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Comparing Numbers & Objects Worksheets

Comparing Numbers & Objects Worksheets

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This is a maths worksheet designed to help develop the ability to compare different size numbers and objects. In particular it asks pupils to:
- Colour in the rectangle containing the biggest number.
- Look at the pairs of numbers and colour in the biggest one.
- Put a tick underneath the domino with the most dots.
- Put a tick underneath the shape with the most sides.
- Tick the number that’s greater than the number in the circle.
- Colour in the rectangle containing the smallest number.
- Look at the pairs of numbers and colour in the smallest one.
- Put a tick underneath the domino with the least dots.
- Put a tick underneath the shape with the least sides.
- Colour the number that’s less than the number in the circle.

This resource contains 2 pages.

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  1. jess rowe

    great sheet

  2. jess rowe

    Great sheet, thanks

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