Worksheet: Comparing Number Sentences: Numbers up to 10

In this worksheet, we will practice comparing addition and subtraction sentences with numbers up to 10.

Q1:

James and Jennifer both lost some of their blocks.

Who has the most left?

  • A
  • B

Q2:

Who has the most blocks?

  • A
  • B

Q3:

A taxi can take 7 people to a party.

There are 3 girls and 3 boys who want to go.

How many children want to go to the party?

Pick the correct symbol to compare the number of children going to the party to the number of children who can go in the taxi.

  • A>
  • B<
  • C=

Can all the children fit in the taxi?

  • AYes
  • BNo

Q4:

Daniel made 6 clay pots to give to his friends, but 2 of them broke.

How many pots are left?

Will he have enough pots to give 1 each to his 5 friends?

  • AYes
  • BNo

Q5:

Read how many blocks Jennifer and Benjamin lost.

How many does Jennifer have left?

Pick the correct symbol to compare how many Jennifer has with how many Benjamin has.

  • A>
  • B=
  • C<

Q6:

We write the equal sign between two expressions that are equal to the same number. We can say that dominoes are equal if they have the same number of dots.

Only one of these is correct. Select the answer that uses the equal sign correctly.

  • A
  • B
  • C

Q7:

Anthony and Chloe baked 9 cookies to take to a party. Their sister ate two of them.

They need to take 6 cookies to the party. How many cookies are left?

They need to take 6 cookies to the party. Pick the correct symbol to compare the number they have left to the number they need.

  • A<
  • B=
  • C>

Are there enough cookies left?

  • AYes
  • BNo

Q8:

Fill in the gap: 913. Use <, > or =.

  • A=
  • B>
  • C<

Q9:

Fill in the gap: 9383. Use <, > or =.

  • A>
  • B<
  • C=

Q10:

Fill in the gap: 508+1. Use <, > or =.

  • A<
  • B>
  • C=

Q11:

Use <, > or = to fill in the gap: 64 nine.

  • A=
  • B>
  • C<

Q12:

Is 4+1<, = or >82?

  • A>
  • B<
  • C=

Q13:

Select the correct inequality.

  • A7+2>6
  • B3+1>6
  • C4+1>6
  • D4+2>6

Q14:

Is 1+4<, = or >five?

  • A=
  • B>
  • C<

Q15:

Compare these numbers.

Complete the statement: 5is5.

  • Aequal to (=)
  • Bgreater than (>)
  • Cless than (<)

Q16:

Select the correct inequality.

  • A6+2<8
  • B7+2<8
  • C5+2<8
  • D6+3<8

Q17:

Complete the following using <, =, or >: eight2+5.

  • A>
  • B=
  • C<

Q18:

Fill in the gap: 3+>6.

  • A1
  • B2
  • C4
  • D3

Q19:

Fill in the gap: 32+3. Use <, >, or =.

  • A<
  • B=
  • C>

Q20:

Emma and James are sorting a box of balls.

Emma says “I have 6 blue balls.”

James says “I have 3 green balls and 2 red balls.”

Who has the most?

  • AEmma
  • BJames

Q21:

Complete the following using =, >, or<: 5+26.

  • A>
  • B=
  • C<

Q22:

Complete using =, >, or <: 7+282.

  • A=
  • B>
  • C<

Q23:

A teacher wrote the expressions 6+2 and 92 on the board and asked William and James to state which expression is greater than the other.

Who is correct?

  • AWilliam
  • BJames

Q24:

Complete the following with one of the choices below: 5+3 is less than .

  • A7
  • B9
  • C8

Q25:

Complete the following with one of the given choices: is less than 6.

  • A72
  • B81
  • C93

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