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
Domino Dash
Comparing Cupcakes: Less Than and Greater Than
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.
The fraction practice offered in this set of worksheets will help build a strong foundation in math skills. Kids will color in fractions, add them, and subtract them, as well as decide which fractions are greatest, least or equivalent. Understanding fractions is an essential math skill for third graders to master, and when it comes to math, practice makes perfect.
Comparing Algebraic Equations
More Bayou Animals: Comparing Numbers
Comparing Whole Numbers
Comparing Numbers Quiz
Number Comparison
Greater Than or Less Than: Inequality Symbols
Practicing More Than...
Geometry: Name That Angle!
Math Symbols: Rescue Mission!
This money sheet gets you two birds with one stone! Practice counting money and comparing with greater than or less than symbols.
Rounding Decimals
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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