Worksheet: Comparing Groups by Matching

In this worksheet, we will practice comparing two groups of up to 10 objects using a matching strategy.

Q1:

Charlotte and Mason are making towers. Who has used the most cubes?

  • ACharlotte
  • BMason

Q2:

Which group has more stars?

  • A
  • B

Q3:

Which group has fewer objects?

  • A
  • B

Q4:

Complete the following using less than or more than: The number of girls is the number of chairs.

  • Amore than
  • Bless than

Q5:

Are there more animals in group A?

  • Ayes
  • Bno

Q6:

Choose the correct sentence.

  • AThere are fewer girls than bikes.
  • BThere are fewer bikes than girls.

Q7:

Which group has the most?

  • AA
  • BB

Q8:

Which group has the least?

  • AB
  • BA

Q9:

Which set is smaller, (a) or (b)?

  • A(a)
  • B(b)

Q10:

Are there more girls or milk bottles?

  • Amilk bottles
  • Bgirls

Q11:

Fill in the blank: The number of oranges is the number of strawberries.

  • Aless than
  • Bequal to
  • Cmore than

Q12:

Fill in the blank: The number of oranges is the number of strawberries.

  • Aless than
  • Bgreater than

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