# Lesson Worksheet: Comparing Groups by Counting up to 10 Mathematics • Kindergarten

In this worksheet, we will practice comparing two groups of up to 10 objects by counting how many objects there are in a group.

Q1:

Which groups have the same number of fruits?

• A • B • C Q2:

Count the cupcakes. Which group has the least number of cupcakes?

• A • B Q3:

Count the fruits. Which group is the largest?

• A • B • C Q4:

Count the soccer balls. Which group contains more things than the soccer ball group?

• A • B • C Which group contains the same amount of things as the soccer ball group?

• A • B • C Which group contains less things than the soccer ball group?

• A • B • C Q5:

Count the carrots. Which group has the greatest number of carrots?

• A • B Q6:

Benjamin counts beads on a string. How many does he have?

How many are red?

How many are blue?

• ABlue
• BRed

True or False: The number of red beads is greater than the number of blue beads.

• AFalse
• BTrue

Q7:

Charlotte arranges her counters. Daniel arranges his counters. Who has the most?

• ACharlotte
• BCharlotte and Daniel have the same amount.
• CDaniel

Q8:

Amelia is going to make a bead string. She uses a ten frame to plan how many beads she will need. How many green beads will her string have?

Will Amelia use more, less, or the same number of blue beads?

• Aless
• Bmore
• Csame

Q9:

Count the balls. Which group is the smallest?

• A • B • C Q10:

Count the animals. Which group has the least number?

• A • B • C 