Worksheet: Comparing Groups by Counting up to 20

In this worksheet, we will practice comparing groups of up to 20 objects using a variety of methods, including modelling the objects in a group of ten and remaining ones.

Q1:

Count the dots and compare.

The number of dots on A is the number of dots on B.

  • Aless than (<)
  • Bequal to (=)
  • Cgreater than (>)

Q2:

At a parking lot, there is a red car that is 12 feet long, a yellow car that is 4 feet shorter than the red one, and a blue car that is 2 feet longer than the red one. Which is the shortest car?

  • Athe blue car
  • Bthe red car
  • Cthe yellow car

Q3:

Count and compare the number of stars. The number of stars in group A is the number of the stars in group B.

  • Agreater than
  • Bequal to
  • Cless than

Q4:

Use greater than (>), less than (<), or equal to (=) to complete the sentence:

  • Aless than (<)
  • Bequal to (=)
  • Cgreater than (>)

Q5:

Count and compare the apples. The number of apples in group A is the number of the apples in group B.

  • Agreater than
  • Bequal to
  • Cless than

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