Greater Than, Less Than
Which butterfly has more spots? Kids practice comparing numbers as they complete each butterfly equation with the correct symbol.
On this worksheet, kids compare the numbers written on each scoop of ice cream and color in the scoop with the biggest number.
7 is equal to 8, true or false? Practice comparing numbers with this dog-themed math sheet.
This silly alligator is on the hunt for a big meal! Introduce your child to "greater than" and "less than" using this greedy gator and his giant appetite.
Kids count the cupcakes in two groups, then use the less-than symbol or greater-than symbol to compare the amounts on this first grade math worksheet.
Using less-than and greater-than symbols, kids show which bowls have fewer smiling fish and which bowls have more on this first grade math worksheet.
On this first grade math worksheet, kids count flowers in two flowerpots, then use the less-than symbol or greater-than symbol to compare the numbers.
The signs for greater than or less than can be tricky to learn. Make it easy by comparing the signs to a duck's mouth
This worksheet helps your child practice counting, comparing numbers, and using less-than and greater-than symbols.
I spy a hungry shark in this worksheet! He's here to help you practice using "greater than" (>) and "less than" (<) symbols!
Don't get crabby about counting! This cute crab is here to help you learn your "greater than" (>) and "less than" (<) symbols for comparing numbers.
Did you know that alligators like to eat bigger numbers? Help your mini math star master his "greater than" (>) and "less than" (<) signs.