Worksheet: Comparing Groups by Counting up to 10
In this worksheet, we will practice comparing two groups of up to 10 objects by counting how many objects there are in a group.
Count the soccer balls.
Which group contains more things than the soccer ball group?
Which group contains the same amount of things as the soccer ball group?
Which group contains less things than the soccer ball group?
Liam counts beads on a string.
How many does he have?
How many are red?
How many are blue?
Which color has more beads?
True or False: The number of red beads is greater than the number of blue beads.
Charlotte arranges her counters.
Daniel arranges his counters.
Who has the most?
- BCharlotte and Daniel have the same amount.
Emma 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 Emma use more, less, or the same number of blue beads?
Count the balls. Which group is the smallest?
Count the animals. Which group has the least number?
Which has more lobsters, Set A or Sets B and C?
Which has less toys, box A or boxes B and C?
Madison is giving out cubes to her friends. Each friend must have less than Madison.
Has she done it correctly?
How many cubes should Madison take away from each of her friends?
Is the number of apples, less than, equal to or greater than the number of carrots?
- Aless than
- Bequal to
- Cgreater than
Which group has more circles?
Daniel made a picture graph to show how many animals he saw in his garden yesterday.
Which animal did he see the least?
Fill in the blank: The number of butterflies is the number of snails.
- Amore than
- Bless than
- Cthe same as