# Eduprintables

### comparing numbers

This eduprintable offers some quick practice in comparing numbers up to 20 and introduces your littlest math students to the < (less than) symbol and basic number sentences. Students should draw a line from the number on the left to… Continue Reading →

This eduprintable offers some quick practice in comparing numbers up to 20 and introduces your littlest math students to the > (greater than) symbol and basic number sentences. Students should draw a line from the number on the left to… Continue Reading →

Practice comparing numbers 1 through 50 with this eduprintable. Students should look at each pair of numbers and figure out which number is bigger or smaller, or if the numbers are equal. They should complete each number sentence with <,… Continue Reading →

Your students will sharpen their counting skills by filling in the three numbers that come before and the three numbers that come after each number on the worksheet. This eduprintable has 14 problems to complete on each sheet, giving your… Continue Reading →

Your students will sharpen their counting skills by filling in the three numbers that come before and the three numbers that come after each number on the worksheet. This eduprintable comes with 20 sheets with 12 problems to complete on… Continue Reading →

Practice comparing numbers 1 through 10 with this eduprintable. Students should look at each pair of numbers and figure out which number is bigger or smaller, or if the numbers are equal. They should complete each number sentence with <,… Continue Reading →

Practice comparing numbers 1 through 20 with this eduprintable. Students should look at each pair of numbers and figure out which number is bigger or smaller, or if the numbers are equal. They should complete each number sentence with <,… Continue Reading →

These eduprintables offer some quick practice in comparing numbers up to 10 and introduces your littlest math students to the > (greater than) symbol and basic number sentences. Students should draw a line from the number on the left to… Continue Reading →

These eduprintables offer some quick practice in comparing numbers up to 10 and introduces your littlest math students to the < (less than) symbol and basic number sentences. Students should draw a line from the number on the left to… Continue Reading →