Comparing Numbers Up To 10
Aligned To Common Core Standard:
Kindergarten - K.CC.7
How to Compare Numbers? In mathematics, understanding different types of numbers and comparing them is crucial. There are three are three ways that we can compare different numbers, and these include less, more, and equal. Less than is a way of telling that a number is of a lower value in comparison to another value. It is written as "<." Small number < Big Number - More or greater than is a way of telling that a number is of greater or higher value in comparison to another number. It is written as ">"." Big Number > Small Number - The small end of less-than-or-greater-than sign points towards the smaller number while the bigger endpoints towards the bigger number. Equal to same is a way of telling that two numbers are of the same value, and we use the equals-to sign to represent the information "=." These worksheets and lessons help students learn how compare single integers up to the number ten.
Printable Worksheets And Lessons
- Step-by-step Lesson- We start out slow
and let students gain confidence before we move on to the more difficult
- Guided Lesson - We focus
on understanding 4 digits and then we look at a bigger pool as we
- Guided Lesson Explanation
- I use a count to ten to explain this. I would have used a number
line, but many teachers are not there yet in the progression when
this skill hits.
- Color the Bubbles (More, Less,
Equal) - The bubble activity is fun for kids. Fun for the writers
- Color Me Large or Small-
You can shade or color for this one.
- Going Fishing More or Less
- The fishing derby makes for a great quick lesson on math.
- Time to Draw More or Less - Students have to create drawings of shapes on this one.
- Compare Numbers in Balloons- You need to drink in all the numbers and see where they are in relation to each other.
- Step by Step Lesson - What numbers are bigger than number 6?
- Guided Lesson w/Explanation- We look at the largest and smallest numbers found in a set.
- Draw More or Less Guided Lesson - Redraw a set of images, but less of them.
- Marking Numbers Worksheet- Get your check marks ready to go on this one.
- Draw More or Less Shapes- Create an entire new set of images based on your series.
- Compare Numbers in Tables- Compare all the numbers and look pack to see how each number fits in.