# Kindergarten Grade Common Core: K.CC.6

Common Core Identifier: K.CC.6 / Grade: K
Curriculum: Counting And Cardinality: Compare Numbers.
Detail: Identify whether the number of objects in one group is greater than, less than, or equal to the number of objects in another group, e.g., by using matching and counting strategies.1
20 Common Core State Standards (CCSS) aligned worksheets found:
Circle the box that has the greater/less number in it.
Learn the difference between the words more and fewer. Count the objects in each box. Tell which has more, and which has fewer objects.
Count, trace, and write numbers 11-15. Subtract numbers using illustrations. Identify basic shapes. Compare single-digit numbers.
Color the box that has more hearts. Color more than 5 stars. Color than 4 diamonds. Word Problem: Max has 4 pens. Pat has 1 pen. Who has fewer pens?
There's more counting and comparing in Week #3. Count and compare symbols (hearts, diamonds), pennies, and snap cubes (Unifix cubes). Also determine which single-digit number has the smallest value.
Write the numbers shown. Illustrations show math counters, snap cubes, ten frames, and place value blocks. Then compare by circling the correct phrase: phrases is more than, is less than, and is equal to.
Trace numbers. Show numbers on a ten-frame. Add and subtract with graphical models of manipulatives. Classify shapes. Identify correct preposition words.
Color the bottle that holds more water. Color the carton that holds less milk. Color the pitcher that holds less iced tea.
Add red and blue circular counters on a five-frame. Count and compare marbles, fruit, and weather symbols. Find the total sum of the snap (Unifix) cubes.
Add to calculate the number of counters of a tens chart. Determine which number has the greatest value. Solve word problems with illustrations.
In the 5th week of our daily word problem series, your students will add to find sums within 5, compare groups of objects, and determine the 1-digit number with the largest value.
Determine who has more and who has less. Use illustrations to subtract coins. Identify a rectangle and count the sides. Count to 70 by 10s.
This file contains 5 graphical math word problems for Kindergarten students, one for each day of the school week. These basic problems will allow children to practice counting groups of animals and comparing numbers (more/less).
This week, students practicing counting and writing numbers up to 30. Calculate missing addends in addition equations. Identify longer/shorter and long/longer/longest objects.
Color the cup the has more water. Color the bottle that has less water. Cup A has more water than Cup B. Draw water in Cup B.
Read each story. Then write a number sentence to compare. Use <, >, and =.
Compare using the words most and fewest as well as tallest and shortest. Add using pictures of beads and unifix snap cubes. Subtract using pictures of fish.
In the 2nd week, students will count up to 10 and compare groups of musical notes, fish, bananas, and soccer balls. They'll also compare objects using the words more and most.
Write the numbers shown in the ten frames. Then compare, using the phrases is more than, is less than, and is equal to.
Skills include counting, tracing, and writing numbers to ten. Students also add numbers with sums up to 10 using visual models. There are also questions related to more/less and longer/shorter.
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