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Comparing Numbers: Fewer, More or Equal Numbers of Objects

In this worksheet, children must count objects and select the group that has fewer, more or an equal number.

'Comparing Numbers: Fewer, More or Equal Numbers of Objects' worksheet

Key stage:  KS 1

Curriculum topic:  Number: Number and Place Value

Curriculum subtopic:  Order/Compare Numbers to 100

Difficulty level:  

Worksheet Overview

QUESTION 1 of 10

Example

Count the faces here.

 

Choose the group that has fewer faces.

 

A           
B     
C        

 

 

Answer

There are 4 faces at the start.

 

Group A has 6 faces.

Group B has 3 faces.

Group C has 4 faces.

 

3 is smaller than 4.

Answer is Group B because it has fewer than 4 faces.

Group A has more than 4 faces because 6 is bigger than 4.

Group C has an equal number of faces.

Count the faces here.

        

 

Choose the group that has fewer faces.

 

A           
B     
C             
A

B

C

Count the carrots here.

              

 

Choose the group that has more carrots.

 

A             
B           
C     

 

A

B

C

Count the teddies here.

 

Choose the group that has equal number of teddies.

 

A
B
C
A

B

C

Count the cakes here.

       

 

Choose the group that has more cakes.

 

A
B
C
A

B

C

Count the hats here.

 

 

Choose the group that has fewer hats.

 

A
B
C
A

B

C

Count the faces here.

            

 

Choose the group that has equal number of faces.

 

A       
B             
C               
A

B

C

Count the carrots here.

            

 

Choose the group that has equal number of carrots.

 

A          
B     
C           
A

B

C

Count the teddies here.

 

Choose the group that has fewer teddies.

 

A
B
C
A

B

C

Count the cakes here.

        

 

Choose the group that has more cakes.

 

A
B
C
A

B

C

Count the balls here.

 

Choose the group that has more balls.

 

A
B
C
A

B

C

  • Question 1

Count the faces here.

        

 

Choose the group that has fewer faces.

 

A           
B     
C             
CORRECT ANSWER
B
EDDIE SAYS
There are 5 faces at the start.

Group A has 5 faces.
Group B has 2 faces.
Group C has 6 faces.
  • Question 2

Count the carrots here.

              

 

Choose the group that has more carrots.

 

A             
B           
C     

 

CORRECT ANSWER
A
EDDIE SAYS
There are 5 carrots at the start.

Group A has 6 carrots.
Group B has 5 carrots.
Group C has 2 carrots.
  • Question 3

Count the teddies here.

 

Choose the group that has equal number of teddies.

 

A
B
C
CORRECT ANSWER
C
EDDIE SAYS
There are 7 teddies at the start.

Group A has 6 teddies.
Group B has 5 teddies.
Group C has 7 teddies.
  • Question 4

Count the cakes here.

       

 

Choose the group that has more cakes.

 

A
B
C
CORRECT ANSWER
A
EDDIE SAYS
There are 4 cakes at the start.

Group A has 5 cakes.
Group B has 1 cake.
Group C has 2 cakes.
  • Question 5

Count the hats here.

 

 

Choose the group that has fewer hats.

 

A
B
C
CORRECT ANSWER
A
EDDIE SAYS
There are 6 hats at the start.

Group A has 4 hats.
Group B has 6 hats.
Group C has 7 hats.
  • Question 6

Count the faces here.

            

 

Choose the group that has equal number of faces.

 

A       
B             
C               
CORRECT ANSWER
B
EDDIE SAYS
There are 7 faces at the start.

Group A has 4 faces.
Group B has 7 faces.
Group C has 8 faces.
  • Question 7

Count the carrots here.

            

 

Choose the group that has equal number of carrots.

 

A          
B     
C           
CORRECT ANSWER
A
EDDIE SAYS
There are 8 carrots at the start.

Group A has 8 carrots.
Group B has 5 carrots.
Group C has 9 carrots.
  • Question 8

Count the teddies here.

 

Choose the group that has fewer teddies.

 

A
B
C
CORRECT ANSWER
A
EDDIE SAYS
There are 5 teddies at the start.

Group A has 3 teddies.
Group B has 5 teddies.
Group C has 6 teddies.
  • Question 9

Count the cakes here.

        

 

Choose the group that has more cakes.

 

A
B
C
CORRECT ANSWER
C
EDDIE SAYS
There are 8 cakes at the start.

Group A has 8 cakes.
Group B has 6 cakes.
Group C has 10 cakes.
  • Question 10

Count the balls here.

 

Choose the group that has more balls.

 

A
B
C
CORRECT ANSWER
B
EDDIE SAYS
There are 9 balls at the start.

Group A has 9 balls.
Group B has 10 balls.
Group C has 8 balls.
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