Comparing Amount

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Counting for Kids
Counting for Kids
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Counting for Kids
Give your little gardener practice counting with colorful flowers! He will count different items and then fill in the blanks to describe how his garden grows.
Kindergarten
Math
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Caterpillar Colors
Caterpillar Colors
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Caterpillar Colors
This worksheet asks your preschooler to count how many colors each caterpillar has. Whichever one has the most colors wins!
Preschool
Math
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Making Comparisons
Making Comparisons
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Making Comparisons
Practice basic math and observation skills with your young one, using this mini book you can fold up yourself!
Kindergarten
Math
Worksheet
More, Less, or Equal: Practice Comparing Numbers
More, Less, or Equal: Practice Comparing Numbers
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More, Less, or Equal: Practice Comparing Numbers
Looking for a math challenge for your kindergartener? This counting worksheet is a great way to introduce them to basic inequalities and number comparison.
Kindergarten
Math
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Shake Your Rattle! Work Matching Skills
Shake Your Rattle! Work Matching Skills
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Shake Your Rattle! Work Matching Skills
This worksheet will give your child practice with their observation and reasoning skills, by challenging them to match the beetle with the correct spots.
Kindergarten
Science
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More or Less School Supplies
More or Less School Supplies
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More or Less School Supplies
Are there more rulers than books? This printable asks your child to compare quantities between groups of school supplies.
Preschool
Math
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Cut-Out Graph: Trees
Cut-Out Graph: Trees
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Cut-Out Graph: Trees
This worksheet takes the stress out of math by turning it into a fun hands-on experiment.
Kindergarten
Math
Worksheet
Cut-Out Graph: Hats
Cut-Out Graph: Hats
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Cut-Out Graph: Hats
This stylish worksheets takes the stress out of math by bringing making it a hands-on experiment.
Kindergarten
Math
Worksheet
What Big Teeth You Have!
What Big Teeth You Have!
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What Big Teeth You Have!
Searching for a worksheet that practices counting skills? This printable is perfect for beginning counters.
Kindergarten
Math
Worksheet
Cut-Out Graph: Sweet Treats
Cut-Out Graph: Sweet Treats
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Cut-Out Graph: Sweet Treats
Take the stress out of math by by making math a hands-on experiment with this yummy worksheet.
Kindergarten
Math
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Count the Pizzas
Count the Pizzas
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Count the Pizzas
This is one tasty math worksheet! Figure out which group is more than, less than, or equal to the group of pizzas. Take a bite out this yummy challenge!
Kindergarten
Math
Worksheet
Greater Than/Equal To
Greater Than/Equal To
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Greater Than/Equal To
With this colorful worksheet your early math learner will count objects and compare two groups. For advanced practice, he can fill in the blank with symbols.
Kindergarten
Math
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Counting Busy Bears!
Counting Busy Bears!
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Counting Busy Bears!
This preschool worksheet will help your child with her counting skills as she determines which bear has more and which has less!
Preschool
Math
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Dare To Compare
Dare To Compare
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Dare To Compare
Step right up, kindergarten mathematicians! Do you dare to compare these colorful shapes? Just count them and decide how they compare.
Kindergarten
Math
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Lots of Legs: Practicing Counting
Lots of Legs: Practicing Counting
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Lots of Legs: Practicing Counting
To complete this worksheet your preschooler will need to count the legs on each animal, and then decide which critter has the most.
Kindergarten
Math
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Counting for Kids #2
Counting for Kids #2
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Counting for Kids #2
How does your garden grow? Count the vegetables in your vegetable garden. Then fill in the blanks to describe and compare the vegetables in your garden.
Kindergarten
Math
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Cut-Out Graph: Toys
Cut-Out Graph: Toys
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Cut-Out Graph: Toys
This exciting worksheet takes the stress out of math by making it a hands-on experiment.
Kindergarten
Math
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More or Less Electronics
More or Less Electronics
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More or Less Electronics
This colorful counting page is engaging math practice for your preschooler learning to count, and to compare more or less values between groups of electronics!
Preschool
Math
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Count the Candies
Count the Candies
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Count the Candies
There's a math party going on in this brightly colored worksheet! Just count and compare the lollipops, candles and more to join the clever festivities.
Kindergarten
Math
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Cut-Out Graph: Chairs
Cut-Out Graph: Chairs
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Cut-Out Graph: Chairs
This sturdy worksheet take the stress out of math by making it a hands-on experiment.
Kindergarten
Math
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Gumbo: Which has Less?
Gumbo: Which has Less?
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Gumbo: Which has Less?
Help your child learn the ingredients for gumbo and compare amounts with this delectable worksheet.
Kindergarten
Math
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Crawfish Boil Counting Which Has More
Crawfish Boil Counting Which Has More
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Crawfish Boil Counting Which Has More
Some people eat crawfish in Bayou Country! Help your child compare pots of crawfish using terms such as greater than to see which pot has more.
Kindergarten
Math
Worksheet
More or Less? Party Favors
More or Less? Party Favors
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More or Less? Party Favors
What better time to count than at a birthday party? This worksheet is great practice for your kid, whether he knows his numbers or is just learning to count.
Preschool
Math
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Halloween Candy Math
Halloween Candy Math
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Halloween Candy Math
Help Penny and Sam sort out their Hallows-Eve hauls in the Halloween candy math worksheet.
Kindergarten
Math
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How Many Dots?
How Many Dots?
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How Many Dots?
How many dots are there of each color? Find out in this worksheet, and develop comparison skills by figuring out which color has more dots.
Preschool
Math
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Comparing Amount

Understanding whether a value is more or less than another ties perfectly into measurement skills such as comparing distances and volumes. This is a great opportunity to get kids out of the classroom and learning how to use a tape measure, ruler, or other means of measuring items. Giving students the opportunity to evaluate tangible differences in quantities will help them understand abstract notions later on.

More Than and Less Than Resources

After students learn how to count, the next step is to understand number value. The Learning Library offers a mix of tools—from professional lesson plans, interactive games and handy printable worksheets—to teach kids greater than and less than understanding.

There are plenty of worksheets available in the resource center, many of which use engaging visuals and cut-outs for small students to physically count. By comparing, shapes, candy or toys, the visual representations teach kids what equates to “more” or “less.”

Teacher-created lesson plans have step-by-step instructions dedicated to demonstrating this concept—one that many adults may take for granted always knowing. An online jousting game teaches kids important vocabulary words related to more than and less than concepts such as empty, full, light and heavy. A Ski Racer game helps students understand value by comparing snowball piles.

There are quality printable workbooks for a holistic approach to teaching this concept as well. “Picture It” uses the classic alligator image to teach students the more than and less than symbols. The book is full of other visual-heavy worksheets that are simple for children to understand. A wide variety of other tools are available in the Learning Library so preschool and kindergartners can conquer comparison.