Greatest And Smallest Number Worksheets

Grab these comparing greatest and smallest number worksheets for your kindergarten and 1st grade students today!

Help your kids grow their number sense with these comparing numbers worksheets!

Children will practice comparing and identifying the greatest and smallest number in each group. They will enjoy the summer theme with an option to color, circle, and write the numbers!

These biggest and smallest number worksheets are made with kindergarten and first grade children in mind. They will be great for some summer math practice at home!

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Greatest and smallest number worksheets

If you want a quick math activity for your child to do at home, then grab and print this new set of worksheets!

Having a strong number sense is a key math skill for children to develop. Some kids might struggle with numbers right from the start, which only undermines their future progress in math. We can help them by offering plenty of practice and repetition.

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Find the greatest and smallest number

Biggest and smallest number worksheets for kindergarten

In this printable set of the biggest and smallest number worksheets for kindergarten, you will find 7 worksheets in total.

They gradually get more advanced from comparing numbers to 10, 20, and 50 all the way to 0-100.

With my kindergarten kids, I will use the 0-10 and 0-20 number worksheets this summer. I might try the bigger numbers based on how they do with those.

Once your children are confident working with their numbers up to 20, add the other worksheets to your math curriculum this summer or throughout the year.

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Biggest and smallest number worksheet for numbers 0-10

Circle the biggest and smallest number worksheet

You can use these number worksheets in multiple different ways.

Children can circle the biggest and smallest numbers, but they can also color them, or cross them out.

They will also get to write their numbers, which is great fine motor skills practice.

And if you want to take it a step further, you can ask your students to order the numbers from the smallest to the biggest and vice versa!

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Identify the biggest and smallest number

All you need to do is download this free printable set and let your children learn to identify the biggest and smallest number.

It is an easy and quick activity to download and set up.

What you’ll need for this activity:

  • the printable Greatest and smallest number worksheets (download at the very end)
  • printer
  • paper
  • pencil for writing
  • crayons for coloring (optional)

Number worksheets

For more number worksheets to do with your kindergarten and first grade kiddos, just check out some of these:

Number line to 20 worksheets – find and write the missing numbers on a number line

Ascending number order – arrange the numbers in the ascending order worksheets

Ascending and descending order worksheets – a great practice of number order for kindergarten and first grade

Number order and missing numbers 1-20 – write the missing numbers in each row

Counting snowflakes with double ten frames – count, write and color the ten frames with this cute winter printable

100 Number Line – work with the number line all the way to 100

Number charts 1-20, 1-50 & 10-100 – count to 100 and find the missing numbers

120 chart with missing numbers – or you can practice numbers all the way to 120

Before, after, in between numbers 1-100 – identify the missing numbers and write them

Greatest and smallest number worksheets pdf

You may use these number worksheets with your students in the classroom, at home with your children for extra math practice, or in your homeschool lesson plan.

I hope your children will find these number worksheets challenging and stimulating as well as fun to do!

Download the PDF under the pink Planes&Balloons banner.

Enjoy!

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