Worksheet: Comparing Addition Sentences

In this worksheet, we will practice comparing two addition sentences with sums up to 10 by modeling and comparing the parts.

Q1:

We can compare numbers and sums.

Which is greater, 7 or 6?

Which is greater, 2+5 or 4+2?

  • AThey are equal.
  • B4+2
  • C2+5

Q2:

Which of these has a different answer?

  • A
  • B
  • C
  • D
  • E

Q3:

Pick the correct symbol to compare the sums.

  • A>
  • B<
  • C=

Q4:

Which is true?

  • A9+0<0+6
  • B9+0>0+6
  • C9+0=0+6

Q5:

Compare the expressions provided using >, <, or =.

  • A=
  • B<
  • C>

Q6:

Which group is greater in number, A or B?

  • AThey are equal.
  • BA
  • CB

Q7:

Which of the following groups has the greater number of cupcakes?

  • A
  • B

Q8:

Which is greater, 7+1 or 6+3?

  • A6+3
  • B7+1

Q9:

Daniel and Elizabeth have some ducks on their farms. Who has the greater number of ducks?

  • AElizabeth
  • BDaniel

Q10:

Jacob and Mason had these dominos.

Who has more points?

  • AMason
  • BJacob

Q11:

Fill in the blank using =, >, or <: 2+64+3.

  • A<
  • B>
  • C=

Q12:

Which waiter has the most ?

  • AMichael
  • BVictoria

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