Lesson Worksheet: Comparing Two Digit Numbers: Place Value Mathematics • 1st Grade

In this worksheet, we will practice comparing numbers up to 100 by comparing the number of tens and ones.

Q1:

Which comparison symbol has been used to make this sentence true?

  • Aless than
  • Bequal to
  • Cgreater than

Q2:

Complete 1698 using <, =, or >.

  • A=
  • B>
  • C<

Q3:

Is 54<, = or >44?

  • A<
  • B=
  • C>

Q4:

Scarlett made three numbers with place value cards.

Pick the correct number sentence.

Remember: To compare 28 and 52, we compare the tens digit.

  • A28=52
  • B28<52
  • C28>52

57 and 52 have the same tens digit.

Compare the ones digits to find the correct number sentence.

  • A57<52
  • B57=52
  • C57>52

Which is the greatest number that she made?

Q5:

Amelia and Michael pick up a card.

Is Amelia’s card greater than, less than, or equal to Michael’s card?

  • Aless than
  • Bequal to
  • Cgreater than

Which symbol correctly compares the numbers on the two cards?

  • A>
  • B=
  • C<

Q6:

Is twenty-seven <, =, or > nineteen?

  • A=
  • B>
  • C<

Q7:

What could the missing number be?

  • Aany number less than 22
  • Bany number greater than 23
  • Cany number greater than 22

Q8:

Is eighty-two<, = or >94?

  • A<
  • B=
  • C>

Q9:

All these number sentences are missing the same number.

Which number is missing?

  • A92
  • B57
  • C63

Q10:

Is 33 <, =, or > 8  units?

  • A=
  • B<
  • C>

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