K.CC.C.7 Worksheets, Workbooks, Lesson Plans, and Games

CCSS.MATH.CONTENT.K.CC.C.7

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"Compare two numbers between 1 and 10 presented as written numerals."

These worksheets, games, and lesson plans can help students practice this Common Core State Standards skill.

Worksheets

Mid-Year Math Assessment: Comparing Numbers
Worksheet
Mid-Year Math Assessment: Comparing Numbers
Use this quick assessment to determine how well your kindergarten students understanding the concept of comparing numbers.
Kindergarten
Math
Worksheet
Banana Balance
Worksheet
Banana Balance
Monkeys have to keep their balance while they swing from tree to tree! Kids will help monkeys balance by figuring out how many bananas they need in each hand.
Kindergarten
Math
Worksheet

Lesson Plans

Comparing Numbers: Marshmallow Math
Lesson plan
Comparing Numbers: Marshmallow Math
Comparing numbers is sweet with this yummy lesson. Students use cereal as a hands on manipulative to compare numbers 0-10. A sweet treat remains for a job well done!
Kindergarten
Math
Lesson plan
Counting to 20: Get 'Em in Order!
Lesson plan
Counting to 20: Get 'Em in Order!
Your students will have fun working with numbers to 20 with this exciting and interactive lesson with music, movement, and hands-on experiences!
Kindergarten
Math
Lesson plan

Workbooks

No workbooks found for this common core node.

Games

I'm Thinking of a Number
Game
I'm Thinking of a Number
Floyd is thinking of a number, and kids use a number line to find out what it is.
Kindergarten
Math
Game
Solve the Number Riddle
Game
Solve the Number Riddle
Kids use the number line to figure out which number is being described.
Kindergarten
Math
Game

Exercises

No exercises found for this common core node.

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