1st Grade Comparison Worksheets

Test your students ability to compare quantities and values of numbers using coins, objects and charts.

  • Coins of Equal Value?

    Several coin values are provided on this printable math worksheet; students must circle the coins that add up to the given value. Then, they add up sets of coins to figure out whether the amounts are equal or not.

  • Comparing Money

    Students find the sum of the money pictured and compare values to determine who has the most money. Then, they draw coins in purses to make quantities less than and greater than the price tag pictured.

  • Comparing More, Less, and Between

    Students practice comparing numbers in this worksheet. They find numbers that are more, less, or in between the given number to complete each sequence.

  • Greater or Less?

    Make sure that children understand that the word "greater" means that one number is larger or higher in value than another. When given a set of numbers, students decide whether the first number is greater than or less than the second number in this math worksheet.

  • More Than or Less Than?

    Introduce the concepts of "greater than" and "less than" to complete this math worksheet. Students are given a set of numbers and must decide whether the first number is more or less than the second number.

  • Number Value Comparisons

    Number comparisons are reviewed in this printable math worksheet. Using playing cards, students determine whether the first number is greater than or less than the second. Then, children write numbers that are one more and one less than the value provided.

  • Odd and Even

    Review odd and even numbers with the exercises in this printable math worksheet. Students must determine which numbers in the set are odd or even, then circle the correct digits. They must also write all the odd or even numbers within a given range, up to 100.

  • Ordering Numbers 1-100

    Ordering numbers is the goal of this printable math worksheet. A small group of numbers covering 1 to 100 are provided; students put them in order according to directions.

  • Ordering Sums

    After determining the amount of money shown in each problem set, students put the totals in order from greatest to least, or smallest to largest. This money worksheet uses U.S. coins.

  • Picture Graphs II

    Pictographs are used in this introduction to bar graphing. Students read the graphs and answer the set of problems in this math worksheet.

  • Picture Graphs III

    Children need to count items in the pictographs for each category, and then add, subtract, and compare data.

  • Reading Tables II

    Give students practice reading tables with this math exercise. This worksheet has students read the tables, then answer the corresponding questions.

  • Reading Tally Charts

    Look at the tally charts to solve the word problems in this math worksheet. Students can count by fives for completed tallies.

  • Sets with the Most and Least

    The concepts of "most" and "least" are covered in this printable math worksheet. Students circle the set of pictures with the most or least number of items.

  • Using a Table

    Practice using a table with this printable math worksheet. The table lists students' names and the number of glasses of water each child drank; students must read the table to solvet the word problems provided.

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