Bigger or Smaller Number

We will learn how to identify the bigger number or smaller number. 

First we need to identify which object is bigger and which object is smaller and then we will learn to identify the bigger or smaller numbers.

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Just like animals or objects, numbers are also bigger or smaller.

In case of bigger or smaller number we need to identify which number is bigger and which number is smaller.

Number which comes after a given number is bigger.

Numbers from 1 to 5

3 is bigger than 2.

5 is Bigger than 4

5 is bigger than 4.


Circle the bigger number:

1                                               2

4                                              3

2                                             3


Number which comes before a given number is smaller.

4 is Smaller Than 5

4 is smaller than 5



1 is Smaller Than 2

1 is smaller than 2


Circle the smaller number:

2                              3


5                              4


2                              1


3                              4


16 is Bigger than 13

16 is Bigger than 13.


18 is Bigger than 12

18 is Bigger than 13.



Circle the bigger number.

11                              12


17                              20

15                              13

16                              14

19                              15

12                              18

15 is Smaller than 16

15 is Smaller than 16


11 is Smaller than 14

11 is Smaller than 14



Circle the smaller number.

12                              13

11                              19

16                              18

14                              17

20                              15

17                              18

23 is Bigger than 14

23 is Bigger than 14.


Tick the smaller number.

40                              41

37                              32

48                              42

39                              46

37                              33

50                              31


Cross the Larger Number.

39                              40

49                              42

38                              35

48                              33

50                             47

34                             49




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