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Today we will continue comparing numbers.  

 

 

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Children compare numbers and amounts using comparison language, more than, less than, equal to as well as the symbols < , >and =

Children demonstrate their understanding of the value of the digits in a 2-digit number.

They represent this using concrete manipulatives before ordering numbers.

Children should be aware when comparing three or more numbers opposite inequality symbols should not be used.

(e.g. < > ). 

 

Maths Talk

Which number is the biggest/smallest? How do you know?

When ordering, which digit should you consider first?

Is there more than one number that could complete the statement?

What is the largest/smallest number that could complete the statement?

Year 1 - Week 9 - Lesson 4 - Comparing numbers (2)

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