Worksheet: Comparing Numbers up to 10 Using Words

In this worksheet, we will practice comparing numbers up to 10 by considering the counting sequence or modelling with counters and using words to record the result.

Q1:

Compare these numbers. Which is smaller?

Q2:

Is nine less than or greater than three?

  • Agreater
  • Bless

Q3:

What number is greater than 6 and less than 8?

Q4:

James has a number of stamps that is less than 6 and more than 4. How many stamps does James have?

Q5:

William is 2 years old and Michael is 4 years old. Is William younger or older than Michael?

  • Aolder
  • Byounger

Q6:

Liam makes a band with 6 beads. He wants to make another band but with less than 6 beads.

How many beads could he have?

  • A6, 5, 4, 3, 2, or 1
  • B5, 4, 3, 2, or 1
  • C6, 5, 4, 3, or 2

Q7:

Which number is smaller than 8 and greater than 6?

Q8:

William has 7 cookies.

Read the labels on the plates. Which plate should he put them on?

  • A
  • B
  • C

Q9:

Pick the bigger number.

  • A
  • B

Q10:

Look at the numbers.

Pick the missing words.

3 is 4.

  • Agreater than
  • Bless than

Pick the missing words.

4 is 3.

  • Aless than
  • Bgreater than

Q11:

Compare these two numbers. Which is greater?

Q12:

Is 2 less than or greater than 6?

  • Agreater
  • Bless

Q13:

Think about the numbers 7 and 9.

Charlotte showed the number 7 in a ten frame.

How can she show the number 9?

  • A
  • B
  • C

Which number is less?

Q14:

Jackson has used ten frames to show two numbers.

What number has he made with the blue counters?

What number has he made with the pink counters?

Compare the numbers in the ten frames. Which number is greater?

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