Lesson Worksheet: Comparing Numbers up to 20 Mathematics

In this worksheet, we will practice comparing numbers up to 20 that are given in two groups by counting the objects of each group.

Q1:

This is an apple tree in a garden.

How many apples are there on the tree?

How many apples are there on the ground?

Complete using “more than,” “less than,” or “equal to”: The number of apples on the ground is the number of apples on the tree.

  • Aequal to
  • Bmore than
  • Cless than

Q2:

Who has more crayons?

  • ASarah
  • BKhalid

Q3:

Are there more motorcycles or cars in the parking area?

  • AMotorcycles
  • BCars

Q4:

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

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

Q6:

Dima is counting beads on a string.

Complete using “more than,” “less than,” or “equal to”: The number of blue beads is the number of red beads.

  • Aequal to
  • Bless than
  • Cmore than

Q7:

Fill in the blank: Box A has fewer balls than Box B.

  • A
  • B
  • C

Q8:

Who has fewer stamps?

  • AGhena
  • BNaser

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