# More or Less Worksheets

Printable “More or Less” Worksheets for Kindergarten:
One More Than
One Less Than
More, Less or Same
More or Less

### More or Less Worksheets

Teaching the concepts of “more” and “less” to kindergarten students involves helping them understand quantity and comparison. 1. Show “more” by adding more objects to a set and “less” by taking some away. 2. Introduce comparative language:
“More” means having a larger quantity.
“Less” means having a smaller quantity.
3. Practice counting objects in different sets and comparing them to determine which set has more or less. 4. Provide objects for sorting and ask students to sort them into groups with more, less, or the same quantity.

Kindergarten worksheets to help students practice comparing number of objects: more or less.

Lesson Objective:

• Match and count to compare a number of objects. State which quantity is more.
• Match and count to compare two sets of objects. State which quantity is less.
• Visualize quantities to compare two numerals.

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### More or Less Worksheets

Count the objects in each line. Write how many in the box. Then, fill in the blanks below. (more than)
Count the objects in each line. Write how many in the box. Then, fill in the blanks below. (less than)
Count the objects in each line. Write how many in the box. Then, fill in the blanks below.
Think of the number of objects in Set A and Set B and fill in the sentence.

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