# 18 Free Comparing Numbers to 20 Worksheets

Our comparing numbers to 20 worksheets will help you to see, comprehend, and observe the **number system**. Our free printable comparing numbers to 20 worksheets will help first graders learn the fundamentals of math while also strengthening their basic number system knowledge.

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**Comparing Numbers of Different Objects up to 20**

Four problems are given in each worksheet to compare the numbers after counting the different objects.

Worksheet 1 Worksheet 2**Comparing Numbers on Number Lines to 20**

Thirty problems with three number lines are provided in each worksheet. Use the number lines and compare the numbers.

Worksheet 1 Worksheet 2**Using Symbols to Compare Numbers**

Each worksheet contains problems to Compare numbers and place the symbols (>,<,=) in the blanks.

Worksheet 1 Worksheet 2**Circling the Smallest and the Greatest Number**

Twenty problems are given in each worksheet. Circle the smallest and the greatest numbers after comparison.

Worksheet 1 Worksheet 2**Counting and Comparing Numbers to 20**

Find three counting problems in each worksheet. Count the numbers and then compare.

Worksheet 1 Worksheet 2**Using Ten Frames to Compare Numbers to 20**

Each worksheet contains ten frames of different numbers. Compare the numbers using ten frames.

Worksheet 1 Worksheet 2**Using Dominos to Compare Numbers to 20**

Dominos are used in each worksheet to represent different numbers. Compare the numbers using dominos.

Worksheet 1 Worksheet 2**Balancing the Scales After Comparing Numbers to 20**

Each worksheet contains twenty problems with balancing scales. Compare the numbers up to 20 and then balance the scales.

Worksheet 1 Worksheet 2**Comparing the Numbers After the Mathematical Operation**

These worksheets provide you with forty different problems. Do the mathematical operation and then compare the results.

Worksheet 1 Worksheet 2The worksheets attached to this article will show comparing numbers of different objects, comparing numbers on **number lines**, using symbols to compare numbers, circling the smallest and greatest numbers, counting & comparing, using ten frames, using dominos, balancing the scale, and comparing after mathematical operations. By practicing the comparing numbers to 20 worksheets, your first-grade students will learn the order of numbers.

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