# Math Lesson - Comparing Numbers Word Problems, Grade 1

• ### Activity 1 / Cupcake Day Worksheet

Word problems are much more enjoyable for your youngster to solve than regular, boring maths. In this free downloadable worksheet, your youngster is expected to read a mathematical text carefully and answer the questions under it. The questions are easy to understand, and counting the cupcakes adds an element of color and fun.

• ### Activity 2 / Apple Math Worksheet

Mathematics involves far more than learning to count numbers, adding them up, subtracting, multiplication and division. And, your youngster is probably just starting to see that. Maybe they are getting a little overwhelmed by all the new complexities like comparing numbers and learning their differences. With this downloadable worksheet, however, you can bring back the fun to comparing numbers!

• ### Activity 3 / Seashell Collectors Worksheet

What is more fun than a day at the beach? Definitely, not a day spent doing some math, that’s for sure! Your child might not be too eager to stay indoors and count and compare numbers with you. But, with this printable worksheet, you can bring a bit of beach fun into maths. Carefully read the text with your child and figure out how many seashells Stuart has. Hint: it is more than Meg’s and less than Jane’s.

• ### Activity 4 / Animal Features Worksheet

Your children will get to join this budding zoologist as they record the numbers of zoo animals that have fur, feathers or scales. Then they'll use their number sense and place value comparison skills to check the box that shows what zoo animal has the most friends on this downloadable PDF. The captivating animals will draw them in, and they'll strengthen number sense as they investigate how the number '6' represents a different value depending on its place.

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