ten-frame and write the number on the line below it. They will then create a set that is greater than in the blank ten-frame. They will do the same with different ten-frames creating a set that is less than, and a set that is equal to.

Greater Than, Less Than, or Equal To

This is a set of 10 comparing numbers activities using dice, spinners, dominos, and magnetic numbers ,or number tiles. Four worksheets comparing numbers are also included.

Activities:

Spin and compare

Children will spin a spinner 2 times and record the numbers in the boxes. They will compare the 2 numbers and write <, >, or = on the circle. I use a 0 – 9 spinner. Any spinner or dice will do.

Comparing Numbers Mats

There are 3 different mats.

is greater than The same mats are included for less than, and equal to.

Copy these mats on card stock and laminate. Use these in a math station/center, or guided math group. Give the children 5 or 6 mats. They will take number tiles or magnetic numbers to complete the sentences.

Roll, Compare, and Draw – Greater Than

Children will roll a dot dice. They will write the number in the first box. They will draw an equal set in the second box, and draw a set that is greater than in the third box. To use more numbers, you could also use a 0 - 9 spinner.

Roll, Compare, and Draw – Equal To

Children will roll a dot dice. They will write the number in the first box. They will draw the dots on the dice in the second box, and draw a set that is equal to in the third box. To use more numbers, you could also use a 0 - 9 spinner.

Roll, Compare, and Draw – Equal To

Children will roll a dot dice. They will write the number in the first box. They will draw an equal set in the second box, and draw a set that is less than in the third box. To use more numbers, you could also use a 0 - 9 spinner.

Roll That Cube – Greater Than

Children will roll a number cube. They will draw a set that is equal to the number rolled in the 1st box and write the number on the line under it. They will draw a set that is greater than the set in the 1st box and write the number on the line under it.

Roll That Cube – Less Than

Children will roll a number cube. They will draw a set that is equal to the number rolled in the 2nd box and write the number on the line under it. They will draw a set that is less than the 1st set drawn in the 1st box and write the number on the line under it.

Roll That Cube – Equal To

Children will roll a number cube. They will draw a set that is equal to the number rolled in the 1st box and write the number on the line under it. They will draw a set that is equal to the 1st set drawn in the 2nd box and write the number on the line under it.

Draw, Count, & Compare Using Dominos

The children will take a domino and place it above the blank domino on the recording sheet. They will draw the dots as on the domino on their blank domino and write how many on each side on the lines. Then they will compare the 2 numbers. They will circle the number that is greater, X the number that is less, and draw lines under both numbers if they are equal.

Draw, Count, & Compare Using Dominos

The children will take a domino and place it beside the blank domino on the recording sheet. They will draw the dots as on the domino on their blank domino, add the dots, and write the sum on the line. They will repeat with a different domino. Then they will compare the 2 sums. Then they will circle the number that is greater, X the number that is less, and draw lines under both numbers if they are equal.

Worksheets:

Comparing Objects

Compare the objects and circle the correct sentence to tell if the number is greater than, less than, or equal to. The children can draw a line to match the objects one-to-one if necessary.

Draw Sets

There are 4 sets on this sheet. The children will draw a set that is greater than 1 given set, less than 2 different given sets, and equal to another given set.

Greater Than, Less Than, or Equal To

Compare the 2 numbers and circle greater than, less than, or equal to.

Count and Draw

Children will count the dots in the ten-frame and write the number on the line below it. They will then create a set that is greater than in the blank ten-frame. They will do the same with different ten-frames creating a set that is less than, and a set that is equal to.

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18 pages

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