This week we would have been exploring place value in our Maths lessons.
In Year 2 we learn to:
Today can you explore ordering numbers?
Now you know what numbers are worth and can compare numbers, let’s have a look at ordering a range of numbers.
9 2 3 3 6
……… ll … lll ……
I know that 9 is the smallest number because it has no tens. 23 is made up of 2 tens and 3 ones. 36 is made up of 3 tens and 6 ones. I know that 36 is greater than 23 because 3 tens is worth more than 2 tens.
Have a look around the house. What numbers can you spot? Here’s a clue… there might be numbers on the washing machine. Find all the numbers you can around the house. Can you put them in order from smallest to biggest?
Challenge: Can you write your own numbers and order them? Challenge yourself… try numbers greater than 100!
Check out this ordering game: