Kindergarten Comparing Numbers Worksheets

Looking for free, printable comparison number worksheets? Our Comparing Numbers Worksheets will do the trick. Your students will use their math skills to solve questions such as “What number is larger,” “Which item is longer,” and more! These kindergarten comparing worksheets will have your students building skills in following directions, counting, comparing, writing, and critical thinking. Come download our Graphing Activity Bundle and take your students’ math skills to the next level!

Comparing Numbers Activity Worksheets

This set of FREE comparing worksheets are filled with educational fun! Your students will get to use their fine motor skills to cut out the alligators then paste them onto the correct box. Students will also get to work on less than, greater than, and equal to skills as well as counting, comparing and so much more.

Cut & Paste Alligators

With these Cut & Paste Comparing Numbers Worksheets, we recommend having your students start by cutting out the less than, greater than, and equal to alligators. Next, have them paste them onto the correct box to solve the problem.

Cut & Paste Alligators

With these Cut & Paste Comparing Numbers Worksheets, we recommend having your students start by cutting out the less than, greater than, and equal to alligators. Next, have them paste them onto the correct box to solve the problem.

Cut & Paste Alligators

With these Cut & Paste Comparing Numbers Worksheets, we recommend having your students start by cutting out the less than, greater than, and equal to alligators. Next, have them paste them onto the correct box to solve the problem.

Spin and Compare

Break out the spinner! With this comparing worksheet, your students will get to spin to get 2 numbers to compare on each line. Next, they will solve the problem by writing in the less than, greater than, or equal to symbols. Great for individual and group work.

Add and Compare

Bring on the fun! Using dice, your students will roll 4 times for each row and fill them in. Next, they will solve the problem by adding each set together. Finally, they will compare the totals and write in the less than, greater than, or equal to symbol. Great for individual and group work.

Roll and Compare

Bring on the fun! Using dice, your students will roll 2 times for each line and fill them in. Next, they will solve the problem by writing in the less than, greater than, or equal to symbols. Great for individual and group work.

Count and Compare with Pictures

These kindergarten number worksheets are a great starting point to learn the skill of subitizing. Your students will also work on number recognition, counting, one-to-one correspondence, and comparison. With cute colorable graphics, your students will enjoy having fun while learning.

Count and Compare, Which Has Less?

Students will use their counting skills to determine how many crayons are in each row before writing in the correct sign with this cute comparing numbers worksheet.

Count and Compare, Which Has Less?

Students will use their counting skills to determine how many bugs are in each row before writing in the correct sign with this creepy comparing numbers worksheet.

Count and Compare, Which Has More?

Students will use their counting skills to determine how many caterpillars are in each row before writing in the correct sign with this cute comparing numbers worksheet.

Count and Compare, Which Has More?

Students will use their counting skills to determine how many caterpillars are in each row before writing in the correct sign with this cute comparing numbers worksheet.

Count and Compare, Which Has More?

Students will use their counting skills to determine how many caterpillars are in each row before writing in the correct sign with this yummy comparing numbers worksheet.

Count and Compare, Which Has More?

Students will use their counting skills to determine how many caterpillars are in each row before writing in the correct sign with this bubble popping comparing numbers worksheet.

Count and Compare, Which Has More?

After counting each piece of candy in each heart, students will compare the totals then write in the correct symbol. Next, they will use their subtraction skills to find out how many more pieces of candy the greater one contains.

Count and Compare, Which Has More?

After counting each piece of sprinkles on each doughnut, students will compare the totals then write in the correct symbol. Next, they will use their subtraction skills to find out how many more sprinkles the greater one contains.

Count and Compare More Than & Less Than

Students will count the snap cubes then write in the appropriate symbol with this comparing number worksheet. Try using the worksheet with snap cubes to add a fine motor element to the worksheet.

Count and Compare

Your students will work on counting, grouping, and comparing with this tally mark Count and Compare worksheet. After counting the tallies, students will then write in the correct symbol to if it is less than, greater than, or equal to.

Count and Compare

Students will count the circles in each ten frame then write in the appropriate symbol with this comparing number worksheet. Try using the worksheet with ten frames and stickers to add a fine motor element to the worksheet.

Count and Compare Mixed Groups

Your students will have fun with this cute Count and Compare Mixed Group Worksheet. We recommend having your students write down the name and color in the item that appears the most or least in each box.

Count and Compare

Your students will have fun with this cute Count and Compare Mixed Group Worksheet. We recommend having your students write down the name and color in the item that appears the most or least in each box.

Count and Compare

Your students will have fun with this cute Count and Compare Mixed Group Worksheet. We recommend having your students write down the name and color in the item that appears the most or least in each box.

One & Two Digit Number Comparison Worksheets

This set of free, printable number comparison worksheets comes with 2 different skill sets. Students will start with one-digit number comparisons and work their way up to two-digit comparisons. Your students will work on writing, following directions, number recognition, and comparisons. Try using counters to help your students visualize the numbers.

One Digit Number Comparison

We recommend your students start with these single-digit number comparison Worksheets. They will begin by comparing each set of numbers and finish by writing in the correct symbol to represent less than, greater than, or equal to.

One Digit Number Comparison

We recommend your students start with these single-digit number comparison Worksheets. They will begin by comparing each set of numbers and finish by writing in the correct symbol to represent less than, greater than, or equal to.

One Digit Number Comparison

We recommend your students start with these single-digit number comparison Worksheets. They will begin by comparing each set of numbers and finish by writing in the correct symbol to represent less than, greater than, or equal to.

One Digit Number Comparison

We recommend your students start with these single-digit number comparison Worksheets. They will begin by comparing each set of numbers and finish by writing in the correct symbol to represent less than, greater than, or equal to.

One Digit Number Comparison

We recommend your students start with these single-digit number comparison Worksheets. They will begin by comparing each set of numbers and finish by writing in the correct symbol to represent less than, greater than, or equal to.

One Digit Number Comparison

We recommend your students start with these single-digit number comparison Worksheets. They will begin by comparing each set of numbers and finish by writing in the correct symbol to represent less than, greater than, or equal to.

Two Digit Number Comparison

Help your students take the next step with these double-digit number comparison Worksheets. They will begin by comparing each set of numbers and finish by writing in the correct symbol to represent less than, greater than, or equal to.

Two Digit Number Comparison

Help your students take the next step with these double-digit number comparison Worksheets. They will begin by comparing each set of numbers and finish by writing in the correct symbol to represent less than, greater than, or equal to.

Two Digit Number Comparison

Help your students take the next step with these double-digit number comparison Worksheets. They will begin by comparing each set of numbers and finish by writing in the correct symbol to represent less than, greater than, or equal to.

Two Digit Number Comparison

Help your students take the next step with these double-digit number comparison Worksheets. They will begin by comparing each set of numbers and finish by writing in the correct symbol to represent less than, greater than, or equal to.

Two Digit Number Comparison

Help your students take the next step with these double-digit number comparison Worksheets. They will begin by comparing each set of numbers and finish by writing in the correct symbol to represent less than, greater than, or equal to.

Two Digit Number Comparison

Help your students take the next step with these double-digit number comparison Worksheets. They will begin by comparing each set of numbers and finish by writing in the correct symbol to represent less than, greater than, or equal to.

Comparing Size & Weight Worksheets

Now that your students have had experience counting and comparing numbers, help them learn how to compare by size and weight. Students will have fun coloring in the smallest, largest, or heaviest items. These comparing worksheets can be taken to the next level by having your students use simple paper rulers.

Comparing Size

Your students will start by looking at each line and comparing the size of each item. Once they find the biggest in each row, they will color it in with a blue crayon. This will help them with fine motor, size comparison, paying attention to detail, and following directions.

Comparing Size

Your students will start by looking at each line and comparing the size of each item. Once they find the biggest in each row, they will color it in with a blue crayon. This will help them with fine motor, size comparison, paying attention to detail, and following directions.

Comparing Size

Your students will start by looking at each line and comparing the size of each item. Once they find the biggest in each row, they will color it in with a blue crayon. This will help them with fine motor, size comparison, paying attention to detail, and following directions.

Comparing Size

This is a simple, large, single-page size comparison worksheet. This worksheet will help your students with fine motor, size comparison, and following directions.

Comparing Weight

Your students will start by looking at and comparing the potential weight of each site then circle the heaviest one. This will help your students with fine motor, weight comparison, critical thinking, paying attention to detail, and following directions.

Length & Height Comparison Worksheets

Our Comparing Length & Height Worksheets would make a great tie-in with your graphing curriculum. In order for your students to be able to read graphs, they need to be able to compare and read the data. These comparing worksheets are also great for showing your students an easier way to compare by using graphics in place of digits.

Comparing Length

Your students will start by looking at each set of horizontal lines and compare the length of each bar. They will then circle the longest one. This will help them with fine motor, size comparison, paying attention to detail, and following directions.

Comparing Height

Your students will start by looking at each set of vertical lines and compare the height of each bar. They will then circle the tallest one. This will help them with fine motor, size comparison, paying attention to detail, and following directions.

Comparing Length

Your students will start by looking at each set of horizontal graphics and compare the length of each group of images. They will then circle the longest one. This will help them with fine motor, size comparison, paying attention to detail, and following directions.

Comparing Length

Your students will start by looking at each set of horizontal graphics and compare the length of each group of images. They will then circle the longest one. This will help them with fine motor, size comparison, paying attention to detail, and following directions.

Comparing Length

Your students will start by looking at each set of horizontal graphics and compare the length of each group of images. They will then circle the longest one. This will help them with fine motor, size comparison, paying attention to detail, and following directions.

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