**Less than greater than worksheet for class 1**

These are the worksheet related to the activities of less than , greater than or equal than for class 1 kids.

In the early elementary years or class 1, students are usually introduced to the fundamental mathematical idea of greater than and less than. It helps children’s understanding of the relative sizes of numbers and sets the groundwork for after that of addition, subtraction, and other more difficult mathematical concepts. The relationship between the greater than (>) and less than (<) symbols and kindergarten numbers is explained as follows:

Greater Than (>) | Less Than (<) |
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Greater Than (>): This symbol (>) denotes that the number on the left is bigger or greater than the number on the right when it is set between two numbers. Example: 4 > 2 (read as “4 is greater than 2”) 9 > 7 (read as “9 is greater than 7”) | Less Than (<): When two numbers are placed side by side, this sign () denotes that the number on the left is less or smaller than the number on the right. Example: 4 < 6 (read as “4 is less than 6”) 9 < 11 (read as “9 is less than 11”) |

Below are the worksheet for grade 1 where kids will learn the concept of greater than, less than or equal. Children just need to fill out the empty boxes or blank spaces with correct inequality symbol < or >. You can download these worksheets by clicking on the images in pdf format. Take out the print and enjoy learning numbers.