# 18 Free Worksheets on Comparing Numbers to 50

These worksheets on comparing numbers to 50 are designed to enhance your grasp and comprehension of the number system. Besides aiding first-grade students in grasping mathematical principles, our free printable worksheets on comparing numbers up to 50 aim to reinforce their foundational understanding of the number system.

## Comparing Numbers of Different Objects up to 50

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

## Comparing Numbers on Number Lines to 50

Three number lines with thirty problems are given in each worksheet. Use the number lines and compare the numbers.

## Using Symbols to Compare Numbers

Here you can see, twenty problems are given in each worksheet to compare numbers and place the symbols (>,<,=) in the blanks.

## Circling the Smallest and the Greatest Number

We have given twenty interactive problems to compare. Circle the smallest and the greatest numbers after comparison.

## Counting and Comparing Numbers to 50

Here, three problems are given in each worksheet to count and compare. Count the numbers and then compare.

## Using Ten Frames to Compare Numbers to 50

In this worksheet, ten frames are used to count numbers easily. Compare the numbers using ten frames in the worksheets.

## Using Dominos to Compare Numbers to 50

Here, dominos are used to count numbers up to 50. Compare the numbers using dominos.

## Balancing the Scales After Comparing Numbers to 50

Each worksheet is provided with twenty problems with weighting scales. Compare the numbers and then balance the scales.

## Comparing the Numbers After the Mathematical Operation

Do the mathematical operation in each problem and then compare the results operation using different symbols.

This articleâ€™s worksheets provide a variety of activities that you can do: you can compare numbers with different objects, use number lines to make comparisons, use symbols to compare numbers, circle the smallest and largest numbers, count and compare, use ten frames, add dominos, balance scales, and compare numbers after performing mathematical operations. Students from first grade will acquire a strong understanding of numbers and become proficient in their practical application by practicing these worksheets regularly.