Greater Than, Less Than Worksheets

These greater than and less than worksheets help kids learn how to identify inequalities by comparing integers, decimals, fractions and other quantities by giving kids a useful mnemonic: just think of the "greater than" sign as a hungry crocodile that wants to swallow the larger number! This important foundational skill sets up young math learners for acquiring more advanced concepts like plotting inequalities on a number line, graphing equations, and more. Check out our free identifying inequalities worksheets below.
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Comparing Counters Comparing Counters Let's play a game! Using a dice and twenty counters, your child will get to practice making numbers that are greater than, less than, or equal to what's on the dice.
Domino Dash Domino Dash Mix, add, and compare! Use domino dots to play a fun game of comparison.
Comparing Cupcakes: Less Than and Greater Than Comparing Cupcakes: Less Than and Greater Than Your little cupcake will love counting and comparing the cupcakes on this worksheet.
Simplify tricky fractions with this collection of probability worksheets. From identifying and drawing fractions to more complex addition and conversion, these printables are perfect for kids at every math level.
Fraction Action: 10 Math Worksheets Simplify tricky fractions with this collection of probability worksheets.
Comparing Algebraic Equations Comparing Algebraic Equations Test your algebra ace with a few algebraic equations.
More Bayou Animals: Comparing Numbers More Bayou Animals: Comparing Numbers Bayou areas have lots of animal diversity! Take a look at these animals, and practice comparing numbers using terms such as greater than, less than, or equal to.
Comparing Whole Numbers Comparing Whole Numbers This silly alligator is on the hunt for a big meal!
Comparing Numbers Quiz Comparing Numbers Quiz Determine which equation equals the written out expression.
Number Comparison Number Comparison Review your greater than or less than signs with this number comparison worksheet.
Greater Than or Less Than: Inequality Symbols Greater Than or Less Than: Inequality Symbols While these wrestlers battle to find out who's the greatest, your 2nd grader figures out which number is the greatest in this basic math exercise.
Practicing More Than... Practicing More Than... Which sundae has more ice cream in it? In this worksheet your child will gain practice determining number values.
Geometry: Name That Angle! Geometry: Name That Angle! Is it right? Acute?
Math Symbols: Rescue Mission! Math Symbols: Rescue Mission! The math symbols are missing! What good is an equation without math symbols like plus and minus signs?
This money sheet gets you two birds with one stone! Practice counting money and comparing with greater than or less than symbols.
Comparing Money Amounts This money sheet gets you two birds with one stone!
Rounding Decimals Rounding Decimals Practice rounding decimals and comparing their value with a supplemental worksheet.
Multiplication and Comparison Multiplication and Comparison Is your math whiz up for this challenge? Let him combine his skills at multiplication and comparison for a mathematically rewarding experience
These greater than and less than worksheets help kids learn how to identify inequalities by comparing integers, decimals, fractions and other quantities by giving kids a useful mnemonic: just think of the "greater than" sign as a hungry crocodile that wants to swallow the larger number! This important foundational skill sets up young math learners for acquiring more advanced concepts like plotting inequalities on a number line, graphing equations, and more. Check out our free identifying inequalities worksheets below.